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Ten Rules for Business Success

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Brilliant article.......a must for all who want a successfull  business!

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Daniel Watson's curator insight, July 6, 2014 11:39 AM


Success in business involves a lot more than simply turning up and going through the motions, and as in most areas of life, there are rules that if followed increase the chances of success.


In rare instances, a new business will break all of the rules and be wildly successful,  however in most cases ignoring the rules for success in business will lead to failure.


This excellent article, identifies from the perspective of a business coach, ten key rules that business owners should follow to ensure that they achieve their business dreams.


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4 Priceless Lessons For All Working Mothers

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Through necessity, I've been a working mom my whole life. At times it was tough to balance all my responsibilities and if I was truly honest, I was the person who carried most of the burden and guilt. I strived for perfection, the desire to be superwoman, the commitment to be a perfect wife, the expectation to be a stellar employee, and an available daughter to attend to tasks for my aging parents. But most of all I wanted to be the best mom I could be. Having come out the other side of a vortex


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Remember; you are teaching your children all the time—whether you are physically with them or not.

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Work life balance is tough for working mothers. They also have the responsibility of bringing up the children..#2 Quality time is important than quantity.. It's really true..
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Building a Storytelling Culture

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A vibrant storytelling culture means the difference between whether your organization has a living, breathing portfolio of different stories, from different perspectives, that share its impact—or just a single, somewhat stagnant story. It’s the difference between having one person in the organization dedicated to storytelling (whether that’s the CEO, development director, or head of communications) and everyone in the organization having compelling stories at their fingertips. And for many organizations, it’s the difference between investing in telling the organization’s story in a more compelling way—or not investing.

 


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…and we are paid storytellers. We need testimonials, good AND short ones. Thats what people remember most. and an one very important point how my husband and I build our business.

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Michael Williams StoryCoaching's curator insight, December 5, 2014 6:56 AM

A storytelling culture creates a healthy organisation. Julie Dixon's work is well-researched and useful to anyone working to improve organisational health.

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Assess and Improve Your Business Leadership Skills

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Leadership skills is necessary for any any business owners and personnel in management positions. Great leaders are effective because they continue to grow and develop. The learning never stops no matter what position you are in!

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5 Questions Change Agents Use to Move People Forward

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Questions are better than statements when resistance is encountered - these are useful.

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7 Leadership Lessons from Game of Thrones

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Sex, murder, dragons, warring leaders, and a wall impossible to scale. Does this sound like any corporations you know today? Perhaps, but I am talking about Targaryens, Lannisters, Starks, and Baratheons in Game of Thrones.

 

Game of Thrones is set in a medieval world of knights, dragons, and magic, characterized by long, cold seasons, and populated with White Walkers. This most amazing and compelling TV series has captured the hearts and minds of people around the world. In the history of mankind, never has a TV series been so downloaded and watched, so are there leadership lessons we can take from this series?


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Well, even Game of Thrones can teach us something....

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rodrick rajive lal's curator insight, June 22, 2014 10:12 PM

Games can surely be  a good medium for teaching important life skills. In fact the use of, games and simulations are being researched as important tools in teaching across grades. One of the reasons why games and simulations can be effective pedagogical tools is that they provide for  experiential learning. Teaching Life Skills often proves to be a challenge especially since  the subject area is rather vast, and subjective in nature. It is as if you were trying to re-engineer the mindset of the learner. So, then how do you motivate a rather introverted learner to change? I guess role play, simulation and games might provide intrinsic motivation such that can never be provided through regular class room teaching which makes use of lectures, discussions and note taking. You need to feel the desire to lead from inside, and it is not about being told to lead!

donhornsby's curator insight, June 24, 2014 8:58 AM

(From the article): The fact is there have been many leaders in the Game of Thrones, but very few of them are good leaders. Is this true about corporations? Are good leaders hard to find? The fact is that there are few good leaders throughout history, and in corporations today. What can we do about that? “The single biggest way to impact an organization is to focus on leadership development. There is almost no limit to the potential of an organization that recruits good people, raises them up as leaders and continually develops them.” — John C Maxwell

Tania Tytherleigh's curator insight, June 28, 2014 8:46 PM

I'm sure there are many more but here's a good start!

