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Success: 7 Ways To Succeed

Business Resources to Help You Succeed

Everyone is so busy trying to network, make the right connections, find the best opportunities and looking for the next big deal.  Have you ever thought that maybe you should stop, breathe, and take some time to learn from those that have already paved the way for success? 

These days with so much technology, we tend to concentrate more on getting the latest technology, faster speed and improving our online presence while sacrificing business improvements, lessons learned and best practices, quality, mentoring each other and providing excellent customer service.      

Below are some excellent books that focus on quality, customer service, making tough decisions, embracing change, effective project management practices and improving the inner you to become an asset to your business:

  1. Defining Moment – When Managers Must Choose From Right and Right
    Joseph L. Badaracco, Jr.
  2. Reposition Yourself – Living Life Without Limits
     TD Jakes
  3. Who Moved My Cheese? – An Amazing Way to Deal With Change
    In  Your  Work And In Your Life
    Spencer Johnson and Kenneth Blanchard
  4.  The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective People
    Stephen R Covey
  5. The Road Most Traveled – Release The Power Of Contentment In Your  Life
    Robert Jeffress
  6. The Starbucks Experience – 5 Principles For Turning Ordinary Into Extraordinary
    Joseph A Michelli
  7. Your Best Life Now – 7 Steps To Living At Your Full Potential
     Joel Osteen

Most of these books are easy reads, allowing you to embrace and comprehend the material more fluently.  When material is written in an easy to digest format the reader tends to absorb and maintain the content more readily.  Now is the time to take another approach and avenue towards your business success.

Vernita Naylor, Ft. Worth SCORE
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Grow: Plan for Success

Are You Like Alice in Wonderland?

Alice in Wonderland asked the Cheshire cat “Do I go left or right?” when confronted with a fork in the road. The big, smiling cat asked a poignant question back, “Where are you going?” Alice replies, “I don’t know.” The cat answers in return, “Well, then take either road.”

If you don’t know where you are going then how will you know when you get there? You will get more out of your life if you set some expectations for yourself. What is your goal for today? This week? This month? This year? In the next five years? You can astound yourself if you just get clear on what it is that is most important to you. As a coach, I help people get clear and execute on what is most important. Truly, clarity is a worthy objective!

Joyce Bone, SCORE Guest Blogger
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