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LeadershipNow 140: April 2017 Compilation

Here are a selection of tweets from April 2017 that you might have missed: Do Young People Really Have It Harder Today? by @SteveTobak 4 Things to Let Go Of from @wallybock The Power of And via @stratandbiz How to Stop Procrastinating and Manage Your Scarcest Resource by @JesseLynStoner 9 Ways a Leader Can Earn Trust by@SusanMazza The Importance of Yellow Lights by @edbatista Collaborative Thinking: Do You See Problem Solving as Collaboration?

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Unleash Your SuperGenius Speaker: Ryan Pinnick

Home * United Kingdom * London views Start Date : May 13 2017 10:00 Europe/LondonEnding Date : May 13 2017 18:00 Europe/London At this Free 1 Day Workshop ‘Unleash your SuperGenius’ you will learn how to… Create wealth doing what you love- Overcome your Ego to have great relationships- Be empowered to create the lifestyle you want- Raise your vibration to health and vitality There are 2 parts to every single person.The Ego2.

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Stretch: Unlock the Power of Less

N HIS BOOK Stretch, Scott Sonenshein dispels the notion that having more resources = getting better results and replaces it with the conviction that a better use of resources = getting better results. We are under more pressure than ever to do more. The idea that we can stretch and do more with what we already have begins to remove us from the dehumanizing rat race for resources that is impossible to win.

Link: Stretch: Unlock the Power of Less
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7 Rules for a Kick Ass Restaurant

Do you want a better restaurant? Now, don’t answer so fast. I really want you to thinking about the deep implications of the answer. A lot of people want more, few are willing to go past their comfort zone to get more and be more. Your comfort zone is easy and let’s be honest…it’s…

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Why Having Friends At Work Is Important Infographic

The Why Having Friends At Work Is Important Infographic shows that having a good group of friends at work is not only a nice-to-have, but it can make everyone work better . Here they are:. 70% of employees say friends at work is the most crucial element to a happy working life. When you have friends at work, blending work and life becomes easy.

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Self-love is the basis for self-improvement

Self-love is the basis for self-improvement This article was originally shared with my private mailing list

There’s a quandary I hear people talk about a lot in the self-improvement world which goes something like this: “Should I keep trying to change, or should I just learn to love myself?”

The people posing this question almost invariably feel terrible about themselves, and further, they assume that’s par for the course. It isn’t. In fact this whole “self-love vs self-improvement” thing is a false dilemma, one that badly misunderstands the role of self-love.
This equates loving yourself with thinking you’re just fine the way you are. It treats self-love as a reward for being the person you want to be. It assumes that your self-regard should be based, in some sense, on you being objectively “good.” And conversely, it equates wanting to change with disliking yourself. But ask yourself- is this true of your love for other people?

If you love someone else, surely that means you want the best for them? You want them to be healthy, happy and successful. If you have children, you want them to do well in school. If a friend is unhappy with their life, you want their life to change so they’ll be happy.
Apply the same standards to yourself that you do to others- love yourself the way you love your friends and family. Decide to be better because you deserve better; because you love yourself and want to enable yourself to live your ideal life.

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