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30 Things to Start Doing for Yourself

30 Things to Start Doing for Yourself | Coaching, Professional and Personal Development | Scoop.it

Here it is, a positive ‘to-do’ list for the upcoming year – 30 things to start doing for yourself.


Via Ariana Amorim
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Pick up your favorites and Happy 2014! / Escolhas suas preferidas e tenha um Feliz 2014!

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2015 #Digital #Marketing Trends

2015 #Digital #Marketing Trends | Coaching, Professional and Personal Development | Scoop.it
The rise of the seamless transaction

Via Eric_Determined / Eric Silverstein
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Check out the different trends shared by Bruno Berthezene. It is a #multichannel journey and automation plays and important part on the road to success.

 

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julilaami's comment, December 19, 2014 4:17 AM
wow such a great ideas
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http://tasawk.com

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The Challenges of the Holiday Season

The Challenges of the Holiday Season | Coaching, Professional and Personal Development | Scoop.it

It’s important to keep in mind this can be a time of great ambivalence for many people. There is a universal expectation that everyone can be or will want to be with their families for the holidays. The default mode, falsely created by Mall music, twinkling lights, and TV commercials, is one of great cheer. We need to normalize for friends and loved ones that this time of year can bring unique and difficult triggers including: buried feelings of loss and grief; resentment; anger; anxiety; and even dread. 

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Have you ever felt the Holiday Blues?

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Denise Barbezani's curator insight, December 1, 2014 4:44 PM

Have you ever felt the Holiday Blues?

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Innovation Excellence | Three Tips for Successful Entrepreneurship

Innovation Excellence | Three Tips for Successful Entrepreneurship | Coaching, Professional and Personal Development | Scoop.it
To become an entrepreneur, you don’t need anything more than an idea and the drive to develop that idea into fruition. In a world where actions speak louder than words, I would like to provide a few key thoughts about what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur.
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Keep in mind that everyone can do something!

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The Real Job of a Manager

The Real Job of a Manager | Coaching, Professional and Personal Development | Scoop.it
Jim Keane, president and COO of Steelcase Inc., explains where managers should devote their time; their job isn't to be the smartest person in the room--it's to help the smartest people deliver the most impact. 
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In one word, the real job of a manager is to help - as simple as that. / Em uma palavra, o real trabalho gerencial é ajudar - tão simples assim.

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How to make hard choices

How to make hard choices | Coaching, Professional and Personal Development | Scoop.it
Here's a talk that could literally change your life. Which career should I pursue? Should I break up -- or get married?! Where should I live? Big decisions like these can be agonizingly difficult. But that's because we think about them the wrong way, says philosopher Ruth Chang. She offers a powerful new framework for shaping who we truly are.
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Have you ever asked yourself: "Who am I to be?" We make choices everyday and our set of choices make who we are. Take some minutes to watch this presentation that shows an interesting perspective of our human condition. 

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Why personal development's 'incomplete me' concept must be challenged - Marketing

Why personal development's 'incomplete me' concept must be challenged - Marketing | Coaching, Professional and Personal Development | Scoop.it
Why personal development's 'incomplete me' concept must be challenged, Dr Chris Dalton, associate professor of management learning, Henley Business School, University of Reading, considers the
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You are not incomplete: just unaware. / Você não está incompleto: apenas ainda não tem consciência total de si mesmo.

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Inspiration: Think Again - The Royal Geographical Society, London

Inspiration: Think Again - The Royal Geographical Society, London | Coaching, Professional and Personal Development | Scoop.it
In short, snappy sessions, speakers from a variety of businesses and backgrounds will talk about what has inspired them, the problems they faced bringing their ideas to life, and the effect their ideas had on their businesses.
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Check out in this event: How inspiration and creativity is born;  how to overcome the barriers to creativity in their own organisations;  how some truly inspirational people think. / Confira nesse evento: Como a inspiração e a creatividade nascem; como superar barreiras na própria organização; como algumas pessoas realmente criativas pensam.

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5 Kinds of Planning You Should be Doing ‹ http://coachfederation.org/blog

5 Kinds of Planning You Should be Doing ‹ http://coachfederation.org/blog | Coaching, Professional and Personal Development | Scoop.it

If you’ve ever heard yourself thinking, I don’t have time to plan! – listen up. I understand that planning often doesn’t seem productive, especially when your desk is piled high with urgent matters. Trust me I get it – the urge to say, “I’ll do my planning later.” But when the pressure’s on, it’s more important than ever to be as efficient and focused as possible. Planning is a gateway to a laser-focused state of mind.

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1.  Annual planning / 2.  Quarterly planning / 3.  Monthly planning

4.  Weekly planning / 5.  Daily planning

It is all about planning!

