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Psychology of feedback: How to give or receive valuable critique

Feedback is a gift, says business psychologist Dr Melanie Katzman. Giving or receiving feedback can be a formal part of our jobs, but in Dr Katzman's assessment, we often don't go far enough with feedback. Katzman suggests creating a psychological contract with a partner who you respect and trust. In that contract, you agree to exchange extremely honest feedback by mutual consent in a safe and trusting way.In this video, she lays out the rules for such a contract and how you can embark on one. T...
Tags: Psychology, Work, Productivity, Business, Life, Relationships, Trust, Success, Communication, Language, Innovation, Collaboration, Women In Business, Self, Goal-setting, Katzman


Master the skills of negotiating in everyday life

You're negotiating every day of your life, whether it's a huge business deal or something as small as getting the remote control from your partner, says Shark Tank investor Daymond John. Over 65 percent of communication is body language. Only seven percent is what you say. Using body language effectively is a simple way to shift power to your court during negotiations or strategically shift power over to others.Used-car salespeople have this down to a fine art, says John. They are the best becau...
Tags: Work, Motivation, Money, Entrepreneur, Success, Communication, Choice, Language, Innovation, Emotions, John, Speech, Shark Tank, Personal Growth, Goal-setting, Decision-making


5 effortless, science-backed changes to your isolation workspace that will improve productivity and mental health

Maintaining a proper morning routine (which involves getting dressed in work clothes) and structuring your work-from-home day as you would any other in-office workday can help boost productivity. Organizing your work station (the height of your desk, the use of a proper chair, the cleanliness of your work area) can also impact your mood and productivity levels. Adding a sense of joy and fun to your in-home work environment helps improve your mental state and work ethic, according to designer Ing...
Tags: Psychology, Health, Work, Learning, Environment, Happiness, Mindfulness, Mental Health, Creativity, Work-life balance, Innovation, Ikea, Consciousness, Mind, Goal-setting, Exeter University


How is the passion economy changing the way we look at jobs?

The widget economy has given way to something entirely different: the passion economy. Whereas the previous economy was fueled by mass production and homogeneity, growth in the passion economy involves more specialized products that less people want more intensely.This shift creates more dynamic, less linear career paths that evolve and change as you do. Ultimately, this will lead to more fulfilling and better paid work. The Passion Economy: The New Rules ...
Tags: Work, Money, Identity, Internet, Life, Brand, Economics, Personality, Creativity, Work-life balance, Innovation, Global development, Manufacturing, Self, Personal Growth, Goal-setting


Do these 3 things to be a stronger manager

One of the main responsibilities a manager has is to create an environment where employees can be more productive.The quality of work increases when people feel like they are a part of a team working towards a goal bigger than themselves.Three tips for creating that kind of work culture are learning to delegate, understanding the jobs of the people you manage, and connecting with as many employees on a one-on-one basis as possible. How to...
Tags: Work, Productivity, Leadership, Learning, Relationships, Happiness, Communication, Personality, Innovation, Personal Growth, Goal-setting, Decision-making


This 103-year-old philosopher's to-do list will get you through self-isolation

Like everybody else, Romanian philosopher Mihai Sora is stuck inside. He is keeping busy for a 103-year-old man, and keeping the world up to date on his indoor adventures with Facebook. His to-do list is impressive, but not so impressive it can't be used by most people. The social isolation necessitated by COVID-19 is difficult for a lot of people. Between being mostly stuck inside, having reduced contact with other people, and the creeping boredom that comes after you've done everything on your...
Tags: Facebook, Parenting, Youtube, France, Life, Nazis, Nasa, Virus, Nature, Innovation, Romania, Philosophy, Goal-setting, Pierre Boulez, Bob Ross, Calvert Journal


What Shark Tank investor Daymond John looks for in a business pitch

As a successful entrepreneur, investor, and one of the stars of 'Shark Tank,' Daymond John is used to being pitched business ideas. In this interview, he shares what separates bad pitches from great pitches.Beyond the idea, how well (or not) he and potential business partners will work together is a big factor. Proof that the person did their research and some of the legwork before hand also goes a long way. Powershift: Transform Any Situ...
Tags: Work, Productivity, Motivation, Business, Leadership, Money, Life, Finance, Failure, Entrepreneur, Success, Communication, Investment, Innovation, Self, Personal Growth


Which stress personality are you?

