As research for his book Tools of Titans, self-help guru Tim Ferriss interviewed hundreds of world-class performers to learn about the habits, tools, and tactics they used to become successful. One of the themes that emerged from these interviews was that all problems in life should be tackled with a two-pronged strategy, involving both offensive and defensive tactics.
There are many barriers to communicating clearly in our modern world. Every day, people misunderstand one another, but they rarely realize there’s a problem until it’s too late. How can you make sure that you say what you mean—and that other people hear you? Here are two top insights from our latest release, TALKING TO STRANGERS by Malcolm Gladwell.
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“Success depends on three things: who says it, what he says, how he says it; of these three things, what he says is the least important.”
JOHN, VISCOUNT MORLEY OF BLACKBURN
Asking for More and make more money
“You may be disappointed if you fail, but you are doomed if you don’t try.”
Negotiating the Position, Not the Salary
Employers may not proposal you as little as they can get away with, but they don’t want to pay you more than they believe essential.
There is usually room to move. Many people don’t talk at all when they are offered a new career. They choose whether they want the job and either accept or reject the offer. If they talk at all, it is usually to attempt to resolve some particular difficulties that they anticipate will rise. Those people who do try to increase the financial terms of the early offer tend to approach the procedure as they would any other negotiations. The poorest they can do is say no. If they fix say no, ask them for the detailed goals required for you to qualify for a raise.
Do you believe there is some magic formula for building a winning team?
My answer is a “BIG No”. Teams are organic – they grow and change. If you invest time and energy in exploring how teams work, this will give you a reward far beyond your expectations.
If you were an avid observer of nature, you would know that animals and plants assemble together in groups and work mutually in order to help each other (and ultimately themselves). Together, they reach goals that would have been out of reach for a single individual. In this sense, humans are no different. We are social creatures and many of our goals and motivations require us to work closely together with other people.
Every day leadership insights, leaders have to face challenges, take the heat and embrace pressures. Then how do they inspire their teams to show up and rise up to the challenge ahead? How do they motivate their people to stand up for each other and sacrifice with a selfless attitude?
When you lead a team which is on a winning spree, leadership becomes a privilege. You enjoy the role. And you become better at leading teams. Leading great teams doesn’t happen overnight. It takes time. It requires highest level of self-leadership.
How do you prevent one person overshadowing everyone else on team?
Everything in a team grows and declines because of leadership. Quality of leadership is the quality of a team. A leader does make a massive impact on the overall team achievement and leadership determines success.
A CEO in our recent team development assignment puts it this way: “It is unfortunate that many managers want to stimulate the development of high-performance teams, but do not see themselves as active players in the process.”
Is your smartphone draining your time?
The research early evidence does suggest that frequent cell phone use has been found to reduce memory shorten attention spans and reduce cognitive ability.
Let’s be factual: app developers and social media experience experts have already admitted they design their apps to be addictive. If you’re feeling strapped for time and emotionally exhausted by the technology, yet catch for your phone whenever you need a distraction—well, you are not alone.
Millions of people have established the same habit. We’ll share how to break your smartphone addiction. Are you ready to break that bad habit? So are we. It doesn’t matter if you are a high school student or a doctor. We are trying to break our bad habits and implementing good ones.
Layers of behavior Change:
There are three layers of behavior change:
Today’s insight comes from THE NEW ONE MINUTE MANAGER by Ken Blanchard and Spencer Johnson.
Good managers never make decisions for other people.
The best bosses know how to avoid the temptation to micromanage. Instead of guiding employees by helping them make decisions, good managers sit back and listen. They facilitate engagement, rather than dictate behavior. By encouraging employees to think for themselves, a hands-off manager can expect excellent results—often in record time.
No one wants to be criticized, whether it’s in a performance evaluation or in an argument at home. But feedback is a good thing—and if we can learn to control our kneejerk negativity upon hearing it, we’d all be better off. Here are two key insights from THANKS FOR THE FEEDBACK, our latest release.
What’s going on Sports Wars and year after year we hear this call for the Washington Redskins to change their name and year after year team owner Dan Snyder answers with the same thing never we will never change the Washington Redskins name. But this time it’s going to be interesting to see what happens because with everything going on in the world right now, we know corporations are bending over backward for anyone that complaints about anything that could potentially be insensitive.