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ProTip: The Most Wonderful, Distracting Time of Year

Posted by Michelle Nitchie

Nov 7, 2017 9:04:00 AM

Winning Teams.pngAll winning teams are goal oriented.  Teams like these win consistently because everyone connected with them concentrates on specific objectives.  They go about their business with blinders on; nothing will distract them from achieving their aims.

-Alexander Graham Bell

 

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Topics: Business Skills, Goals, Job Satisfaction, Self Improvement

12 Rules of Being a Successful Manager

Posted by Jana Love

Jun 27, 2017 9:04:00 AM

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There is so much to learn from those who have proven themselves to be great in their field. So who better to learn from than the great hotelier himself, Bill Marriott. I have enormous respect for this man and the empire that his family built beginning in 1927 with a nine-stool root beer stand that grew into the Hot Shoppes Restaurant chain and evolved into today’s Marriott International hotel company. His success is obvious, but what I love about this company is the attention to important details that are always put forth by a simple, basic, and very actionable message, as you can see above in Mr. Marriott's 12 Rules of Being a Successful Manager. This is how 90 years later Marriott business is more than booming. 

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Topics: Leadership and Management, Self Improvement

ProTip: Uncover Happiness, Large and Small

Posted by Michelle Nitchie

May 23, 2017 9:04:00 AM

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Topics: Goals, Managing Stress, Job Satisfaction, Self Improvement, Growth

ProTip: Building a Fence Can Make You Less Stressed

Posted by Michelle Nitchie

Mar 21, 2017 9:04:00 AM

Clear Boundaries.pngThink about the last three times you became upset about something in your personal life.  It's almost a certainty that at least one of those situations was caused by the fact that your limits were crossed.  You probably didn't articulate those limits in advance.  For example, your neighbor comes over unannounced to chat.  You have only a few minutes to spare, but you fail to tell your visitor.  Out of kindness, you listen while your blood pressure rises as the neighbor talks for an hour.  

-Michael C. Donaldson, Negotiating for Dummies

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Topics: Managing Stress, Communication, Demonstrating Consideration, Difficult Situations, Self Improvement

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