It’s been said, hesitation is a sign of weakness. Don’t be reluctant to make decisions. Be primed and prepared with information related to your financial or factual side of the deal. The more you can document on paper, the more you will influence social business. Operate primarily on instinct to improve your social bond with others. Blame nothing on emotional differences.
Don’t leave questions unanswered. You may have good social connections with foreigners or people of different races. Sometimes you should break through the fence. Overcome indecision by economic force. It is better for you not to explain every detail of your proposal and scheme. Let your soul be guided by your heart and head.
One cool judgment is worth a thousand hasty councils. Your weakness is that you like people who build up your ego. Don’t let a little flattery persuade you to make concessions that work against your interests. Sincere compliments will come from those who understand your honesty and integrity. A great social connection helps you to know more about yourself.
Emotions are the colour of life, and you would be a drab creature without them, but you must control them or they will control you. It’s been said, “There is a road from the eye to the heart that does not go through the intellect.” Remember that people are not creatures of logic but of instinctive feelings such as love and fear.
The ability to get people to believe in you and trust you is one of few fundamental criteria for success. Get yourself ready to install planks in the bridge of trust. Know that today’s profits are the product of yesterday’s good will. Build good will with your opponents. Learn about negativity and seeking love.
Distinguish between knowledge of power and use of power before you take an important action. Notice that almost every day of your life you have to negotiate in unexpected ways. Do your emotional health a favour and seek to be understood in your romantic relationship.
Lead yourself. This is the key to management. Learn more about the value of and difference between decision-making and decision-managing. Do nothing whenever you feel unbalanced or doubtful of yourself but pay more attention to the cause of these feelings. Plan a change of mind accordingly and wisely.
It is important for everybody to manage emotions. Learn to know when to display emotions and when to delay them. See more than others and ahead of others so that you can manage your priorities and focus your time. Display a remarkable amount of discipline and unplug from junk. Love should not be blind.
Most of us lead busy but undisciplined lives. Nothing will make a better impression than your ability to manage yourself. It’s essential to calm down your high energy under difficult circumstances. The better you are at making sure you’re doing what you should be, the better chance you have for making an impact on others.
If you have to ration your energy, you won’t be able to run from delusion or the darkness of life. Know that a minute of thinking is often more valuable than an hour of talk or unplanned work. The whole trouble is that you only know life without discipline, intentionality and purpose. Learn to work in obscurity. It is a test of personal integrity.
Successful people do the things that unsuccessful people are unwilling to do. Your problem-solving skills will always be needed because people always have problems. If you pay your dues and give your best in obscurity, ego is usually not a problem. You need to put yourself on the line, take a risk and distinguish yourself from your colleagues. Your heart should follow your own wits.
It is easier to move from failure to success than from excuses to success. You should know that the goal is more important than the role. Unless you are willing to drench yourself in your work beyond the capacity of the average man, you are just not cut out for positions at the top. Know that processes must be overseen and procedures followed, but leaders delegate.
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