We're about a week into the New Year Resolution season. How have those resolutions being going?
There is confusing information about the percentage of communication that is body language. But it seems that quite a bit of it is body language. Whatever the percentage, it's important to know what your body is telling others. Here are some tips for improving your body language.
There's probably always going to be prejudice in the world. Something interesting, though, that has happened for a long time throughout business history is that those that don't care what others think will find opportunity in prejudice.
How often do you tell someone "thank you"? I don't really think we can say it enough.
Experimentation is good. Some of the most successful individuals and organizations have always made sure to experiment. That's how you find the next new thing. Here are some tips for building experimentation into the inner workings of your business.
How optimistic are you about the future? It's difficult to be optimistic these days especially if you watch the news or talk to family and friends that watch the news. But there are benefits to being optimistic especially in business.
One of the things I've been working on is being hypocritical. I know that I'm guilty of it. But the more I move into a life in business the more I realize that entrepreneurs can't be hypocrites.
Do you attend networking events? I'm pretty guilty of not going to as many as I should. The thing I know to be true, though, is that I have had positive experiences as most events. I've tried to research a few ways to get yourself to you networking events. Here are a few tips.
What's the point of asking better questions? I can think of a few things. Let's get into this topic a bit and how the ability to ask better questions can lead to better outcomes in life and in business.
Do you set a good example for those around you? Employees. Family and friends? The example you set by your actions and words characterizes how others view your leadership skills.