What Type of Action Personality Are You?

Are you a great talker?

Do you enjoy planning out your next moves?

Do you take a few steps, get bored and start something new?

Are you laser focused on realizing your goals?

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On Conquering Your Personal Mount Everest

65 years ago Sir Edmund Hillary became the first person to reach the peak of the world’s tallest mountain. Wherever your big goals take you, know that you will encounter big obstacles. You’ll need to equip yourself with a mountaineering attitude to give yourself the strongest chance to summit your personal Mount Everest.

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The Incredible SuperPower We Forget We Have

We all know that the way we think about ourselves and our abilities will determine the direction of our lives. But often, during stressful or challenging times, we choose to forget the immense power we have to forge our own reality. It starts with control over our mind. We need to remember that it’s hard enough to move towards our goals without self-sabotage.

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Does a Magic Pill Exist for Better Public Speaking?

Popeye has his spinach. Superman his phone booth. What do you have to become a better public speaker? You may be surprised to learn that there are various simple yet powerful techniques to give you a quick boost before getting up on stage.

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Team Talk

Transform your team’s idle banter into an effective project management tool. 

 When we, as project managers, choose to share our views with our team, cohesiveness increases. Conversely, when our team members decide to talk to us about their concerns, we begin to see the project more clearly. Conversation is the currency with which we exchange ideas with one another.

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Note to (PM) Self: Designers Just Want to Design 

cubicle people It’s been more than fifteen years since I was a product designer, and I still catch myself thinking like one. With keen observation, I watch the way people interact with their environment. I see their enjoyment, as well as their frustrations, when using certain products. I imagine re-designing the product in order to provide the potential customer with an enhanced experience.

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‘Kaizening’ Towards Your Best Performance Ever

We all love stories about how a little-known inventor wakes up one morning and aha!, hatches a novel idea that promises to change the world. There are many examples of this exciting phenomena. Here are three such moments:

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The Secret Behind the Source of the World’s Greatest Book on Personal Development


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 Every now and then a book is written that contains such powerful ideas that it can reset the trajectory of the reader’s life. One such book is “How to Raise Your Own Salary” published by Napoleon Hill in 1953.

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Who Said That?

Quotes! I can’t get enough of them. Each quote is a packet of high quality wisdom crammed into 1-2 easily digestible, very memorable sentences. I keep a collection of them on my phone and use them on a daily basis for motivation, elucidation and comprehension of the situations I find myself in.

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There Is Always Tomorrow??

Procrastination is easy. Discipline is not. Doing a little bit every day will quickly add up to taking a large bite out of your next project.

“I’ll start it later.”

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