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Build A Culture Of Accountability

“What else can I do to rise above my circumstances and achieve the results I desire?”

Effective leaders, that is leaders who lead a winning team, operate on the premise that their people must focus on achieving results, and they build a culture of accountability into their team. This means that everything they personally do in that regard is to support and encourage the best outcome possible from each individual.

These sought-after leaders are able to lead their people beyond the boundaries of their ‘task’ and inspire them to pursue optimum results. They achieve this by creating an environment that motivates the individual to ask themselves, “What else can I do?”

This is a question that must be asked over and over until the desired results are achieved. “What else can I do to rise above my circumstances and achieve the results I desire?”
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8 ‘Financial Habits’ of the Wealthy

 

Good or Bad, we all have them . . .

Habits!

Regarding the creation of wealth, do wealthy people have some ‘secret habits’ that they don’t share with everyone . . . or are their financial habits actually ‘out there’ for the world to see?

Are these habits easy enough to emulate for an improved personal financial situation?

Judy Martel over at Bankrate.com wrote some interesting points on the ‘Financial Habits’ of the Wealthy. These habits and tips sounds remarkable familiar to some of the points we share in the Savvy Team ‘Cashflow Classes’ where we explore the secrets of high net worth individuals.

Here’s a synopsis of the 8 Financial Habits . . . habits we can all learn from.

 

8 Financial Habits of the Wealthy

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8 Secrets To Goal Achievement

In their “Built To Last” book, co-authors Jim Collins and Jerry Porras coined a term that vividly conveys the excitement, energy, and envelope-pushing boldness stirred up by one’s daring, razor-edge endeavours. That term: BHAG!

Huh? What’s a BHAG?

They are what Jim Collins referred to as Big Hairy, Audacious Goals, [thanks to funfitnessfast.com for their great image].  This is what Collins says about ‘the BHAG’ …

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Connecting With Millennials

A decade ago, you’d be hard-pressed to find anyone in business who thought 20 and 30-year-olds were prime candidates as serious business partners. That has changed. Millennials, an era that starts with those reaching young adulthood around the year 2000 (actually those born anywhere from 1980 to 1999), have access to technology, communications, and publishing that simply wasn’t available decades ago.

They also have the capacity to utilise it in ever expanding and creative ways. As a result, they have much to offer in the new social media boom. Experian Marketing Services reveals latest demographic trends about these Millennials, who they call ‘the most diverse, informed and connected generation in the Western world.’ Here’s a complimentary copy of their report, Millennials come of age.  Read More