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The Top 5 Myths Of The Chronically Unsuccessful

The Top 5 Myths Of The Chronically Unsuccessful | Success | Scoop.it
Are you struggling to find work, generate business or create the success you want? These top 5 career myths might be holding you back.

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Training Spider: 10 Ways to Build Great Leadership in Turbulent Times

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Inside the Mind of the Entrepreneur

Inside the Mind of the Entrepreneur | Success | Scoop.it

Feldman is a "creative thinker," one of the key entrepreneurial strengths identified by significant new research into entrepreneurship. Over five years, Gallup, the global research and consulting firm, studied more than 4,000 founders to understand the talents that foster business creation and growth, and determined the 10 most significant. The organization then created an online assessment tool to measure those talents in individuals. The tool is the latest iteration of Gallup's very popular StrengthsFinder methodology, introduced by Marcus Buckingham and Donald O. Clifton in their 2001 best-selling book, Now, Discover Your Strengths.

 


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Kay Summers's curator insight, August 21, 1:29 AM

Percentages to consider in mind

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Jill L Nelson's curator insight, August 26, 1:53 PM

There is a gold mine of good information in this article if you want to be successful as an entrepreneur.  PS you don't have to be in the top 500, just focus on the skills you need to cultivate to build a better business.

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21 Ways to Motivate Yourself

21 Ways to Motivate Yourself | Success | Scoop.it

You'd like to think you are going to be just as motivated and enthusiastic on Day 1,672 of work as you were when you first began.

 

But sometimes we can all use a bit of help to keep going.

 

In the face of the inevitable obstacles you are going to encounter, here are ideas that have worked for me, my friends who run both entrepreneurial and micro businesses, and others I talked to.

 

1. Necessity.  This one is incredibly underrated which is why I put it first. You have bills that have to be paid and employees who are counting on you. If those two things won't keep you going, I don't know what will.

 


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Vicki Kossoff @ The Learning Factor's curator insight, July 27, 4:52 PM

Surely a few ideas on this list will work for you.

Protek Cnc Technology's curator insight, July 28, 1:07 AM

Self efficacy, brain performance and motivation.

What are you doing to improve your way to work?

And your life approach?

Empower yourself... by the heart!

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7 Steps to Take Back Your Personal Power - Inspir3

7 Steps to Take Back Your Personal Power - Inspir3 | Success | Scoop.it
Self empowerment is the building block of a happy healthy life. Learn these ways to reclaim your personal power.

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The greatest limitations you will ever face will be those you place on yourself

The greatest limitations you will ever face will be those you place on yourself | Success | Scoop.it
The greatest limitations you will ever face will be those you place on yourself. - Denis Waitley (more quotes and sayings by Denis Waitley) Quoting him, "If you believe you can, you probably can. If you believe you won’t, you most assuredly won't.

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Training Spider: Get set GO! How to motivate yourself with rewards

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8 Inner Keys To Greater Career Happiness and Success

8 Inner Keys To Greater Career Happiness and Success | Success | Scoop.it
Waiting for happiness and success to fall in your lap? Revise these 8 inner processes instead.

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The Keys to Success

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Keys to Success. #Quote #Motivation #Leadership pic.twitter.com/SPtiKmlePt
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Are You Too Tentative? Four Ways To Take Smarter Risks, Not Just Safe Ones

Are You Too Tentative? Four Ways To Take Smarter Risks, Not Just Safe Ones | Success | Scoop.it
When weighing a risk, potential losses tend to loom larger than potential gains. That is, we tend to focus more on what might go wrong ? what we might lose or sacrifice ? than what might go right.

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Study: For Greater Happiness, Spend Money on These - WebMD

Study: For Greater Happiness, Spend Money on These - WebMD | Success | Scoop.it
Medical Xpress Study: For Greater Happiness, Spend Money on These WebMD WEDNESDAY, April 2, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Buying so-called "life experiences" makes Americans happier than material goods such as cars, but they tend to favor the latter in...

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How To Be Emotionally Intelligent At Work

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Is your IQ equal to your EQ? They need to be, if you're going to be successful. Learn how to be emotionally intelligent at work.

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The Science Behind Why You Procrastinate In The Afternoon (and How To Stop)

The Science Behind Why You Procrastinate In The Afternoon (and How To Stop) | Success | Scoop.it
It’s 3 p.m. and you find yourself struggling to focus on work. You can’t seem to stop checking Facebook. Instead of being productive, you welcome distractions like text messages and co-workers coming...

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How to Stop Overthinking Everything: 9 Simple Habits

How to Stop Overthinking Everything: 9 Simple Habits | Success | Scoop.it
What is holding people back from the life that they truly want to live? I’d say that one very common and destructive thing is that they think too much. They overthink every little problem until it becomes bigger and scarier

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(From the article): In this article I would like to share 9 habits that have helped me in a big, big way to become a simpler and smarter thinker and to live a happier and less fearful life.

