Week 18 Inspiration 2017

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Schedule enough large chunks of time on your calendar to focus on the work

To be optimistic in a general way about our lives will serve us well, mentally and physically

Millennials want to be recognized for their achievements and need feedback from time to time

“Failure is not the only punishment for laziness; there is also the success of others.”

Jules Renard

The first 20 seconds of a conversation or meeting with a new prospect are undoubtedly the most important

Overconfidence gets us in trouble when we underestimate the kind of problem we’re facing

Blind dedication to a leader can actually be truly dangerous

“I like long walks, especially when they are taken by people who annoy me.”

Noel Coward

Losing makes you self-reliant; it’s an opportunity to accept responsibility for your own destiny

A lot of things can happen when you have an insecure leader

Unlike anxiety, shame or depression, anger drives us towards the object of our arousal

“When in doubt, choose change.”

Lily Leung

Top-down bosses who spread fear are notorious for killing intrinsic motivation

We need to start conditioning our clients from the minute we engage with them

The personal brand is what we are putting out there to allow others to build a relationship with us

“Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are sure to miss the future.”

John F. Kennedy

The depressed need empathy and understanding. Not your advice

If you’re stressed out, writing down your worries and thoughts can help to reduce some of the stress

Do you want to be a top performer? Of course you do

“Society, my dear, is like salt water, good to swim in but hard to swallow.”

Arthur Stringer