Stress is a complex defense mechanism that is highly personal and can vary depending on the situation.Your personality greatly impacts how you cope with stress, research suggests. You can learn how to cope with your day-to-day stressors by understanding which "stress personality type" you are. Which stress personality are you? Stress is a complex defense mechanism that is highly personal and can vary depending on the situation. How we feel stress, how our bodies react to it, how we cope with it...
Tags: Motivation, Failure, Mindfulness, Mental Health, Personality, Innovation, Fear, Emotions, Self, Personal Growth, Goal-setting, Don, Decision-making, Mary Dempcy, Rene Tihista


There are 5 different financial personalities. Which one are you?

There are 5 major financial personality types: big spenders, savers, shoppers, debtors, and investors. Your money personality explains why you spend (and save) money the way you do in your day-to-day life. Knowing your money personality can help you understand how to make your money work for you, how to save more, and overall how to make smarter financial choices. The 5 Money Personalities As human beings, we have a lot of things in common. You don't have to look further than your family or fri...
Tags: Psychology, Work, Money, Finance, Future, Mindfulness, Work-life balance, Innovation, Emotions, Savers, Personal Growth, Goal-setting, Investopedia, Decision-making


How to manage self-inflicted stress

Stress is a complex defense mechanism that we experience in relation to either internal or external threats.Self-inflicted stress is stress we inflict upon ourselves with our emotional and behavioral responses to certain situations. An example of self-inflicted stress would be your car breaking down on the morning of an important meeting because your "check engine" let had been on, but you ignored it. There are a few ways for you to cope with self-inflicted internal and external stressors, put f...
Tags: Motivation, Life, Failure, Mindfulness, Mental Health, Depression, Anxiety, Innovation, Fear, Emotions, Goal-setting, Don, Klein, Decision-making, Amelia Aldao, Aldao


How a healthy sex life can earn you more money

A 2013 study associated more frequent sex with higher income rates. The initial hypothesis suggested that medical, psychological and physical positive effects of sexual activity could influence wage factors in working adults.Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs all tie in with a healthy sex life, according to several studies listed below.Scoring high on Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs is directly linked to securing and maintaining high-wage income and making smarter financial decisions. A 2013 paper writt...
Tags: Health, Productivity, UK, Money, Relationships, Love, Future, Happiness, Success, Communication, Debt, Investment, Mindfulness, Mental Health, Innovation, Personal Growth


Learning Resources to Help You Keep Up With Your Growing Business

Effective strategies for managing a growing business change all the time—the onus is on the owner to develop a mindset of continuous education. It's in your best interest to identify learning resources in a few key areas that are critical for growing your business. Let's focus on debt consolidation, business loan attainment, supply chain  management and sales and marketing tracking because they all affect your ability to generate positive cash flow and ensure that your operations solidly...
Tags: Money, Entrepreneurship, Careers, Goal Setting, Fundera, Best Practices, Small Business Administration, Handy Resources, Creativity & Innovation, Attitude & Motivation, Continuing Education, Debt Consolidation When


Answer these 4 questions to become a better leader

The difference between mediocre, good, and great leaders lies in how they answer a few key questions regarding vision, intent, plans of action.According to executive coach Peter Fuda, great leaders are not only able to answer the where, what, and how of a business plan, but they can also articulate why the business should exist beyond capitalistic goals.All other things being equal, it's the motive that ultimately determines success or failure.
Tags: Work, Motivation, Leadership, Learning, Life, Failure, Entrepreneur, Success, Communication, Innovation, Personal Growth, Goal-setting, Peter Fuda, Decision-making


How to make healthy financial choices every day, according to a financial psychologist

There is a psychological connection between your emotions and your spending habits. Many people live in a "reactionary" mode where they spend money in reaction to the day's events.Living in "intention mode" can help you reframe daily financial decisions - "how will this get me closer to my future goals?" Financial psychologist Dr. Tracy Thomas shares her tips for harnessing the power of emotion and intent to create a healthy, financially stable life. How your emotions drive your financial habi...
Tags: Psychology, Money, Finance, Entrepreneur, Success, Debt, Investment, Intelligence, Mindfulness, Innovation, Emotions, Personal Growth, Goal-setting, Thomas, Brian Tracy, Potential


