Week 29 Inspiration 2018

There’s a fine line between confidence and arrogance, but it’s a line that effective leaders dare not cross if they want to be a leader worth following

85% of employers caught job seekers lying on their job applications, up from 66% in 2012

“To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you’re not allowed to criticize.”

Voltaire

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Loyal customers have a relationship with sales reps that goes beyond just the sale

Speakers can improve their presentations by paying close attention to one element of delivery that’s second nature to professional musicians, timing

“When I was younger, I could remember anything, whether it had happened or not.”

Mark Twain

Smart leaders know they don’t have all the answers so they ask others for their input

Take the time to prioritize and you will be infinitely happier for it

“Work hard, but remember to invest three percent of your income in yourself in order to guarantee your future.”

Brian Tracy

As the leader of an organization, it’s not surprising that you’ll work more than most of your employees

Next time you’re in a conflict, set your ego aside and see how you can actually make the other person look better – it will help your cause

“You cannot be mad at somebody who makes you laugh – it’s as simple as that.”

Jay Leno

At the end of the day, all successful presentations start with a connection between the presenter and the audience

Consider being friendlier toward people you might normally ignore or treat with distance, even coolness

“A river cuts through a rock not because of its power, but its persistence.”

Jim Watkins

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