At some point you may find yourself in a situation where you have to speak in public. What to do? Authors Dan L. Hays, Lorne Daniel and I present a few ideas that will be helpful to you on such a day.
E-mails should not be treated as a tweet or a text message. They should be written with care and attention. They don’t need to be missives but they should always contain a salutation and a valediction (adieu).
Never ask people to do things that they are uncomfortable with or unsuited for, like speaking in public. Rather, encourage and empower them to excel at the things that they are best suited for. You can’t build someone up by ripping them down.
For many people, it’s not easy finding a job these days. Whether you are looking for a job, employed by a company that needs more work, or the owner of a company that needs more business, the concepts presented here can help you get there.
You can’t expect management to solve all of the problems. Then again, if you are the manager, you can’t expect your people to solve them all either. Solutions come from teamwork, a good attitude and an empowered staff.
On February 1, 2010, we launched Life As A Human. Today, two years later, we celebrate our second birthday. It’s been an amazing journey so far and I just wanted to take a few minutes to describe where we are at and express my thanks to many.
No matter how great a company’s products or services might be, ultimately, it’s people that make the difference. This, is the key differentiator. Those that understand and embrace this will always rise above the rest of the crowd.
When someone tells you you’ve done a great job, ask them for a reference. It’s a great habit that will serve you well.
We reap what we sow … we get what we ask for. Be sure that you are in the center of your own vision. If you are, you will more than likely succeed.
The people of Kangiqsujuaq in Canada risk death gather mussels … under huge blocks of ice. From Human Planet: Arctic – BBC One