Success principles

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From http://www.corporatecoachgroup.co.uk 2831 days ago
Made Hot by: BIZantium on October 5, 2012 4:56 am
The purpose of the leader is to get the best results from themselves and others.

In order to do that, then the leader must

1. Be sure to do certain things
2. And be equally sure to NOT do certain other things

Question
• What are the principles you must be sure to do?
• And what must you be sure NOT to do?

Answer:
Here are three success principles and three failure principles

Three success principles:

1. Personal initiative
2. Persistence
3. Preparation

Here are three failure principles:

1. A “Something for nothing” attitude
2. Overdose of Anger
3. Unfounded pessimism

Let us examine each in turn……………..






Comments


Written by tiroberts
2828 days ago

This is a fantastic post! I love how simply laid out and easy to read your posts always are :)

I completely agree with preparation. Once I began to really get serious about my business and I realized that preparation is vital. I started preparing myself for success by mapping out all the milestones I needed to conquer my goals and it's proven to be very effective. It's also a motivation point for me because as I look back I can really see how I've made progress.

Thanks for sharing this!

Ti



Written by marciabiz
2829 days ago

Persistence is so true! When leading people it is even more important. Your team will not understand everything the first go around (adults learn via repetition). They will forget things, especially if they do not have a chance to put them to immediate use. If you expect to communicate something once and that's it, you're doomed to frustrating failure. It doesn't work that way.

Marcia



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