Creating a Good Impression contd... Don't wear a disguise. Subconsciously, we are smarter than we realize. The conscious mind may not be smart enough to analyze and see through the disguises people wear, but our subconscious is. And our subconscious tells us that the...read more
Creating a Good Impression Wishing you a happy Holi Celebrations The manner in which you approach others, your very first words, and actions, nearly always set the tone for the entire encounter. You can control the actions and attitudes of others to a remarkable...read more
Put some magnetism in your personality contd... contd. 3. Moderate your tone of voice. We express ourselves through our voice more than in any other manner. The voice is the most highly developed means of communication. Your voice communicates more than ideas; it also...read more
Put some magnetism in your personality Confidence has a way of showing itself in subtle ways. While you may never analyze why you have confidence in a certain person, subconsciously, we all judge others by the following signs and clues: Watch your walk; your physical...read more
Confidence breeds confidence Confidence breeds confidence. Just as you can make others enthusiastic with your enthusiasm, you can give people confidence in you by acting confidently. It is a sad but true fact that many of mediocre ability get further than those who...read more
You will be paid in direct proportion to the value you deliver to the marketplace.
The key word is value. It’s important to know that four factors determine your value in the marketplace: supply, demand, quality, and quantity.
In my experience, the factor that presents the biggest challenge for most people is the quantity. The quantity factor simply means, how much of your value do you actually deliver to the marketplace?
Another way of stating this is, how many people do you actually serve or affect?
For example, some motivational speakers/ trainers prefer teaching small groups of twenty people at a time, others are comfortable with hundred participants in the room, others like an audience of five hundred, and still others love audiences of a thousand to five thousand or more. Is there a difference in income among these trainers? You better believe there is!
How do you want to live your life? How do you want to play the game? Do you want to play in the big leagues or in little leagues, in the majors or minors? Are you going to play big or small? It’s your choice.
Most people choose to play small. Why? First, because of fear. They are scared to death of failure and they are even more frightened of success. Second, people play small because they feel small. They feel unworthy. They don’t feel they are good enough or important enough to make a real difference in people’s lives.
But hear this: Your life is not just about you. It’s also about contributing to others. It’s about living true to your mission and reason for being here on this Earth at this time.
What do you have to say? Do share your thoughts on this with me.