10 Steps To Providing “Peace Of Mind”

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    1.       Write down about what gives you peace of mind.   2.       Focus on what you appreciate about the people in your life instead of wishing they would change     3.      Be your own best friend. Tell yourself what’s on your mind, and then give yourself the advice you’d give a good […]

2014

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2013 fiscal year is over for Yoder’s. Inventory is done! A new year for Yoder’s has begun! 2014 for Yoder’s is here! The housing market has improved in our market area over the past year, but I truly believe the greater success has been growing our market share. That only comes through Great Yoderites who provide “Peace […]

Are You Angry??

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What Do To When You Get Angry David Burkus What Michael Jordan can teach us about leadership. When you’re in a bad mood, the bad mood is an asset best used to attack a creative block. September 05, 2013 Hall of Fame basketball player Michael Jordan is famous for his world-class talent, but what set […]

Peace of Mind!

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  Over the past couple of weeks, I have been thinking about the phrase “Peace of Mind” Do I give people “Peace of Mind”? Now don’t confuse that with Piece of Mind. I often want to give someone a piece of my mind, but not sure that gives anyone a “Peace of Mind”.    The […]

Preaching To Myself!

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#1 Productivity: The difference between success and failure is doing things others put off. Protect time with priorities. Some things feel urgent but they don’t matter. Urgencies control weak leaders. Courageous leaders bird-dog priorities. Mission and vision are the purpose behind productivity. What are you really getting done? Daily persistence is the secret to long-term success. Set […]

In the Meantime!

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According to the dictionary the phrase “In The Meantime” means: the period of time between two things; the period of time between now and when something is supposed to happen. Have you ever felt like you were in the “Meantime”. Like you were in the middle waiting for something to happen. It is hard to […]

Your Competitive Advantage!

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Live interaction still matters.   Meetings, presentations, one on one brainstorms–they can lead to real change. The listener has nearly as big a responsibility as the speaker does, though. And yet, Google reports four times as many matches for “how to speak” as “how to listen.” It’s not a passive act, not if you want to […]

Dealing With Change!

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                              1.Change is inevitable and always produces a positive or negative energy. 2.Change is in constant motion; don’t let it become a commotion.Be ready for it, anticipate! 3. Change is often found in cycles..(seasons of life) 4.Change is often messy to start with like changing a diaper but the end result is better for everyone. […]

Work Backwords

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  A satisfied customer is a loyal customer. Sales Leaders create loyal customers by managing the buying experience, being proactive rather than reactive and becoming known for fulfilling expectations rather than merely fixing mistakes.  I am sure we all experienced the client who is upset with a delivery because it did not meet his expectations. […]

 
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