True leadership isn't something granted with a fancy title. The privilege to call yourself a leader involves adhering to a model of intelligence, honesty, creativeness, confidence, drive, and courageousness. Take command with our 6 leadership aspects and commit now to a promise of true and generous leadership.
The great teacher Neville Goddard offered the following process in 1954 in a lecture entitled "The Pruning Shears of Revision." Every day, before you go to sleep, think through the events of the day. If any events or moments did not go the way you wanted, replay them in your mind in a way that thrills you. As you recreate those events in your mind exactly as you want, you are cleaning up your frequency from the day and you are emitting a new signal and frequency for tomorrow. You have intentionally created new pictures for your future. It is never too late to change the pictures.
I want to let you in on a secret to The Secret. The shortcut to anything you want in your life is to BE and FEEL happy now. It is the fastest way to bring money and anything else you want into your life. Focus on radiating out into the Universe those feelings of joy and happiness. When you do that, you will attract back to you all things that bring you joy and happiness, which will not only include an abundance of money, but everything else you are wanting.
HOW TO ADVISE SOMEONE TO INVEST IN THEMSELVES...
TAKE THE COINS OUT OF YOUR POCKETS AND PUT THEM INTO YOUR MIND AND YOUR MIND WILL FILL YOUR POCKETS WITH GOLD!
Rational Versus Organic Approach to Problem Solving
A person with this preference often prefers using a comprehensive and logical approach similar to the guidelines in the above section. For example, the rational approach, described below, is often used when addressing large, complex matters in strategic planning.
Define the problem.
Examine all potential causes for the problem.
Identify all alternatives to resolve the problem.
Carefully select an alternative.
Develop an orderly implementation plan to implement that best alternative.
Carefully monitor implementation of the plan.
Verify if the problem has been resolved or not.
A major advantage of this approach is that it gives a strong sense of order in an otherwise chaotic situation and provides a common frame of reference from which people can communicate in the situation. A major disadvantage of this approach is that it can take a long time to finish. Some people might argue, too, that the world is much too chaotic for the rational approach to be useful.
Some people assert that the dynamics of organizations and people are not nearly so mechanistic as to be improved by solving one problem after another. Often, the quality of an organization or life comes from how one handles being “on the road” itself, rather than the “arriving at the destination.” The quality comes from the ongoing process of trying, rather than from having fixed a lot of problems. For many people it is an approach to organizational consulting. The following quote is often used when explaining the organic (or holistic) approach to problem solving.
“All the greatest and most important problems in life are fundamentally insoluble … They can never be solved, but only outgrown. This “outgrowing” proves on further investigation to require a new level of consciousness. Some higher or wider interest appeared on the horizon and through this broadening of outlook, the insoluble lost its urgency. It was not solved logically in its own terms, but faded when confronted with a new and stronger life urge.”
From Jung, Carl, Psychological Types (Pantheon Books
November 5, 2012 – Right Now
"'Now' is the operative word. Everything you put in your way is just a method of putting off the hour when you could actually be doing your dream. You don't need endless time and perfect conditions. Do it now. Do it today. Do it for twenty minutes and watch your heart start beating."~Barbara Sher~
"The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil, but because of those who look on and do nothing."~Albert Einstein~
"Some of us need to discover that we will not begin to live more fully until we have the courage to do and see and taste and experience much less than usual ... And for a man who has let himself be drawn completely out of himself by his activity, nothing is more difficult than to sit still and rest, doing nothing at all. The very act of resting is the hardest and most courageous act he can perform." ~Thomas Merton~
APPOINTMENTS Today: 17+
Minimum Phone Calls Per ISC/hr: 15+
Minimum Emails Per ISC/hr: 15+
APPOINTMENTS PER ISC: 4
Hint of the Day: What are you doing right now to be more effective than you were yesterday? Don’t Settle.
Every night before you fall asleep, give heartfelt thanks for the wonderful day you just had (no matter what kind of day you had). Think about the next day, and intend that it is going to be wonderful. Intend that it is going to be the best day of your life. Intend that it is going to be filled with love and joy. Intend that all good is coming to you and everything is going to flow perfectly, etc. Then when you wake in the morning, BEFORE you get out of bed, again declare your intentions for the day and give deep thanks as though you have received them all. As you do this, you will begin to create your life deliberately, and you will experience firsthand the power that is within you to create the life you want.
"Fear" is afraid of everything because Fear can only see itself in everything. Fear fails to account for many of the things that are really taking place in the form of circumstances. These "road blocks" will always present themselves, but they do not have to represent an end in the road. When you climb one hill or mountain, I promise there will always be a bigger hill or mountain waiting! How you attack each climb will ultimately define you. Equally, how you runaway will also define you.
The illiterate of the future will not be the person who cannot read. It will be the person who does not know how to learn.
The love of learning, the sequestered nooks, and all the sweet serenity of books.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
The more that learn to read, the less learn how to make a living. That's one thing about a little education. It spoils you for actual work. The more you know, the more you think somebody owes you a living.
The object of education is to prepare the young to educate themselves throughout their lives.
Robert M. Hutchins
The only person who is educated is the one who has learned how to learn and change.
You can change the numbers to fit your departments' expectations, however, here's an example of an email sent to coordinators by their great director in the morning
APPOINTMENTS Today: 16+
Minimum Phone Calls Per ISC/hr: 15+
Minimum Emails Per ISC/hr: 15+
APPOINTMENTS PER ISC: 5.5
Hint of the Day: Be disciplined today. Do not settle for less. Hustle hard.
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