Keeping It Real: How to master the art of execution

On this edition of “Keeping It Real,” a recurring podcast series on Inman, Peter Lorimer goes through the vital steps of following through. 
Tags: Opinion, Goals, Lifestyle, Goal Setting, Validation, Action, Radio, Fear, Agent, Winning, Execution, Columns, Expectations, Night Routine, Prospect, Setting Goals


5 Best Personal Development Books to Help You Reach Your Goals

5 Best Personal Development Books to Help You Reach Your Goals is a post originally published on: Everything Finance - Everything Finance - Its all about Money!My goal is to read more books this year. Reading books is relaxing and a great way to learn something new from experts without having to spend too much money. I think many of us set goals each year to improve our finances, get healthier, start a new venture or remodel our homes but we forget to include personal development in that list.If...
Tags: Career, Facebook, Marketing, Goal Setting, Grant, Personal Development, Career Goals, Don, Rachel, Grant Cardone, Chris Bailey, Everything Finance Everything Finance, Rachel Hollis, Caroline Miller


Time-Saving Ways to Stay Up to Date on Market Trends

Business success today depends on understanding, in real time, what your customers need and what types of competitive strategies are the most effective. After all, there’s nothing worse than spending precious resources launching a new product or service that ultimately flops in the marketplace. Fortunately, advancing technology makes it possible to conduct competitive market research more rapidly than in the past. Let’s explore how to conduct a market analysis efficiently, as well as strategies ...
Tags: Google, Business, Entrepreneurship, Careers, Goal Setting, Personal Development, Best Practices, Creativity & Innovation, Continuing Education, Chattermill, Time Saving Ways


You’re An ADRENALINE JUNKIE! How to Kick Your Addiction and Find a Healthier Energy Source to THRIVE

 HOOKED ON CHAOS? Love solving problems? Wait until the last moment to hit a deadline? You may have a drug problem. Many people today are hooked on a commonly abused, yet elusive drug whose widespread use seems to be flying under our radar. That drug of choice is adrenaline. Especially in today’s society, with the constant push to produce more, an overwhelming to-do list, tight deadlines, intense competition in the marketplace and pressure to perform, responding to hundred of emails a day a...
Tags: Accountability, Career, Coaching Salespeople, Executive Coaching, Goal Setting, Leadership, Management Tips, Sales Leadership, Sales Management, Keith Rosen


Don’t Make a New Year’s Resolution. Create a Start-Stop-Continue Plan Instead.

Real change requires more than just doing something new. It also involves stopping what doesn’t work and continuing what’s already working well. When I work with leaders and organizations looking to create change and innovate, I always tell them the same thing: strategy is as much about what you don’t do, as it is about what you decide to do. It’s natural to look for ...
Tags: Strategy, Management, Goal Setting, Innovation, Business Strategy


The worst time of middle age? When you’re 47.

In 132 countries, a clear U shape is seen in happiness in the late 40s. The study controls for influencing factors in arriving at its conclusions. Three possible reasons for a post-middle-age return to happiness are suggested. None It's a good-news, bad-news thing. The bad new first: Statistically speaking, according to a a new study and companion paper, if your 47th birthday was 73 days ago, this is the worst time of your life. (That means you're 47.2 years old in case you're too depressed t...
Tags: Life, Aging, Happiness, Depression, Dartmouth, Innovation, Emotions, Middle age, Personal Growth, Goal-setting, David Blanchflower, Blanchflower, National Bureau of Economic Research It, Branchflower


Dollars and Sense: How to get more out of your career

If you’re looking to tap into the potential that your real estate career holds — whether it’s money, satisfaction or enjoyment — we’ve got 10 suggestions for helping you make your job more gratifying this year.
Tags: Productivity, Video, Class, Education, Goals, Content Marketing, Goal Setting, Investing, Investment, Niche, Radio, Agent, Time Management, Content, Columns, Certifications


When is enough, enough? Don’t overextend for baseless goals

Don’t just pull a random number out of the air. Take time to look at how you want to live, analyze your sales data and develop some real goals.
Tags: Opinion, Goals, Goal Setting, Radio, Agent, Agents, Setting Goals, Agent Appreciation, Theme-month-202001, Agent Appreciation Month, Candy Miles Crocker


Should Churches Set Goals?

