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A negotiation coach gives her advice on asking for a pay rise — including what to do if you have a job offer elsewhere

Fotini IconomopoulosFotini Iconomopoulos With millions of people quitting and firms boosting pay, now is a good time to ask for a pay rise.  Insider asked negotiations expert Fotini Iconomopoulos for tips on how to ask for a raise. Explain why a raise would benefit your employer — and don't threaten to quit, she said.  Asking for a pay rise can be uncomfortable — but with the record numbers of people leaving their jobs prompting some employers to boost wages, now is an ideal time to try f...
Tags: Work, Careers, Success, Trends, Strategy, Career Advice, Negotiation, Stephen Jones, Payrise, Fotini Iconomopoulos, Iconomopoulos


How this $1M top producer takes charge of his day

If you don’t own your time, you’ll never be able to operate at your highest potential. How do the most successful real estate pros approach their day? Here's what this million-dollar top producer does, hour by hour.
Tags: Productivity, Video, Success, Service, Radio, Agent, Schedule, Columns, Brokerage, Select, Tom Toole, Jimmy Burgess, Productive activities


7 real estate lessons from ‘7 habits of highly effective people’

Stephen R. Covey's time-tested self-help book, "7 Habits of Highly Effective People," has been an empowering read for anyone looking to truly grow themselves personally and professionally. Here's how you can harness the power of this book that has been a must-read for decades and apply it to your real estate career. 
Tags: Video, Habits, Success, Service, Radio, Agent, Columns, Proactive, Stephen Covey, Brokerage, Select, Stephen R Covey, Success Habits, 7 Habits of Highly Effective People


Four Things That Google Learned About Managers

The best managers practice these four habits Image Credit: zilupe Follow We all know who Google is, right? Well it turns out that they like data and they like processing data. What this means for managers is that Google spends their time collecting data about how managers are using their manager skills to manage their teams and then they process that data. They used to think that the smartest people made the best managers, turns out that they were wrong – they needed to get some ma...
Tags: Decisions, Google, Leadership, Careers, Success, Manager, Career Development, Performance, Well-being, Collaborate, Jim Anderson, Inclusive, Time Every, Team Environment, IT manager skills, IT manager training


12 Simple Secrets to Success

The road to success is a long and winding one, but these simple secrets will help yo stay on the straight and narrow path to BIGG success. Click the player to listen to this episode of The BIGG Success Show Podcast. Below is a summary of our discussion. Our friend Jim Bouchard, The Sensei Leader, […] The post 12 Simple Secrets to Success appeared first on Bigg Success. [click the title link above to read our full post]
Tags: Podcast, Wisdom, Advice, Goals, Careers, Success, Secrets, Personal Development, Bigg Success, George Krueger, Mary-lynn Foster, The Bigg Success Show, Jim Bouchard, Bigg, The Professor And Mary-lynn


[Interview] Jeffrey A. Martinovich, Author Of “Just One More: The Wisdom Of Bob Vukovich”

Jeffrey A. Martinovich, author of "Just One More: The Wisdom of Bob Vukovich", shares how not just to find success, but how to have success find you. The post [Interview] Jeffrey A. Martinovich, Author Of “Just One More: The Wisdom Of Bob Vukovich” appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Interview, Interviews, Success, Self Awareness, Self Improvement, Achieving Success, Jeffrey Martinovich, Jeffrey A Martinovich, Bob Vukovich


Forget the Seat At the Table and Just Do the Work That Needs To Be Done

Women often say, “I want a seat at the table.” For many business women, especially business women of color, a seat at the table is a hard-earned symbol of success in a company. So, what if instead of longing for a seat at the table, we flip it?  Reflect on what a seat at the table means to you and how you can flip the table to be more inclusive, open, and exactly what you envision it to be.If you can't do that, I invite you to forget the seat at the table and just do the work that needs to be ...
Tags: Sales, Success, Business Women, Laurel Delaney, Women Entrepreneurs, Starting your own business, Flip It, Seat At The Table, Vision Of Growth


Is Your Leadership Driving Success Or Pushing Mediocrity?

