Are You Experienced? Customer Vs Organisation.


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Thanks to Bain & Company for the wonderful Infographic. I found the information very useful and i thought i should share it with you all. My favourite question is “In the eyes of your customers, what do you stand for?”. If every leader, CEO, employers and employees can genuinely provide an answer to the above questions, walk the talk, It will make a great difference! in the experience journey of every customer and in return add excellent value to the organisation.

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The Modern Boss


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Are you modern in the way you lead the people under you? Remember that meeting the demands of customers/employees starts from the internal before the external. What kind of relationship do you build with your people?

See also: 8 entrepreneurial skills you should teach your kids (infographic)

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10 Keys To Happiness (Infographic).


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See also: Procrastination, Motivational Quotes And 15 Ways To Overcome The Habit (Infographic)

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Procrastination, motivational quotes and 15 ways to overcome the habit (Infographic).


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“Our goals can only be reached through a vehicle of a PLAN, in which we must fervently BELIEVE, and upon which we must vigorously ACT. There is no other route to SUCCESS” – Pablo Picasso

Beginning of every year, we tend to plan our year in advance by penning down what to be achieved. No doubt, this is the best way to start the year. I started this year with loads of goals to achieve in 2016 likewise some of us too. One habit is known to be human beings greatest challenge in achieving their individual goals and the earlier the better you tackle this, or you might have moved deeper into the year before realizing you haven’t achieve any of the goals.

This habit is called PROCRASTINATION. This is known to be a psychological behaviour that affects people to some degree or another. It is also a goal destroyer, a dream killer if not controlled or worked on, it leaves us with guilt, stress, inadequacy, self-disgust or depression. For most of us whenever there’s a goal or task that needs to be done either big or small, important or irrelevant, we answer by saying “I will attend or start later “or rather “postpone it till next day”. This is an habit that should be shun and cast out of our daily lives if we are to ever accomplish our set goals either personally or at our place of work.

Below are 12 powerful procrastination quotes to motivate you & 15 ways to help you overcome procrastination (infographic). So, wake up from your slumber, re-visit those goals or tasks and start work on them right away. Remember, if you don’t start, you wont know that you can. We all can only if we believe and courageous enough to start now. The quotes:

  • “My advice is to never do tomorrow what you can do today. Procrastination is the thief of time.” – Charles Dickens
  • “A year from now you may wish you had started today.” – Karen Lamb
  • “Don’t wait. The time will never be just right.” – Napoleon Hill
  • “You cannot escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today.” – Abraham Lincoln
  • “The two rules of procrastination: 1) Do it today. 2) Tomorrow will be today tomorrow.” – Unknown
  • “What may be done at any time will be done at no time.” – Scottish Proverb
  • “The best way to get something done is to begin.” – Unknown
  • “Whatever you want to do, do it now! There are only so many tomorrows.” – Michael Landon
  • “Procrastination is like a credit card: It’s a lot of fun until you get the bill.” – Christopher Parker
  • “You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.” – Martin Luther King
  • “The perfect time to start something never arrives, so therefore, start now.” – Unknown
  • Begin while others are procrastinating. Work while others are wishing.” – William Arthur Ward

I hope you find the quotes useful. Here are 15 ways you can overcome procrastination.

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Tips on how to manage work-related stress (infographic)


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Work-related stress is a rising problem around the world. It arises when a job or different work demand surpasses the power and competence of a person to cope. Some of the common work-related stressors are: The work environment, organization culture, change process/management, job contents, bad/horrible bosses e.t.c.

Individuals differ. Jobs that I may feel or see as stressful, to another might sound or feel interesting. So therefore, factors like a person’s psychological nature, personal life, health, state of mind play a huge role in understanding and managing stress at work.

There are various signs of work related stress. In this article, I will limit and classify them into the 3 common parts that are:

Physical

Emotional

Behavioural

Examples of work-related stress physical signs are:

Headache

Insomnia

Constipation

Fatigue e.t.c.

Examples of work-related stress psychological signs are:

Overwhelming

Anxiety

Irritation

Discouragement e.t.c.

Examples of work-related stress behavioural signs are:

Reduction in work performance

Reduction in creativity level

Mood swings

Aggressiveness e.t.c

Can you identify with any of the listed signs?

If yes, there is no cause for alarm. Together, we can successfully manage and further prevent work-related stress. Below is an infographic on managing work related stress.

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It is advisable we practice these tips daily and also, share the information with colleagues, friends and family. If taken seriously, below are 4 projected benefits:

Increased self/work productivity

Greater job satisfaction

Improved employee health

Less illness and lost time/fewer injuries. E.t.c.

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8 entrepreneurial skills you should teach your kids (Infographic)


The world is changing, and we must change with it. Parents need to pay close attention to the leaders (Kids) of tomorrow. The children of today are the future of tomorrow and future entrepreneurs yet to be discovered. Below are 8 entrepreneurial skills you should teach your kids (infographic) for the tasks ahead.

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Infographic source: Kim Lachance Shandrow

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6 Business Books That Will Revolutionize Your Business and Change Your Life


I am passionate about any thing relating to entrepreneurship. Coming across this article written by Kimanzi Constable about 6 business books that can change your business and life got me excited and couldn’t wait few more seconds before reading further. I was happy to have found two of my greatest business books on the list. “Susan Baroncini-Moe – The fire path and Seth Godin – The Dip”. I must confess these are life-changing books and I would recommend these books any day. Although, I haven’t heard of the other four books and I wouldn’t mind giving it a try. How about you? Have you read or heard about any of these great books? What are your thoughts about these books? Which book did it for you? Your addition to the list is important and your suggestion can help budding entrepreneurs get better at what they do.

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7 Terrific Leadership Lessons From Amazing Women


Leadership can be defined in so many ways but here are 3 variations of leadership definitions: –

  1. According to Daphne Mallory of the Daphne Mallory Company, “Leadership is the art of serving others by equipping them with training, tools and people as well as your time, energy and emotional intelligence so that they can realize their full potential, both personally and professionally.”
  1. As defined by Mindy Gibbins-Klein of the REAL Thought Leaders, “Leadership is having a vision, sharing that vision and inspiring others to support your vision while creating their own.”
  1. According to Katie Easley of Kate Ryan Design, “Leadership is stepping out of your comfort zone and taking risk to create reward.”

Lately, women have been seen occupying power positions in various organisations and joggling the leadership seat with men. As stated by Zeneger Folkman, women have been found to be more of a better leader than men. Hence, there are several key lessons that could be learnt from women in leadership positions. Below is an article written by Yasmina Yousfi titled 7 Terrific Leadership Lessons From Amazing Women, which explain further how women perceive leadership as compared to men and how men can be of a better leader by learning from them (women).

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