Why You Should Say YES To Experiences That Scare You

You Gain The Focus, Learn New Perspective, and Become Stronger

Highly successful people are those with a habit of saying YES to experiences that scare them. How would you answer the call if faced with a scary experience?

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When I was a young soccer player, I usually controlled the ball using my right foot. For those of you who played soccer before, you know that a good soccer player must use both feet for a good ball control. I was afraid to use my left foot because I had this idea that my left foot was not good enough to control the ball.

5 Ways to Improve Yourself to Start Winning

Visualize Your Achievements Even When They are Not a Reality Yet!

Do you frequently find yourself off track from completing your tasks? Have you ever failed to keep up winning with a daily routine?

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How many times have you setup a goal and end up quitting before you complete it? If so, this post is for you. It will give you strategies that may help you to start winning.

3 Most Effective Ways to Develop Yourself

Embrace the Habit of Learning!

Success does not magically happen; one must have an open mind and the willingness to develop and explore different ways of doing things. Undeniably, it requires self-determination and a thoughtful plan.

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Have you ever wondered why others are successful while you are not? Of course, each one of us has a dream of becoming successful. Unfortunately, we fail to recognize the effort it takes to become successful.

Learn These 6 Tricks to Control Your Life

Focus Your Energy on One Task at a Time, You Will Get More Done

Imagine waking up in the morning, go to work, do tons of activities, and come home at the end of the day feeling you’ve accomplished nothing. If you’ve experienced this feeling, know that something needs to be done about it. 

Take Control

I used to swing it at work; starting my day with emails once I power on my laptop. I then jump into action on activities that come my way and continue like that until the end of the day.

7 Valuable Life Lessons I Learned From Playing Soccer

Create and Sustain a Personal Level Relationship with Your Team Members

Soccer is a game that one must start playing at an early age to grasp it. Even though critics of this game say it is not violent; it is physical and requires all players physically fit to be more competitive.

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Just imagine working out at a gym for 90 minutes; how would your body feel after that? Okay, soccer is not 90 minutes non-stop; there is a 10 minutes break between the two 45 minutes halves. Playing this game has taught me some life lessons that I wouldn’t have typically learned.

How to Recover from a Terrible Mistake

When You Make a Mistake Take the Next Right Step

In my early career years, I felt like any mistake I made created a negative impact on my career. As I grew throughout the years and continued to grow in my career, I’ve only discovered that the opposite is true.

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Depending on how you perceive and deal with it, a mistake might impact you negative or positively. If you take your mistake and learn from it, it will reflect positively, and you’ll be able to overcome it quickly.

6 Ways to Keep a Team Motivated

A Team Leader Who Motivates Team Gets More Done!

In my teenage years, my classmates asked me to lead a group of teenagers to plan a summer picnic towards the end of the school year.

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That was a big deal to me, a summer picnic? I imagined myself leading the group to plan a killer picnic, all the chicks surrounding me, and everyone else congratulating me for a job well done. What a dream! I started giving orders to the group; you know how teenagers dislike what I was doing. I thought I was killing it.

To make a long story short, I blew it and ended up doing almost all the planning activities on my own. If you ask me to do the same thing today, I’d instead motivate my team members to plan the picnic.

4 Easy Ways to Boost Your Employee Engagement

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A significant number of authors have written articles about employee engagement. We’ve read some of these articles and have even adopted some of the activities presented in them. Why are we not fully engaged in our work? It is because sometimes we fail to understand our responsibilities towards employee engagement; thinking that it is our manager’s responsibility to motivate us.