Goal Setting – The Major Categories for Goals

Goal setting is something we’re all told to do in order to lead a happier life. We’ve been told over and over how the most successful people in the world are the one’s who consistently set goals for themselves. These successful people don’t have any...
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How a Leader Needs to Deal With Criticism

Anyone who has been a leader for any length of time will tell you that you need to be prepared to deal with criticism. By definition, leaders change the status quo. They take their followers to a new place where some of them would choose...
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Leadership Decisions

When giving leadership seminars a question that is frequently asked is: how do you learn to lead, I have never led anyone. The answer to this question is pretty simple; you make decisions everyday so in actuality you have been leading for a long time....
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Organizational Volunteer Leaders Must Beware Of The Hype

While most volunteer leaders are quite talented in their regular field of endeavor, a large number are untrained regarding leadership, and too often believe whatever they are told by supposed experts. Many consultants portray themselves as experts, and use fancy jargon, etc., to convince these...
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Addiction to Distractions

When we were growing up, we experienced many life situations that caused us deep heartbreak. Any time we lost someone we loved, or we were yelled at, ridiculed, shamed, ignored, not seen or connected with, physically or sexually abused, or treated in any other unloving...
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Leaders Embrace Change

Nearly every individual realizes that changes are a fact of life, and this are inevitable. However, what often differentiates our most prepared and effective leaders from many of the others, is their attitude and behavior towards change. Most individuals in leadership appear to fear change,...
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Diverstiy from the Top-Down

What is the difference between diversity strategies that engage the workforce and those that don’t? Businesses that truly support diversity link it to the company’s vision and mission. They incorporate diversity into their recruitment, promotion, reinforce the value of diversity in hiring, and they are...
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Leaders Take Action!

Have you ever been in a situation where you saw a leader take a specific action, yet you had no idea “why” or “how” the leader decided to take that specific action? Well, I have too! That’s why I decided to study various leaders that...
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Dealing With Sexual Addiction

Sexual addiction is defined as a sexual disorder wherein a person engages in persistent and escalating patterns of sexual behaviors despite increasing negative consequences to self and others. The sexually addicted person loses the ability to control sexual behaviors and instead indulges sexual fantasies and...
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Setting Daily Goals

Setting concrete goals on a daily basis is the key to performing at our best. This allows us to create a path of action that leads to the realization of our long-term goals. Without daily goals, it’s extremely difficult to remain focused on the tasks...
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Setting Life Goals

Goals are set and achieved everyday. These are small goals and are set and achieved by everybody. For example, you would like to prepare for a date tonight, one that you would want to make a success. The actual task of preparing for a date...
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Leaders Must Seek And Create Value

One of the prevalent threads of nearly all discussions about leadership and the requirements to meaningully lead, is evaluating and understanding, as well as committing to those things considered necessary assets to anyone desirous of being an effective and meaningful leader. However, after over three...
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Helping Alcoholics Recover

There is a definite system for how to stay clean and sober and most alcoholics will never figure it out. The system involves creation. Most people get confused when it comes to quitting drugs and alcohol, because they see it as a process of elimination....
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What Do Your Goals Mean to You?

How do you feel about setting goals? Do they motivate you to achieve something special, inspire you to reach a positive, exciting stage of your journey, continue your personal development or do you find that they become a burden, something else to beat yourself up...
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Quit Smoking With Nicotine Patches

Have you ever tried to stop smoking the using the cold turkey approach? If the answer is yes and you managed to stay stopped, then you are indeed an exception to the rule. Most smokers who are desperate to quit often have enormous problems kicking...
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What Is Balanced Leadership?

We often hear people discussing the need for some sort of balance and equilibrium, but we rarely see those in positions of leadership apply the concept of balance to the way they conduct themselves. It must be remembered that leaders, especially those who are volunteers,...
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How to Get What You Wish For

Getting what you wish for is not the right thing that you can do because you need to do some jobs for having it. Having your wishes is the thing you would like but it is sometimes meaningful because you just get it without knowing...
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Why Real Leaders Only Accept Their Personal BEST

While it is perfectly natural for someone in a position of leadership to try to motivate and induce his constituents to become more committed and involved, and to do so with their finest and best efforts, he must realize that these individuals are generally volunteers,...
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