Leadership

The Defining Traits Of A World Changer

Post written by Peter G. James Sinclair. Take a path less travelled by others and tread your own. Oh you may have to break open virgin territory that requires the use of a machete or a front-end loader, but that is the way of the pioneer. That is the trek of the adventurer. This Is […]

3 Effective Ways To Shape Your Leadership Skills

Post written by Jeffrey Fermin Leadership can feel great. However, leadership can leave you feeling complacent. And in the business world complacency often leads to stale business practices and across the board mediocrity. Complacency is never good, and yet it can be so easy to slump into it unknowingly. The best way to avoid complacency […]

Focus On Your Unique Strengths

Post written by Warren Cassell Jr. Warren Cassell Jr., a teenage businessman from the Caribbean, examines aquatic life and shares his findings in his new eBook, Swim or Drown: Business and Life Lessons I’ve Learned From the Ocean. Inspired by the vast expanse of the ocean, Cassell set out to discover why turtles are born […]

How Passion Makes The Impossible Possible

Post written by Scott Addis. Industry consultants spend a lot of time trying to understand people’s performance.  This includes, but is not limited to, an analysis of prospecting, sales skills, customer relationship management and differentiated business development initiatives.  The consultant’s performance indicators focus upon a host of quantifiable measures including the number of prospect calls, […]

5 Questions To Turbocharge Your 2014

Post written by Peter G. James Sinclair. As we embark upon a new year we have two choices. The first being that we can continue the way we always have, without making any significant changes to the way we do things. The second being that we can grab this new year by the scruff of […]

The Defining Qualities Of A Winning Team

Post written by Peter G. James Sinclair ‘There is no secret. Half of it is in the discernment to surround yourself with people who have good intentions. That’s something that’s taken me a long time, but now I finally feel the people I choose to go to battle with are all wearing the same armour.’ […]

The Benefits & Profile Of Volunteering

Post written by Jamie C. Amelio. Caring for Cambodia (CFC), which in ten years has built sixteen schools and now educates and provides two meals a day to 6,400 students, was started in my living room in Singapore by a handful of expatriates. Its backbone continues to be volunteers, now numbering many hundreds around the […]

Leadership Through The Power Of Posture

Post written by Peter G. James Sinclair. There have been times in the past when potential clients have put my sales team on the spot by demanding, ‘Convince me that I need….’ whatever product or service they require. They then lean back in their chair as if they are waiting for some performance to be […]

Tapping Into The Powerful Force Of Compassion

Post written by Peter G. James Sinclair. Etty Hillesum, a Jewish young woman, was 29 years old when she died in Auschwitz on November 1943. Both her diaries and her letters were published more than 40 years after her death, and what was revealed from all her writings was that she had a heart full […]

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