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5 Cognitive Biases That Affect Your Work Success

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The human brain is one of the most powerful instruments in the world (simulating a single second of human brain activity would require almost 83,000 processors). We have the ingenuity to build civilizations, feed billions of people and form organized societies governed by a common set of laws. In spite of its cleverness, our brain (being …

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Ron McIntyre's curator insight, August 25, 2:15 PM

Interesting point of view.  What do you think?

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Too Late To Start? Why Success Doesn't Have An Expiration Date - Gulf Elite Magazine

Too Late To Start? Why Success Doesn't Have An Expiration Date - Gulf Elite Magazine | Success | Scoop.it
Does success really have an expiration date? Is there an actual deadline you have to meet before you can’t be successful? And if you answered yes to all of these questions, what’s the best age to succeed? Let me break it down for you; success has, with no exceptions what so ever, no expiration date. It’s never [...]
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Making mindfulness work at work | News in Mind

Making mindfulness work at work | News in Mind | Success | Scoop.it

Over the past few months I’ve constantly been asked by companies we consult to about mindfulness and specifically, how leaders and entire organisations can harness the benefits. Mindfulness has become the plat du jour in corporate performance.


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Self-control is essential


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Young Spirits's curator insight, July 1, 7:17 AM

Dan Ariely talks about self-control and the effects of the choices we make in our day-to-day lives. By using a vivid personal description Dan stimulates you to evaluate your choices.

Deborah Orlowski, Ph.D.'s curator insight, July 17, 1:36 PM

Very cool TedX speech. Unfortunately there are few solutions in it but some very good explanations of why we often don't change our behaviors/habits.  Perhaps the solutions are up to us.  We each need our unique bad habit stoppers?  

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35 Tips on How Not to Offend Your International Business Partners (Infographic)

35 Tips on How Not to Offend Your International Business Partners (Infographic) | Success | Scoop.it
From how you eat to how you dress, a look at how your behavior could be interpreted by your customers, colleagues and clients in different countries.
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7 things really persuasive people do

Sometimes you absolutely have to make your point. Here are 7 tips on how to do it effectively with style and grace.

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"Urgency and immediacy are often the enemies of real persuasion. It's possible to close a less significant sale through urgency, but deep ideas require time and thought to take root. Great persuaders bring you along in your own time. "

Michael Binzer's curator insight, June 10, 2:35 AM

Learn from the best

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Here’s The Key To Success That You’ve Been Searching For

Here’s The Key To Success That You’ve Been Searching For | Success | Scoop.it
Many people are working really hard at work and hope that one day they’ll be really successful. If you’re one of these people, take a moment to think about what you really want and what you’re chasing for.

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Success Requires Pessimistic Optimism

Success Requires Pessimistic Optimism | Success | Scoop.it
At a recent conference, Stanford's Bob Sutton explained what he thinks are the most important ways a team can achieve balance.

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Why Failing Well Is the Key to Success

Why Failing Well Is the Key to Success | Success | Scoop.it

Failure is how we learn. The problem is, argues Megan McArdle, we’re forgetting that truth. We are becoming too risk-averse and that is bad for our children, for our personal lives, for our companies, and for our country.

 

While we tend to treat success as finite and failure as disaster, the reality is that in order to be successful, we must learn how to harness the power of failure. In The Up Side Down, McArdle explains why.



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The Difference Between Successful and Very Successful People

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Young Spirits's curator insight, April 9, 4:06 PM

What's the key to success? Greg McKeown, a talented young author from the San Francisco Bay Area, argues that it's merely a matter of mind state. The most successful people are those who are absurdly selective and who focus on what they can do better, regardless of what the outside world thinks or does. McKeown chooses the term 'essentialism' to describe this attitude to life – and he even wrote a book about the subject: http://tinyurl.com/nrq77u4.

Deborah Orlowski, Ph.D.'s curator insight, July 17, 1:55 PM

This is a fantastic article.  Are you ready to be VERY successful while slowing down?  

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How Finding Your Purpose Protects Your Brain: A Neuroscientist Explains

How Finding Your Purpose Protects Your Brain: A Neuroscientist Explains | Success | Scoop.it
What is your purpose in life? Your passion. Your bliss. Your calling … Whatever you call it, we’re all searching for it to some extent. Mastin Kipp’s words sum it up for me: “Your bliss and your

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Practice Not As Important As Thought For Success

Practice Not As Important As Thought For Success | Success | Scoop.it

A new study shows that the "10,000 hour rule" might be a lot less important than previously touted. 
In 1993, K. Anders Ericsson and his colleagues published a paper suggesting that practicing for 10,000 hours was how many people made it to the top of their fields. The paper, which looked at elite violinists at the Music Academy of West Berlin, was popularized by Malcolm Gladwell’s 2008 book “Outliers.” Gladwell again harped on the concept in a2013 New Yorker piece. Gladwell’s emphatic kicker stated, “In cognitively demanding fields, there are no naturals.”

 

A new study may give Gladwell pause. According to Popular Science, a scientific study published in the journal Intelligence states, ”we have empirical evidence that deliberate practice, while important, is not as important as Ericsson has argued it is — evidence that it does not largely account for individual differences in performance.” 

 

 


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