Pulling together the success tips from others is the way to “always get better.” It’s the ACTION part that’s up to you, and can set you apart from where you ARE to where you WANT TO BE!
I’d like to share some of my recent powerful habits I’ve been developing and experimenting with that I have stolen from ultra successful people.
Source: 12 Powerful Habits I Have Stolen From Ultra-Successful People
There’s no limit to what you can accomplish with a deep purpose and faith in something greater than yourself.
Source: 10 Secret Mindsets of Multi-Millionaires
To get a true perspective on how to become rich, you must study rich people.
Source: 10 Major Differences Between Rich and Poor People
From political figures to high-power CEOs, these words of wisdom will get thinking about how to apply them in your life.
Source: 20 Inspiring and Valuable Quotes on Leadership
LEADERS are READERS, is something I’ve heard and lived by, ever since entering the entrepreneurial world. This article has some great tips for those who don’t classify themselves as avid readers.
Leaders are Readers!
Our libraries are paved with gold. You have to know how to use the gold you have.
Source: 5 Tips to Read 100 Books a Year
The self-help guru and bestselling author died on Aug. 29.
Source: Remembering Wayne Dyer: 20 Quotes to Help You Become a Better You
Some simple steps (introductory) for people assembling a team…
Source: 5 Leadership Tips for First-Time Managers
Just got a great email on “culture” from my friend, Ken Majer, who’s book Yogi Beare! I love (military examples provide some excellent leadership principles).
I work with many business teams and the presence of a culture is very clear in high-performing teams. The same is true from a corporate perspective, but it’s the impact in an entrepreneurial environment that I find the most fascinating!
A Ken puts it, “Building a Values-Based High Performing Culture” requires four (4) key steps, and it’s his diagram that got my attention, so I just had to share it here:
The sequence of 1,2, 3 and 4 is very important because often, as Ken says, strategic planning is done typically by starting at step 3 or 4 (the cart before the horse). Values and culture first – then develop a strategy with a team that is committed to the same vision!
Came across this handy infographic today, a neat refresher along with some tips.
A fun list to see where your habit are (aren’t?) taking you…
9 Success Habits of Wealthy People That Cost Nothing.