When we see someone else smile, our mirror neurons make us also experience the positive emotions being displayed.
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But the real growth lies in our ability to check our ego at the door and identify the stuff that holds us back.
encourage you: go for that big account. In the words of my dad, “All you need to do is get help: the right help and enough help and all the help you need.”
Can strong relationships develop solely with “to the point” digital communications that recant supposedly wasteful small talk?
Don’t wait for Prince Charming to make the rest of your life easy ... It will likely never happen.
Growth only comes at the very tip of resistance. You learn by pushing yourself to the outer reaches of your abilities.
I challenge you to approach your career as if you are the chief executive officer.
A modest dose of self-criticism, whether of yourself or your company’s wares, is healthy.
There are two elements you need to build a career: excitement and perseverance.
What you think of and how you feel about yourself are most important. Why? Because they put you in control of your own success.