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How Much Will a Bad Attitude Cost Your Company? A positive attitude engaged in positive action leads to positive results. But what happens when not everyone has a positive attitude? Have you thought of how much a bad attitude can cost your company? Recently, I went to purchase a Television from a well know …
5 Customer Service and Sales Tips for Car Dealerships Buying a car can be a stressful experience for any shopper. I speak for all car buyers when I say, we want the best car at the best deal. But, there are a few other little things we expect and want as well. If you ever …
I am 43 years old and started living my life at 41.5 years on January 4, 2010, when I said eight simple words to a friend at lunch in response to her questions of, “What is your purpose in life?” And, “Why now?”
Everyone struggles with the “blahs” at times, not wanting to tackle what’s at the doorstep. Here are some tips to getting motivated for an undesirable task (or for motivating our employees!).
Did you ever play a pick-up baseball game or shoot hoops with your friends when you were young? I remember when I was a kid that I would fantasize that I was a super athlete in any sport that was popular at the time.
It happens every year. The buzz and chatter about new year resolutions. It is a time to look at where we have been, where we are and determine where we want to go for the next year. In essence it is making a choice to make positive changes.
When change happens, we usually want to lie down, eat too many potato chips, and blame the guy who cut us off in traffic—or whatever we can do to get the focus off of our misery. While this may help us for a bit, it doesn’t get us out there kicking again.
Thing is, change happens everywhere and to everyone. The difference lies in your response.