In Know Can Do!, bestselling author Ken Blanchard, Success Motivation Institute founder Paul J. Meyer, and ace motivational speaker and consultant Dick Ruhe use a story about an author with questions and an entrepreneur with answers to offer a simple and systematic approach for learning more efficiently and using that knowledge to make lasting changes. People who have mastered learning are free to be creative and make big things happen. In fact, John F. Kennedy once remarked that leadership and learning are indispensable to each other. This powerful book will help people at all levels develop the mind-set and the skill set to achieve extraordinary results.
"Know Can Do! teaches people at all levels how to apply life-changing techniques to reach their fullest potential." - Achieve Max
There comes a time in the lives of those destined for greatness when they must stand before the mirror of meaning and ask, Why, having been endowed with the courageous heart of a lion, do we live like mice? We must look squarely into our own tired eyes and examine why
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Six Action Shoes is written by the world-renowned expert on creative thinking and author of the best-selling Six Thinking Hats and Tactics. Six Action Shoes provides a brilliant method of taking control of any business or life situation. No one can be 'perfect' in all situations, but everyone can gain from
We see prosperity as multidimensional. When you are happy, when you have enough money and are at peace with how you are earning that money, this leads to the sustainable state that we describe as prosperity. Balancing these three things—money, happiness, plus sustainability—leads to prosperity. The prosperity that we value depends
To adapt to the challenges of professional life today, we need to rediscover our entrepreneurial instincts and use them to forge new sorts of careers. Whether you’re a lawyer or doctor or teacher or engineer or even a business owner, today you need to think of yourself as an entrepreneur at
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We know that students desperately need to do lots of meaningful reading and writing, and that this does not necessitate inordinate amounts of paper grading. Let’s stop making excuses for not doing it.
It’s important to remember, though, that even with a positive mindset, repetition is required. It’s interesting that repeating something six times seems to be the secret to spaced repetition.
Most people can’t overcome negative conditioning. They achieve only a small percentage of what they could, because they accept too little too soon, and everything is filtered through their negative thinking and their closed, judgmental mindset.
There’s nothing wrong with reading books and attending seminars. These are fundamental learning tools. The problem comes when we expose ourselves to new knowledge all the time with no pause for integrating our new know-how and putting it into action.
Once you understand these three reasons, you’ll be able to help them bring about wanted change in their own lives by using more of the knowledge available from books, audios, videos, and seminars.
The third reason is lack of follow-up. Changing habits or behavior requires a real concentrated effort.
The One Minute Manager's symbol—a one-minute readout from the face of a modern digital watch—is intended to remind each of us to take a minute out of our day to look into the faces of the people we manage. And to realize that they are our most important resources. The Monkey
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