If you’re in the leadership space, it’s hard not to notice the ongoing debate over remote working versus getting everyone to return to the office. While every industry and organization has to decide for themselves what’s the best approach to take for everyone involved, there’s been a number of key ... Click to continue reading
Tags: Motivation, Leadership, Success, Recent Posts, Shared Purpose, Organizational Culture, Leadership Biz Cafe


How to Dream Bigger

We take on the common misconception that people who dream and succeed BIGG aren’t constrained by the same forces that the rest of us are. Click the player to listen to this episode of The BIGG Success Show Podcast. Below is a summary of our discussion. It’s not that people who succeed BIGG don’t face […] The post How to Dream Bigger appeared first on Bigg Success. [click the title link above to read our full post]
Tags: Podcast, Life, Goals, Careers, Success, Mindset, Dreams, Personal Development, Entrepreneur Mindset, Bigg Success, George Krueger, Mary-lynn Foster, The Bigg Success Show, Bigg, The Professor And Mary-lynn, Believing


Building Trust With Your Clients

Building trust with clients should be at the forefront of every organization’s thinking and planning. Look, making a sale is great, but just because a buyer agrees to purchase your product, use your service or work with you doesn’t mean …Read More » The post Building Trust With Your Clients first appeared on The Sales Leader.
Tags: Business, Sales, Success, Buyers, Customer Experience, Client relationships, Account Management, Prospecting, Sales Success, Observations from the real World, Client Relationship


Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales said he secretly lived in Argentina for a month after reading 'The 4-Hour Workweek' by Tim Ferriss

Wales cofounded Wikipedia in 2001. Getty Wikipedia cofounder Jimmy Wales appeared on The Tim Ferriss Show podcast. He was asked for book recommendations, and said that he moved to Argentina after reading Ferriss'. He didn't specify when, but said that no one knew he was there. See more stories on Insider's business page. Jimmy Wales, cofounder of Wikipedia, revealed he secretly moved to Argentina for a month after reading Tim Ferriss's book "The 4-Hour Workweek."Wales, a fu...
Tags: Productivity, Books, New York, Milan, Wales, Wikipedia, Careers, Success, Trends, Strategy, Korea, Argentina, Jimmy Wales, Buenos Aires, Founders, Tim Ferriss


The 3 Stages Of Legacy Building

Are you thinking about how you can leave a meaningful legacy? Victoria Song shares the 3 stages of building a legacy. The post The 3 Stages Of Legacy Building appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Success, Self Awareness, Personal Development, Thinking Aloud, Achieving Success, Victoria Song


Netflix cofounder Marc Randolph said the 'glorification of entrepreneurship' has set up a mistaken perception of what it takes to launch a business

Marc Randolph. Courtesy of Marc Randolph Many aspiring founders misunderstand what running a company takes, said Netflix's co-founder. Marc Randolph said the availability of startup education had 'glorified' the idea of running one. He said it's a often a much more repetitious, grinding and disappointing career choice. See more stories on Insider's business page. Netflix cofounder Marc Randolph says that the "glorification of entrepreneurship" has given many aspiring...
Tags: Business, Leadership, Careers, Entrepreneur, Success, Trends, Startup, Netflix, Reed Hastings, Founders, Stephen Jones, Randolph, Qatar Foundation, Tech Insider, Marc Randolph, Marc Randolph Courtesy of Marc Randolph


Netflix cofounder Marc Randolph says successful entrepreneurs all share 3 key traits, including knowing exactly when to leave a business behind

Marc Randolph, former Netflix CEO. George Pimentel/Getty Images for Audi Marc Randolph cofounded Netflix in 1997, and later founded multiple successful startups. Speaking to the Qatar Foundation, he said all successful entrepreneurs share three common traits. They think less and act more - and crucially know when it's time to walk away, he said. See more stories on Insider's business page. Marc Randolph was Netflix's first CEO. Before he left in 2002, he played a crucial role...
Tags: Google, News, Advice, Careers, Entrepreneur, Success, Trends, Strategy, Netflix, Audi, Stephen Jones, Randolph, Qatar Foundation, Marc Randolph, George Pimentel Getty, Looker Data Services


A Silicon Valley veteran hired by Jeff Bezos says he spent 5 years searching for the perfect notepad - it's an important part of his routine

David Selinger was an early employee of Jeff Bezos. Deep Sentinel and MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images Dave Selinger is a former Amazon exec and cofounder of real estate firm Redfin. He said he spent five years looking for the perfect notepad for to-do lists. He spoke to CNBC Make It about some of his daily habits and leadership lessons. See more stories on Insider's business page. A veteran tech CEO has added to Silicon Valley's growing list of idiosyncratic productivity hacks w...
Tags: Amazon, Productivity, Facebook, Leadership, Steve Jobs, Entrepreneurship, Careers, Success, Trends, Strategy, Patagonia, Silicon Valley, Jeff Bezos, Cnbc, Redfin, Bezos


A cofounder of Bleacher Report shares how to avoid burnout as a top creator

Dave Nemetz. Inna Lila Dave Nemetz is a cofounder of Bleacher Report, the founder of Inverse, and writes a weekly newsletter on media and startups. The following is a recent post, republished with his permission. In it, Nemetz shares ways that to avoid burnout as a creator in an 'always-on' economy. See more stories on Insider's business page. "Replace yourself."Founders know this advice well.You shouldn't grip too tight to any role in your startup. As you scale, bring in t...
Tags: Advice, Success, Trends, Strategy, Ben Thompson, Mental Health, Creators, Burnout, Vacation, Quentin Tarantino, Jessica Williams, Nordic, Jason Kottke, Neil, George R R Martin, Tim Carmody