Previously, I was a part of a church that put a substantial amount of time and effort into creating a strategic plan each year that included very specific, numerical goals. I remember one year in particular in which the staff and elders were feeling especially inspired. We thought God was leading us to set a goal of growing our Sunday attendance by a dramatic amount, something like 30% in one year. We did a lot of good things that year… but increasing Sunday attendance 30% didn’t happen. That ca...
Tags: Facebook, Web Design, Goals, Religion, Search Marketing, Jesus, John, Christ, Metrics, Communications, Goal-setting, Don, Holy Spirit, Facebook Twitter Pinterest, OurChurch Com, Strategic Planning


If TIME is MONEY Then Your Daily ROUTINE Is Priceless. How to WIN the Race Against Time

  Do you treat your time like your money? If you’re like most people, the answer is, “Not even close.” Here’s why, and what you can do to protect the most valuable, non-negotiable asset you have. TIME. [Author: Keith Rosen]
Tags: Career, Videos, Sales, Accountability, Goal Setting, Time Management Tips, Sales Coaching, Keith Rosen, Life Balance


If You Pursue Growth and a Vision You Will Never Be Unemployed

Having a goal or vision will propel you towards greater career success and happiness. Without a purpose, you will find yourself depressed and ultimately fail to achieve your goals. Do not subscribe... By Harrison Barnes
Tags: Featured, Careers, Goal Setting, Unemployment, Least Passionate, Pursuit Of Growth, Sort Of Goal


A New Year’s resolution to make a difference: Help others.

Most New Year's resolutions are self-directed and enjoy a failure rate of about 80 percent. Research has shown that selfless giving can enhance happiness, improve your health, and even extend your life. Resolving to help others can help you keep your resolution this year. None Every New Year's Eve, we determine to make the next year better than the last. We promise ourselves that we'll eat healthier, get more exercise, save more money, and make more friends. Yet we neglect those New Year's res...
Tags: Health, Motivation, Life, Time, Happiness, Compassion, Innovation, Community, National Institutes of Health, Morality, Aristotle, Personal Growth, Health Psychology, Givewell, Goal-setting, Don


Episode #11: New Year’s Goals

Happy Monday! It’s our last episode of 2019 and we want to say the BIGGEST thank you! 2019 was such a fulfilling year for us and we’re so glad we finally took the leap to start this podcast. Thank you to the over 500 of you who have taken the time to leave us a review! We appreciate you! If you haven’t yet, be sure to subscribe to our podcast wherever you prefer to listen. That way you will automatically receive an episode update every week (and it’s totally free!). You can stream the episode...
Tags: Podcast, Goal Setting, Jeremy, Dslr, Emma, Elsie, Larson


New decade: new you! Four transformative resolutions to try

As 2019 winds to a close, making New Year’s resolutions has an added sense of importance. It’s not just another new year ahead of us, it’s a new decade. Here are four resolutions you can put into practice right now that might transform your life and business.
Tags: Sponsored, Real Estate, Charity, Goal Setting, Planning, Radio, Giving, Mentor, Business Plan, Forecasting, Self-care, Brokerage, RE/MAX, Charitable Donation, Kerry McGovern, 2020 Business Plan


Coaches Corner Video – If You Want a Great Life – Schedule One

Do you have a daily routine you ALWAYS follow that details every activity you need to engage in from the time you wake up, until the time you end your day that moves you closer to achieving your goals, while maintaining the balance, joy, health and harmony you want in your life? While the answer is typically, “No,” this is your opportunity to design the life you want. It’s really this simple: If You Want to Create a Great Life, Then Schedule One. Either you will choose to own your day – or it...
Tags: Videos, Family, Podcast, Leadership, Happiness, Sales, Goal Setting, Gratitude, Time Management Tips, Sales Coaching, Keith Rosen, Life Balance


Goal Setting for the New Year – Girlfriend Advice on going after your Dreams

Another New Year, and still time for small dreams to come true. (unknown) One of the seriously awesome thing about true friends is how they support you and your dreams. (Can I hear an ‘Amen!’?!) Those girlfriends who always see the beauty in you, believe in you, want the best for you – they’re worth their weight in homemade toffee. As we get ready for the New Year, now is that special time of year to define our goals for the coming year. We’re not talking New Year’s Resolutions, those are goo...
Tags: Life, Friends, Goals, Friendship, Goal Setting, Inspire, Oprah, Dreams, New Years, Toastmaster, Girlfriends, Girlfriend INSPIRATION