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Circle of Influence vs. Circle of Concern - How to Use Your Time and Energy More Effectively!

Reactive people are controlled by their feelings. If your feelings are controlling your actions, it’s because you’ve abandoned your responsibility of your own actions and empowered your own feelings to control them. 451 more words

Personal Development

In Da (Book) Club

Previously on Sissy that Money…

I needed help… So I asked a friend who I knew was into personal finance for some advice. I sent her a Facebook message:

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Rich Dad Poor Dad

Leader in Me training: Day 1

Today’s training focused on the first three habits: 1. Be proactive, 2. Begin with the end in mind, and 3. Put first things first.
Habit 1: Be proactive. 456 more words

Professional Growth And Learning

5 Ways To Reinforce Training

When we train our employees we get a more productive workforce and we are able to offer customers better service.

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7 Habits Of Highly Effective People

Listening for the Win

“Don’t puke on your prospect.”

OK, a bit crass perhaps, but it is some of the best advice on salesmanship I’ve ever been given. Any of us who have purchased B2B goods and services have experienced this. 570 more words


Being Proactive: 24 New Miniature Kimonos in Progress

This week I started a new schedule for my health care job (the job that keeps the lights on) – I work Tuesdays to Fridays and have Mondays off from work. 274 more words


Courage to Focus Long Term

In his national bestselling book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Stephen Covey recites one of Aesop’s fables about the goose and the golden egg to illustrate a point about production and production capability. 662 more words