B. Jeffrey Madoff — Dealmaking, the Hidden Persuaders, Working with Ralph Lauren, and Finding the Secret to Life in the Mojave Desert (#526)

Illustration via 99designs “Everything you do, if your eyes are open, informs everything else you do.” — B. Jeffrey Madoff B. Jeffrey Madoff (@madoffproductions) began his career in fashion, becoming one of the top 10 designers in the US before switching careers to film and video production. He has directed award-winning commercials, documentaries, and web content for clients around the world, including Ralph Lauren, Victoria’s Secret, and Tiffany. His book, which is based on the cl...
Tags: Verizon, New York, Hollywood, US, Lifestyle, Success, Post Office, Creativity, Brooklyn, New York Times, Broadway, Harper Lee, Victoria, Dennis Hopper, Ralph Lauren, Jason Statham


Elon Musk received $6.7 billion in compensation in 2020, eleven times more than the second highest-paid US CEO

Elon Musk. Britta Pedersen-Pool/Getty Images Elon Musk was the highest paid US chief executive for the third year in a row. He earned $6.7 billion in 2020, per Bloomberg's Pay Index, which ranks CEO pay at publicly traded firms. Musk earned paper billions however, since his compensation comprised options awards. See more stories on Insider's business page. Tesla's self-styled "Technoking" Elon Musk received $6.66 billion in compensation in 2020, nearly twelve times more than A...
Tags: Amazon, Elon Musk, Elizabeth Warren, US, Careers, America, Success, Trends, Strategy, Tesla, Bloomberg, New York Times, Tim Cook, Jeff Bezos, Bernie Sanders, Musk


How to Overcome Fear: 6 Powerful Strategies You Can Start Using Today

“When a resolute young fellow steps up to the great bully, the world, and takes him boldly by the beard, he is often surprised to find it comes off in his hand, and that it was only tied on to scare away the timid adventurers.” Ralph Waldo Emerson Fear. It's so easy to get stuck in it. To let it hold you back. I have been there many times in my life. The fear has, for example, held me back from: Trying new things. It has held me back from trying something new for lunch or a new hobby beca...
Tags: Success, Relaxation, Lifehacks, Personal Development, Ralph Waldo Emerson


Patience Will Get You Everywhere In Travel Writing

“I want to be a travel writer and do what you are doing.” “How can I get my stories published in high paying travel magazines and land those travel perks? What do I need to [...]
Tags: Travel, Advice, Success, Travel Photography, Travel Writing, Getting Started, First Person Experience, Guest Blog Posts, Travel Blogging, Travel Journalism, Roy Stevenson


How to Take Action Every Day: 5 Powerful Habits

“It had long since come to my attention that people of accomplishment rarely sat back and let things happen to them. They went out and happened to things.” Leonardo Da Vinci One of the biggest and most common problems with improving your life or the success you want out of it is that you may not take consistent action over a longer time period. Now, consistency isn't the sexiest or most exciting word. But it is, coupled with time, what will give you real results in your life. Sticking with the ...
Tags: Productivity, Habits, Success, Relaxation, Lifehacks, Personal Development, Leonardo da Vinci


Graduates should expect to work 12-hour days and 6 days a week to really master their jobs, says JPMorgan exec

Mary Callahan Erdoes of JPMorgan. Ruben Sprich/Reuters Graduates should expect to work 72-hour weeks, says JPMorgan wealth management CEO Mary Erdoes. This will speed up their mastery of the craft, versus taking 5 years by working 8-hour days. By doing 12-hour days, graduates can cut the process down to under 3 years. See more stories on Insider's business page. Graduate wealth management analysts should expect to work 72 hour weeks - and they'll be better trained for it - accordi...
Tags: London, Wall Street, Careers, Success, Trends, Strategy, Work Life Balance, Bloomberg, Banking, Goldman Sachs, Malcolm Gladwell, Jpmorgan, Stephen Jones, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, JPMorgan Asset Management, Mary Callahan Erdoes


A Love That Is Given, Not Earned

Sometimes, regardless of my age, I still feel as insecure as a teen on the first day of school. It’s difficult to separate what I produce from my identity, so if people don’t comment on my post or like my photo or buy my book, I can easily internalize it as a sign that they don’t like me. Although I know deep down it’s not true, the insecurity is there all the same, and it makes me uncomfortable with myself. Like most of us, I’m not only trying to understand the world and the people around me, b...
Tags: Amazon, Identity, Failure, Inspiration, Success, God, Moses, Jesus Christ, Enneagram, Encouragement, Achiever, Enneagram 3, CSB Moses


A banker quit to become a chef and saw his bank balance drop to $230. Despite burnout and a pandemic, he would never go back.