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4 Priceless Lessons For All Working Mothers

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Through necessity, I've been a working mom my whole life. At times it was tough to balance all my responsibilities and if I was truly honest, I was the person who carried most of the burden and guilt. I strived for perfection, the desire to be superwoman, the commitment to be a perfect wife, the expectation to be a stellar employee, and an available daughter to attend to tasks for my aging parents. But most of all I wanted to be the best mom I could be. Having come out the other side of a vortex


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Remember; you are teaching your children all the time—whether you are physically with them or not.

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How To Handle Customer Complaints

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Customers are generally the lifeblood of a business, yet sometimes certain customers seem to suck the life out of business owners, through their propensity to complain when all is not to to their liking.


In reality, not only is it the customers right to complain when all is not to their satisfaction, but business owners should be grateful for complaints as they actually constitute unvarnished genuine feedback.


This excellent article, explains customer complaints handling as a business feedback mechanism, and it offers six tips to follow to ensure that issues raised by customers are resolved properly.

Jo Desailly's curator insight, September 9, 2014 5:51 PM

This source provides excellent guidelines and tips on handling client complaints.  The handling of complaints is important.  Handling complaints effectively is particularly beneficial for any business' bottom line and public relations.

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5 Steps to Building Business Through Relationships

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Bettina Ascaino's curator insight, July 11, 2014 12:47 PM

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Building a business, is very much linked to the levels of trust established between a business and all of those with who it deals, on a day in and day out basis.

 

This excellent article, suggests that strengthening a relationship and developing trust will always separate you from the competition, and it offers a five step process that can be followed to build great relationships.

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Ten Rules for Business Success

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Brilliant article.......a must for all who want a successfull  business!

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Daniel Watson's curator insight, July 6, 2014 11:39 AM


Success in business involves a lot more than simply turning up and going through the motions, and as in most areas of life, there are rules that if followed increase the chances of success.


In rare instances, a new business will break all of the rules and be wildly successful,  however in most cases ignoring the rules for success in business will lead to failure.


This excellent article, identifies from the perspective of a business coach, ten key rules that business owners should follow to ensure that they achieve their business dreams.


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Seven Ways to Make a Great First Impression.

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Alain Theriault MBA's curator insight, May 15, 2014 11:33 AM

Yes it's back to basics but, if you think you are not making a good impression as you would like, take a good hard look at each of these and ask yourself, which one you should improve on!

Chuck Devers's curator insight, May 19, 2014 8:09 AM

First impressions are critical- Remember, you can't "Un-ring the bell"

Joy Moore's curator insight, May 22, 2014 7:46 PM

Great tips for both interviews and networking

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The Most Effective Strategies for Success

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Based on thousands of diagnostics, we're starting to know what really works.

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Randy Bauer's curator insight, September 22, 2013 2:33 PM

A great article with research taking a look at the impact of strategies that are most effective in successfully setting and reaching your goals.

The Impactful Strategies are listed in order of effect magnitude.

Interestingly Grit, or the persistence over the long haul is at the top of the list.

Accomplishing a goal, or achievement, is linked to two important character traits related to our well-being, Grit and Self-Control.

It is noted by Martin Seligman in his book

Flourish ( http://amzn.to/WXGuER ;),that Achievement is related to our skill and knowledge of a task, or pursuit. 

To leverage accomplishment, spend more time on the task. This will increase the skill and knowledge.

Some people have that natural ability, or skill/knowledge base. Do they also have the Grit and Self-Control to persist at an endeavor? 

It comes down to if you want it bad enough, have the will to push through the hardtimes and obstacles, you can achieve what you want.

 

You Don't Need to be the Sharpest Stick, You Just Need to Stick with it.

 

It is a Choice You Have.

Agnes Ng's curator insight, May 16, 2014 1:47 AM

Learn the most impactful strategies for success. Besides this, take a quick Nine Things Diagnostics to learn your strengths and target your weaknesses. It would have a significant impact on success. 

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