Leadership, networking, social skills – it’s the art of relatability… how to get people to “hear” you and how you can speak the “language” that they understand. Thought this article was great, as it contains some basic tips that can help you in the relationship game.
Body-Language Tricks to Make Anyone Instantly Like You
Historical examples are great leadership lessons and examples!
10 Leadership Tips From The Greatest Philosophers
In my opinion, there really is now boundaries for Character and Integrity. Business, family, relationships, sports – you name it – they still apply big time!
I know there are lots of technical definitions, here’s my simple take that I like:
CHARACTER – who we are and what we do when nobody is watching
INTEGRITY – doing the right thing when nobody is watching
Ralph Waldo Emerson provided a quote that, to me, emulates Character and Integrity:
“What you do speaks so loud that I cannot hear what you say.”
How important is Character and Integrity to you? Does it affect who you do business with? Please share your thoughts…
I found this to be an interesting article from the practical applications perspective. It is always valuable to understand more of the science behind our own “computer” (brain). I enjoyed this article, and as I reflect on it, I think of these 6 effects as:
- Vision and dream building
- Don’t worry about what other’s think of you, it’ none of your business….
6 Powerful Psychological Effects That Explain How Our Brains Tick