Summary: If you are more of an introvert and manage / work with extroverts, you first have to acknowledge that they are different to you and then above all let them speak and don’t kill their enthusiasm. Also, train yourself in the extrovert ways.
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Summary: Change what you want and can change. Accept what you can’t change. Explore, though, whether what you’ve deemed unchangeable really is that.
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Summary: Start doing before you begin finding reasons why not to or looking for other things to do. Be faster than your excuses.
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Summary: Healthy carb-loading, appropriate pace, no ice during the race.
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Summary: In 1983, 61-year-old man named Cliff Young ran an 875 km ultramarathon from Sydney to Melbourne and won it, breaking the previous record by two days. Learn from his story – full of lessons for business and life in general – and be like Cliff Young!
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Summary: Getting up early is a habit – and just like with any other habit, it takes time to embed in your life. Remember that and use some strategies to help yourself.
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Summary: My plan is to become an IRONMAN before November 2018. I will be describing my journey, as well as my day-to-day life as a management consultant on this platform.
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Summary: An effective leader doesn’t have to be rude. It’s about finding the right balance between confidence, assertiveness and relationship building.
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Summary: Make conscious choices and stop kidding yourself. If you really want something, then you’ll find a way, instead of looking for an excuse.
Continue reading “TGIF? No. Every day can be Friday”
Featured image: that’s how the recipients of your loooong emails feel about them (credit: Liz Climo)
Summary: Your email will be most likely read on a mobile phone. Make it short enough to fit onto the screen without scrolling.
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