 

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The Hero’s Journey ‹ http://coachfederation.org/blog

The Hero’s Journey ‹ http://coachfederation.org/blog | Coaching, Professional and Personal Development | Scoop.it
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Do you agree that "Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results? Do you agree that we are all Heros of our on story? Share your thoughts. 

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Develop Strategic Thinkers Throughout Your Organization

Develop Strategic Thinkers Throughout Your Organization | Coaching, Professional and Personal Development | Scoop.it
It's the single most important skill a leader needs.
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Be an Exceptional Leader: "Keep people informed; Connect managers with a mentor; Communicate a well-articulated philosophy; Reward people for evidence of thinking; Promote a future perspective  for employees by incorporating it into training and development programs." Share your thoughts.

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Michael Binzer's curator insight, June 27, 2014 2:14 AM

How to build good colleagues in your organization and keep them. An ever more relevant topic in todays world

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The non-resistance approach ‹ http://coachfederation.org/blog

The non-resistance approach ‹ http://coachfederation.org/blog | Coaching, Professional and Personal Development | Scoop.it

Applying the non-resistance approach is not an easy task, but if you manage to master it, you can improve all aspects of your life. In 2009, I began to attempt to understand how this approach works and in this post I’ll share with you what I found.

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Non-resistance is about focusing the energy towards what we want and how to get there. Can we get to do that despite of the strong heritage from our ancestors to resist?

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Why a Coach Cannot Create Awareness for the Client ‹ http://coachfederation.org/blog

Why a Coach Cannot Create Awareness for the Client ‹ http://coachfederation.org/blog | Coaching, Professional and Personal Development | Scoop.it

In my years as a coach trainer and Mentor Coach, I’ve found that many practitioners struggle with the eighth ICF Core Competency, which calls on them to “create awareness.”

The true purpose of any coaching conversation is to create a safe, supportive environment where clients can explore and uncover what they may not have conscious access to about themselves, their work, or some other aspect of their lives. Usually, there is a gap between where the client is now and where she desires to be. The coach plays an important role in creating the conditions for awareness to emerge, so the client can close that gap and move toward the desired outcome.

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"The coach’s role is to provide an environment where there is potential for awareness to emerge."

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Is your time drifting away or do you make the most of it? | Kate Burton

Is your time drifting away or do you make the most of it? | Kate Burton | Coaching, Professional and Personal Development | Scoop.it

With just 168 hours of time in your diary to spend each week, budgeting wisely requires logical thinking and decision-making so that you feel satisfied with your purchases. Practical planning keeps the mental energy flowing as you stay on track to concentrate on the most important things in your life.

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Great steps to plan your time. / Passos para planejar melhor o tempo.

Step 1 Set Your Priorities 

Step 2 Formulate a Plan 

Step 3 Take Action 

Step 4 Review

Share your thoughts. / compartilhe suas ideias.

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The Challenges of the Holiday Season

The Challenges of the Holiday Season | Coaching, Professional and Personal Development | Scoop.it

It’s important to keep in mind this can be a time of great ambivalence for many people. There is a universal expectation that everyone can be or will want to be with their families for the holidays. The default mode, falsely created by Mall music, twinkling lights, and TV commercials, is one of great cheer. We need to normalize for friends and loved ones that this time of year can bring unique and difficult triggers including: buried feelings of loss and grief; resentment; anger; anxiety; and even dread. 

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Have you ever felt the Holiday Blues?

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Have you ever felt the Holiday Blues?

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Innovation Excellence | How To Manage The Skills Gap

Innovation Excellence | How To Manage The Skills Gap | Coaching, Professional and Personal Development | Scoop.it
In the late 90’s McKinsey declared the war for talent and argued that, in a knowledge economy, having the right people is even more important than having the right strategy or technology.  Recruiting and retaining the 'best and the brightest' became a corporate mantra.
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"In today’s semantic economy, it’s not so important what assets you own, but what you can access.  The basis of competition is no longer between firms, but ecosystems."

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Why Your Brain Loves Good Storytelling

Why Your Brain Loves Good Storytelling | Coaching, Professional and Personal Development | Scoop.it
Studying the neuroscience of compelling communication.
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"Stories motivate voluntary cooperation." That is why beginning every presentation with a compelling, human-scale story may guarantee success. / "Histórias motivam a cooperação voluntária." Por isso, iniciar uma apresentação com uma cativante história sobre as dimensões humanas pode garantir sucesso.

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Stop Being So Positive?!

Stop Being So Positive?! | Coaching, Professional and Personal Development | Scoop.it
Optimism only works when you also understand the obstacles. In our research, we’ve developed a mental contrasting tool called WOOP — Wish, Outcome, Obstacle, Plan. Here’s how it works: Find a quiet place where you won’t be disturbed, switch off your devices, and close your eyes. Name a wish that is attainable or realistic for you — say, landing a new client. Then imagine for a few minutes what would happen if that wish came true, letting the images flow freely through your mind. Then change things up. Identify the main obstacle inside you that stands in the way, and imagine it for a few minutes. Now on to your plan: If faced with X obstacle, then you will take Y effective action in response.
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It is good food for thought in terms of changing our own lives and behaviors. We need to plan and act. / Momento de reflexão interessante sobre mudunças em nossas vidas e comportamentos. É preciso planejar e agir!