It took Philip Juma seven years to open his first restaurant. Juma Kitchen Philip Juma left a career in wealth management to follow his passion to showcase Iraqi food. He had no formal training but spent 7 years running pop-up kitchens and working in restaurants. Juma told us about his tough journey and why, despite the pandemic, a 9-5 holds no appeal. See more stories on Insider's business page. Food has always been part of Philip Juma's life.Growing up in London to an Iraqi fathe...
Tags: Chef, UK, London, Finance, Careers, Success, Trends, Strategy, Bbc, Ubs, Career Change, Pivot, Don, Juma, My dad, Stephen Jones


How to Overcome Perfectionism: 6 Powerful Habits

“Certain flaws are necessary for the whole. It would seem strange if old friends lacked certain quirks.” Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe “People throw away what they could have by insisting on perfection, which they cannot have, and looking for it where they will never find it.” Edith Schaeffer One of the most common challenges that people email me about – and I myself have had quite a bit of trouble with – is perfectionism. It's an issue that can hold you back in life. Not only from achieving and f...
Tags: Success, Relaxation, Lifehacks, Personal Development, Don, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Edith Schaeffer


Show your thanks: 8 simple ideas for celebrating your agents

Setting aside time to honor and celebrate your agents' successes will make them feel valued and appreciated. Here are some small gestures that can go a long way in boosting morale.
Tags: Success, Service, Radio, Agent, Celebrate, Brokerage, Select, Handwritten Notes, Rainy Hake Austin, Agent Appreciation, Celebrate agent success, Personal Phone Calls


A Silicon Valley insider gave up watching TV aged 13 and says the secret to success involves completely reframing the meaning of hard work

Paul Graham (left) speaking at TechCrunch Disrupt in May 2011. Joe Corrigan/Getty Images Paul Graham is the cofounder of startup factory Y Combinator. In a personal essay, Graham revealed that he gave up television because he felt like he wasn't achieving anything. He says there are 3 ingredients to hard work: natural ability, practice, and effort. See more stories on Insider's business page. There is a reason famous people make things look effortless, according to Y Combinator cof...
Tags: Y Combinator, UK, Careers, Success, Trends, Reddit, Silicon Valley, Graham, Paul Graham, Stephen Jones, Joe Corrigan Getty


Why Y Combinator's Paul Graham gave up TV aged 13 and what it says about achieving brilliance through hard work

Paul Graham (left) speaking at TechCrunch Disrupt in May 2011. Joe Corrigan/Getty Images Paul Graham is the cofounder of startup factory Y Combinator. In a personal essay, Graham revealed that he gave up television because he felt like he wasn't achieving anything. He says there are 3 ingredients to hard work: natural ability, practice, and effort. See more stories on Insider's business page. There is a reason famous people make things look effortless, according to Y Combinator cof...
Tags: Y Combinator, UK, Careers, Success, Trends, Reddit, Silicon Valley, Graham, Paul Graham, Stephen Jones, Joe Corrigan Getty


How to Create an Employer Brand That Attracts Top Talent

It takes a specific type of person to succeed — to thrive — inside your company, doesn’t it? Beyond the basic qualifications to do the job, it’s those intangible personality traits that make the biggest difference. And when you meet the candidates who fit the mold, you just know it. You feel it. You know they will be the impact hire you’ve been looking for. So how can we get more of those ideal candidates to apply for your open positions? The secret lies in your employer brand. Every company has...
Tags: Success, Linkedin, Pr, Branding, Thought Leadership, Reputation Management, Jpl, Mid Atlantic, Employee Communications, Jessica Walter M S APR


#644 Financial Trends Reveal Promising Opportunities for Small Business

Listen to “#644 Financial Trends Reveal Promising Opportunities for Small Business” on Spreaker. On‌ ‌this‌ ‌episode‌ ‌of‌ ‌The‌ ‌Small‌ ‌Business‌ ‌Radio‌ ‌Show…‌ ‌ SEGMENT‌ ‌1 with Brodie Oldham,‌ ‌‌starting‌ ‌at‌ ‌0:00‌:‌ ‌What are the latest financial trends in the economy and how does this impact small business owners? SEGMENT‌ ‌2 with Jessica Williamson,‌ ‌‌starting‌ ‌at‌ 19:30:‌ ‌During this almost post-pandemic world, a lot of people are changing what they think success is. How can sma...
Tags: Small Business, Sales, Success, Remote Work, Economy, Philippines, Financial Trends, Mindset, Growth, Upwork, Radio Show, Virtual Assistant, Jessica, Perth Australia, Outsource, Jessica Williamson