Tips de Liderazgo
- Written by Gary Vaynerchuk
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There is a saying I heard a long time ago, and it goes like this:
There are two ways to build the biggest building in town: 1. Build the biggest building in town. 2. Tear down all the other buildings around you.
- Written by Forbes
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With as many problems as we are all faced with in our work and life, it seems as if there is never enough time to solve each one without dealing with some adversity along the way. Problems keep mounting so fast that we find ourselves taking short-cuts to temporarily alleviate the tension points – so we can move onto the next problem. In the process, we fail to solve the core of each problem we are dealt; thus we continuously get caught in the trap of a never-ending cycle that makes it difficult to find any real resolutions. Sound familiar?
- Written by LEWIS SCHIFF
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Here are stories of seven of the most successful--and wealthiest--people in the world to illustrate each of those seven principles.
- Written by Ashok Divakaran, Gary L. Neilson, and Jaya Pandrangi
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Sometimes epiphanies come by email—or, in this case, three emails. It was Saturday at 5:17 a.m., and Joanna was already at her laptop. As the new CEO of the fictional Seabright Publishing Company, just four months into the job, she had returned the night before from a 90-day “listening tour” of the company’s operations. She hadn’t slept well.
- Written by KEVIN DAUM
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While many people don't like to sell, most find themselves having to persuade someone at some point. Persuasion is not just for salespeople and their prospects. You may try to persuade an employee to perform better, or perhaps you want to persuade your boss to take on your brilliant idea. Often the most effective persuaders are your kids. Somehow they come by it naturally while you, the adult, has to work hard to find the persuasive path to success.
- Written by SARANYA KAPUR
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In the World Bank's latest "Doing Business" report, an annual ranking of countries by the ease of doing business in each, Singapore retains the top spot as the country that is the easiest to do business in.
- Written by Deepak Chopra MD
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There are times when you want other people to act or think a certain way - namely, the way you think and act. There's an art to persuasion that begins with a few simple rules. The first comes from Benjamin Franklin: "A man convinced against his will is of the same opinion still." This would seem like a basic truth, but it gets ignored all the time. Think back on the times when someone persuaded you to go along with something that you didn't really believe in. Years can pass, and still you will be skeptical or resentful about being persuaded against your will.