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Your body language shapes who you are

Your body language shapes who you are | Coaching, Professional and Personal Development | Scoop.it
Body language affects how others see us, but it may also change how we see ourselves. Social psychologist Amy Cuddy shows how “power posing” -- standing in a posture of confidence, even when we don’t feel confident -- can affect testosterone and cortisol levels in the brain, and might even have an impact on our chances for success.
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Tiny tweaks that can change your life!

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1. Desenvolver Lideranças

1. Desenvolver Lideranças | Coaching, Professional and Personal Development | Scoop.it

Liderança - Compatibilize os desafios da empresa de acordo com o perfil  dos diretores, gerentes e colaboradores. O líder é o exemplo a ser seguido – role model -  Sua atitude é cascateada  e copiada pela organização garantindo a propagação dos fundamentos estratégicos e reforçando os valores da empresa. 

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A construção de um time de lideres é uma cultura e não um projeto pontual. Não se cria lideres do dia para noite. / The construction of a team of leaders is a culture instead of a simple project. Leaders are not created from one day to another.

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Want better meetings? Confront conflict. ‹ http://coachfederation.org/blog

Want better meetings? Confront conflict. ‹ http://coachfederation.org/blog | Coaching, Professional and Personal Development | Scoop.it

It’s time to get real. The issue with project failure isn’t any of the usual reasons we gripe about. It’s not poor planning, bad management, scope creep or lack of time and money.

Projects fail because of me.

In any situation the only thing I have any control over is me. If I’m in a project meeting and it’s going sideways, the issue is me—and only me.

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It's time to take control and get better results!

Assuma o controle e obtenha melhores resultados!

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Three Mistakes to Avoid When Networking

Three Mistakes to Avoid When Networking | Coaching, Professional and Personal Development | Scoop.it

"Don't sabotage yourself." We all know networking has the potential to dramatically enhance our careers; making new connections can introduce us to valuable new information, job opportunities, and more. But despite that fact, many of us are doing it wrong — and I don’t just mean the banal error of trading business cards at a corporate function and not following up properly.

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Networking is key to our professional activity and personal life. Check these 3 important points and share your thoughts: Misunderstanding the pecking order. / Asking to receive before you give. / Failing to specifically state your value proposition. 

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Ilse Kapp's curator insight, March 3, 2014 1:31 AM

Keep the human element

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Analyzing Big Data: Handling the Avalanche - Hausman Marketing Letter

Analyzing Big Data: Handling the Avalanche - Hausman Marketing Letter | Coaching, Professional and Personal Development | Scoop.it
Analyzing big data can be like surviving an avalanche as it comes at you with tremendous volume and velocity. But, a good plan helps.
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The reason "WHY" you have such a huge amount of data is more important than the number inself.

Check this Big Data analises and share your thoughts.

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Office Fashion: Is It Time To Update Your Look? | CAREEREALISM

Office Fashion: Is It Time To Update Your Look? | CAREEREALISM | Coaching, Professional and Personal Development | Scoop.it
Don't make an office fashion flub - know when it's time to update your look. Still clinging to your 80s fashion? Here's an easy idea to update your look!
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Is it time to refresh your look?

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Connected! 6 Quick Tips For Better Online Networking | CAREEREALISM

Connected! 6 Quick Tips For Better Online Networking | CAREEREALISM | Coaching, Professional and Personal Development | Scoop.it
You're an "All Star" on LinkedIn, but you don't have that dream job yet. Boost your online networking efforts with these quick tips...
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1. Put your best foot forward

2. Mention a common link

3. Offer a kind word

4. Say what you want

5. Keep the lines of communication open
6. Finish strong

It's always good to have those tips in mind for a better job networking in general.

 

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Are you ready to ask for help from your dream team? | Kate Burton

Are you ready to ask for help from your dream team? | Kate Burton | Coaching, Professional and Personal Development | Scoop.it

Change is simpler when you get help. One of those useful mottoes to put on your bathroom mirror is: ‘Do only the things that only you can do’ and find someone else who can help you with the rest. The most ‘successful’ people I’ve met in business all know how to ask for help. They find sponsors, mentors and great assistants. The most content people I’ve met outside of work don’t try to do everything alone. They build a supportive network of friends and family. They recognise the synergy of a group effort.

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"Do only the things that only you can do and find someone else who can help you with the rest. The most "successful" people I’ve met in business all know how to ask for help", says Kate Burton. See important tips to select your dream team.

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