Everything you need to know about motivating yourself

Performance Appraisals

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Performance Appraisals

Performance Appraisals

Management is ultimately about getting things done through others. Without a structured and clear approach to managing performance, where employees know what is expected of them and how they should approach their role, a manager is unable to effectively meet the level of productivity that is required. This will reflect badly on them and can impact on their own development.

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Front Line retail selling Tips

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Front Line retail selling Tips

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Greeting Customers in Retail

A lot of things happen. They all take place within the first couple of minutes after a customer enters your store. They immediately do a visual assessment: How does the store look? Is the merchandise appealing? Is the store welcoming?

When you first greet the customer, you are selling yourself first, the store second, the experience third, and the merchandise last. You want to get the customer feeling comfortable in the store

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A Guide to Overcoming the Fear of Public Speaking

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A Guide to Overcoming the Fear of Public Speaking

The Skill of Speaking Enthusiastically You have been asked to make twenty prospecting calls, or you are giving a speech to a room of strangers and timidity and fear is taking you over or putting it another way the butterflies are gathering inside your stomach. While emotions are not immediately subject to reason, they will respond to physical and mental action, particularly when preceded by reason. If when talking to a prospect you experience timidity in any form of fear, you can immediately overcome it by speaking enthusiastically. Because when you speak enthusiastically you then act enthusiastically. When you act...

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What Successful People Do When Faced with the Fear of Failure

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What Successful People Do When Faced with the Fear of Failure

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Now is the time to memorise these self-motivators. Here is an example: Let’s say you decide to make 20 prospecting calls, but you are hesitant, timid or even hesitant to start. If you have repeated these self-motivators frequently enough, day by day so that they become part of you, you will find that like a flash of inspiration your sub-conscious mind will picture in your conscious mind

  • Success is achieved by those who try and keep on trying…DO IT NOW
  • When there is nothing to lose by trying and a great deal to gain if successful – By all means try…DO IT NOW
  • When the going gets tough, the tough get going…DO IT NOW
And if you develop the habit always to act on any constructive idea in response to DO IT NOW (Which self-motivator we term a self-starter), you will immediately make those prospecting calls.

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Increase Your Success Rate with a Definiteness of Purpose

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Increase Your Success Rate with a Definiteness of Purpose

Increase Your Success Rate with a Definiteness of Purpose

Increase Your Success Rate with a Definiteness of Purpose

Let me start this article by defining success according to the oxford dictionary and following that by using the acronym S.U.C.C.E.S.S and give you the formula for success.

“Successful as defined in the oxford dictionary: - Accomplishing a desired aim or result or Having achieved fame, wealth, or social status.”

I will now share with you my formula for success regardless of what your goal may be and it fits into a number of Napoleon Hills 17 Success Principles.

Stay focused

Understand your limitations

Consult with your mastermind alliance

Create a clear plan

Enthusiasm for your end goal

Strong desire to achieve your goal

Support from your team

Failure is not an option

United effort

Live your vision

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