It’s natural to want to please others when it comes to the various relationships in our lives. Whether it’s doing a favor for a colleague or going above and beyond for a significant other, pleasing people can satisfy a natural need to want to help out. However, you can run into problems if you’re trying […]Lire la suite de "Are you « too nice »? Constant People Pleasing Can Be Unhealthy"
Vous êtes-vous déjà demandé quel était le secret de ceux qui réussissent tout ce qu’ils entreprennent ? PDG d’une multinationale, homme ou femme politique, journaliste reconnu, auteur à succès… Ceux qui aiment dépasser leurs objectifs savent se créer une routine efficace en suivant quelques habitudes gagnantes. Ces principes quotidiens participent à leur succès tout en leur […]Lire la suite de "Les habitudes gagnantes des gens qui réussissent."
“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” ~ Clare Booth Luce If you think that life has become overly hectic and complicated, you’re not alone. Our homes, minds and lifestyles are overflowing with things and stresses. Was life truly simpler back in the day? I think that every generation believes that things used to be less complicated […]Lire la suite de "13 Strategies for Simplify your Life"
Success is not something that can be accomplished overnight. It takes a lot of hard work, time and sheer dedication. Every successful leader, entrepreneur or idealist has had their own unique journey as they strove for what they believed in and proved to society that anyone can break free from the chains they think are […]Lire la suite de "7 sentences successful people never say"
If you’d told me 3 years ago that my online business would have a $67,000+ week, I’d say you were crazy. I’d never made that much in an entire year! I had no idea what it would take to make that kind of money so quickly. Honestly, I didn’t think it was possible. It seemed […]Lire la suite de "What it takes to build an online business in a week"
1. They make their kids do chores « If kids aren’t doing the dishes, it means someone else is doing that for them, » Julie Lythcott-Haims, former dean of freshmen at Stanford University and author of « How to Raise an Adult » said during a TED Talks Live event. « And so they’re absolved of not only the work, but of […]Lire la suite de "How parents set their kids up for success ?"
Learn the secrets, and close the deal. How many life-changing, growth-catalyzing deals didn’t get done this year because the two sides weren’t able to see eye-to-eye on the value they could create together? How many opportunities did you miss to make real magic happen — for reasons that perhaps had nothing to do with the […]Lire la suite de "10 Tips to negotiate like a boss"