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TODAY'S LEADERSHIP MANTRA: Mastermind Alliance.

TODAY'S LEADERSHIP MANTRA: Mastermind Alliance. | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it

What inspire me this principle: In life as in business, people who are around us always make the difference. Indeed, being with the right people at the right time is a big part of success. As the song says, "everybody needs somebody" it's true because it is important to have partners and / or mentor to duplicate our strength to achieve our goals more easily.

 

As a leader, we must open our eyes to meet the right people with the same mentality and the same passions that we, to make the path together and lead the team to success.

 

Napoleon Hill (YouTube) about the second principle: http://bit.ly/vxDlxB

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17 Unproductive Habits to Let Go

17 Unproductive Habits to Let Go | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it

Our daily life is full of unproductive habits and rituals that we execute – whether on a conscious or unconscious level. This makes us less efficient and productive than we could potentially be.


Obviously, just listing some avoidable habits is not enough. Because of this, I encourage you to check out Donald’s article on how to break bad habits. It gives a good foundation on how to actually start changing your habits from bad to good...


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Economic Treadmill: Why We Are Destined to Burn Out

Economic Treadmill: Why We Are Destined to Burn Out | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it

The amount of stress we endure is increasing because of our focus on efficiency. Stress is caused by uncertainty, more specifically, by doubts in our ability to handle something. As machines and computers handle more things that are predictable and certain, we are pressured to deal with more things that are unpredictable and uncertain. This inevitably leads to more stress. As soon as our tasks become predictable and certain, we automate them using our technology. The result of this process of streamlining is that we are increasingly called upon to use our, what I would call, irrational abilities, such as instincts, sensibilities, creativities, and interpersonal skills. These things are, by nature, unpredictable.

 

Take stock trading, for instance. When there were no computers to process the trades, the number of trades you could do in a day was limited...


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