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Building Resilience & Positive Attitude

Your attitude will have an affect on your work … and in your life. Why does building resilience help you sustain a positive attitude?
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Emotional Intelligence: The Key To Success

by Dr. Alan Zimmerman

Today's emphasis on 'emotional intelligence' is extremely important and perhaps a better, more fitting terminology than what it used to be called - 'interpersonal communication'.

7 Strategies For A Lasting Positive Attitude

By Dr. Alan Zimmerman

Think back to when you started a new job at a company. You were all excited about the job, the company, your products, your services, your customers, and your future. Your enthusiasm and positive attitude were obvious to everyone around you. But then, before too long, a long-time employee came along side you and said, “Well, that’s fine. But wait until you’ve been here for a couple of months. You’ll see how bad things really are.”

Practice Persistence: The Key To Success

by Dr Alan Zimmerman

Almost everybody wants to experience some degree of success. The good news is, success, to some degree, is a science. It has been studied and researched as much if not more than any other topic on earth. So we pretty much know if you do certain things, you're going to succeed. And if you do other things, you're going to fail. It's that simple, although not always that easy.

9 Beliefs Of Remarkably Successful People

by Jeff Haden, Inc.

I'm fortunate enough to know a number of remarkably successful people. Regardless of industry or profession, they all share the same perspectives and beliefs. And they act on those beliefs. The most successful people in business approach their work differently than most. See how they think - and why it works.

Hitting Turbulence? Build Resilience

by Gayle Lantz

It happened again. Something didn't go according to plan. Things were running smoothly - and then you hit turbulence. Life will often bring unexpected challenges that could potentially throw leaders off course. When you hit turbulence, work on your resilience. You'll reach better destinations.

How To Be Less Affected By Difficult People

by Ken Warren

Many of us are in roles where we deal with more than our fair share of difficult people - customers who are verbally aggressive, a colleague who is disrespectful, and staff who are negative or resistant to change. But dealing with such behaviours over time can certainly take its toll. The good news is, that there are ways to be less affected by the challenging behaviour of others.

Creating The Conditions For A Resilient Workforce

by Ken Warren

Resilience is primarily the choices we make in responding to adversity, such as our attitude to challenges and our willingness to take action. But workplaces can also do their part to develop resiliency in their staff.

Enhancing Your Resilience At Work

by Ken Warren

Why is it that some people are overwhelmed by stress at work and others maintain their well-being despite the challenges? Why are some people so resistant to workplace change, while others take control of the process? Why is it that some people harbour grudges over frustrations at work, where others will simply get over it, learn what they can, and get on with the future? The answer is resilience - our ability to bounce back and adjust to challenges that life sends our way. It is our self-righting mechanism, our ability to restore our equilibrium, when it has been disrupted.

Adversity Builds Resilience

by Michael Licenblat

Success in business, sales, and most things in life, often requires you to face tough situations or deal with unfavourable results.

5 Mental Attitudes Of Winners

by Mike Brooks

Success in sales, as in all of life, starts by first developing and maintaining an expectant attitude of success.

Four Steps To Regaining Self-Belief

by Flying Solo

Ever excitedly shared your dreams and goals with friends, colleagues or loved ones, only to find your self-confidence rocked when they don’t respond with enthusiasm?

Remarkable Influence

by Mark Sanborn

Do you remember a time in your life when you were just blown away by someone's performance?

Staying Productive During Stressful Times

by Flying Solo

Wouldn't it be great to spring out of bed and get to work every day feeling fresh, exuding energy and smiling with confidence because your business is succeeding and you love your job?

Is Something Missing From Your Business?

by Jenny Stilwell

Our businesses don't always perform the way we want them to, but the results we get are a direct reflection of what we focus on.

How To Get Instantly Motivated

by Dr. Vesna Grubacevic

Do you ever feel unmotivated? Are you finding it difficult to get focused on taking action for your business? Would you like to wake up and feel more motivated at any time you choose?

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