When it comes to running a small business, mobile devices are undoubtedly a godsend. These days you barely even need a computer – a recent PeoplePerHour poll found that a staggering 73% of small business owners use apps to run their business on a daily basis. It sounds a bit futuristic, but the advent of being able to run your business entirely from your phone might not be as far away as you think…
When people are asked to list the best qualities of humans, kindness and compassion are always at the top of the list. We’re able to be compassionate with others in large part because we can empathize with them.
Deflecting a compliment is not modest or unpretentious; it's actually a bit rude. After all, someone has taken the time to not only notice you and your efforts, but has gone a step further and actually acknowledged it.
Trust is as vital to healthy relationships as oxygen is to a scuba diver; survival is impossible without it. Whether it’s a naturally low propensity to trust, having unrealistic expectations, or letting our past hurts hold us back from trusting others, we have to move beyond these reasons if we want to have trust-filled relationships in the future. Look for an upcoming post on how to improve your “trust-ability” – the ability to trust others.
by Randy Conley
Angie Mc's insight:
Learning how to trust, who to trust and when to trust them is important personal work. Making environments, whether at work or in the family or community, is vital work, too.
If you've got your eye on a management role — especially one on the top of the totem pole — you have your work cut out for you. After all, there's more to being a boss than, wel... (Nice leadership Infographic...
Ever wanted to watch a movie but didn't want to bring the DVDs with you on a trip? If you convert your DVDs into movie files, you could easily store your collection and access them anytime on your computer.