Are You a Real Leader

or Just a Leader With a Title…Here is How to Tell. For the past 20 years, I have been professionally speaking at conferences on leadership as it pertains to creating employee engagement in the workplace – meaning, how to get people excited about their work, give their best and show up ready to work hard.  There are different ways we…

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7 Simple Ways to Ramp Up Enthusiasm in Your Workplace

By Sam Glenn, The Attitude Guy – Award Winning Keynote Speaker and Author  (www.SamGlenn.com) Being a professional speaker and author, I give close to 100 inspirational speeches a year and as I work closely with my client’s leadership, I have noticed the increase in demand for ramping up enthusiasm in the workplace. Think about it, if your company or business…

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Enthusiasm is the magic ingredient

5 Signs Your Workplace Has The Magic of Enthusiasm

Something incredible happens when enthusiasm shows up in our attitude, our efforts, our workplace and our life…I call it magic! Some might argue that you can’t measure enthusiasm in the workplace and I enthusiastically disagree. Enthusiasm always reveals itself in the work we do, how we serve, sell, educate, and lead. The other day, I stayed at the Sheraton Hotel…

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Is there a difference between being nice and being kind?

My daughters are one and two years old. They are beautiful, fun, smart, creative and the absolute joys of my life. They are also perfectly normal toddlers who test boundaries and are learning and growing every single day. My wife and I work on teaching them little things such as how to be told “No” with out losing your mind…

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Sam Glenn Positive Postcards

Stop Dulling Your Life by Doubting Your Greatness! “BELIEVE IN YOURSELF”

 When you doubt yourself, you defeat yourself. When you believe in yourself, you win. As I sat there humped over my dinner, I could not stop the tears from rolling down my face. I had my heart set on a basketball scholarship. But it seemed like a faint wish at this point that would not come true. I had injured…

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Sam Glenn the Attitude Guy

Choose Positive Perspectives to Change Your Circumstances

One person asked me, “How can I move forward if I’m in a dead-end job surrounded by negative people I can’t stand?” Sound familiar? Trust me, you’re not alone, I get this question all the time. So what can you do? The key is to adopt a different mental perspective. If you rely on your job for income and need…

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Face Your Limitations With The Attitude of Courage

Life is about managing the things that we tolerate. What are you no longer willing to tolerate? What is currently bad enough for your life that you are willing to let it go? Can you answer these tough questions? What limitations are in your way? What emotional limitations have you created that are tripping you up from being your very…

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Sam Glenn's Attitude Recharge is popular

Recharge Your Batteries

“And in the end, it’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years” – Abraham Lincoln One of the hardest life lessons to grasp is to take adequate time to renew ourselves, to slow down and let go in order to get back to a place of strength. It’s hard to live your best…

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5 Tips on How to Stay Positive in a Stressful Workplace

You just took a sip of coffee, looked down at your desk and the to do list keeps growing. The phone is ringing.  Someone has a question. You just checked your emails five minutes ago, but now you have ten new emails that need to be replied too.  There is a meeting starting in 20 minutes and someone just stopped…

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10 Inspiring Quotes to Make Your Day

I love inspiring quotes. They are like vitamins for your attitude. Everyday, I pause what I am doing and read several inspirational quotes and reflect on what they mean to me and how I can apply them to personal and professional life.  I do that to keep my attitude pointed in the right direction.  I do it to stay motivated…

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