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The Audacity of WHY!
Anything starting with the word WHY takes reflection.
Have you ever answered WHY with a simple Yes or No?
WHY questions often lead to thought-provoking, maybe life-changing responses - WHY - because the power lies in the answer.
WHY engages and connects.
WHY dwells deeps and provokes.
WHY is purposeful and demands insight.
WHY is a great catalyst and activator opening doors.
WHY pulls, pushes and keep things moving stretching us.
WHY have the power to create that pause, often time needed for growth.
Now, WHY is usually a child's favorite word - WHY?
What better way to feed your heart than a good, healthy dose of WHY. As simple as this three letter word is - it has the wherewithal to grow hearts phenomenally...
TR Johnson Ford, feeding hearts good in your community!
The Books of Snippets (TBOSS)
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Yes, you, no matter your title, position, rank, job description or age.
Age! Yes, age. Now - what would our world would look like if young hearts view themselves as Leaders?
Let us explore this phenomenon…
Would it put a halt to bullying? Maybe - a leader’s approach is set to enhance someone’s spirit, not dampen it. In an act of bullying, other leaders would not engage in this type behavior. Young leaders would step up to the plate suggesting a better way of handling the situation, turning that bully into a true leader.
Would young hearts continue to feed from and act out from a lack of self-esteem? Would they continue to feel isolated and alone, feeling they do not fit in?
With the mindset of a leader, they charge ahead creating their own path not worrying about being just like everyone else. They do not give in to the feelings of isolation by not being part “of the pack”. Indifference from others hurt, but do not crush as they are confident in who they are and move forward marching to their own tune.
Young hearts viewing themselves as leaders have pride in their own uniqueness. They believe in their talents and strengths to better most any situation. They do not fear asking for help realizing it is not a sign of weakness, but a way to grow.
Young leaders realize the price of power is helping others. They have more empathy, awareness and concern for others. They realize life is circular; what they give out returns, so they take pride in sharing themselves.
A leadership mindset starts within, manifests, grows and spreads. Young hearts viewing themselves as leaders creates a society of caring and helping youth fostering a culture of leaders making a difference today and tomorrow.
Youth Empowerment System (YES)
The 32 Days and Ways of Snippets for the Young @ Heart (T32DWS…
Because the future is too close and too valuable to chance - a tool promoting the power of today for the reality of TOMORROW.
Keeping Hearts Fed/Words Have Power
Book 1 reminds us we have the power of choice to feast from life’s good fruits or merely feed. Book 2 embraces the art of one’s own voice, the words they speak to themselves and those they say to others.
Remarkable People ALWAYS B.Y.O.B.
A mindset expecting the best allows us to bring aka deliver our best in all we do. This tool enhances inner strengths as a way to grow bettering our best.
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1. Leaders sow seeds of encouragement focusing on work habits, talents and goals.
2. Leaders sow seeds of consciousness, gratitude and care for themselves and others.
3. Leaders sow seeds of appreciation for their entire business community; those served, and those serving.
4. Leaders sow seeds of giving more than is expected – seeds blooming and spreading.
5. Leaders sow seeds of genuine care to make a major difference in someone’s life.
6. Leaders sow seeds of growth with information, motivation, and inspiration.
7. Leaders sow seeds to grow morale, comradery and team spirit.
8. Leaders sow seeds of sharing for more interaction and engagement for all.
9. Leaders sow seeds of value as more important than seeds based on price.
10. Leaders sow seeds of sensitivity fueling a spirit of sociability in their community.
Leaders grow leaders!
Leaders are in business of growing leaders.
|Posted by TR Johnson Ford on August 17, 2015 at 7:40 AM||comments (0)|
Who is your Best Customer?
How well do you treat him or her?
Business success is all about delivering great experiences for people, those coming through your corporate doors and those responsible for opening those doors.
Let us say your products are the best, but could it be that smile, the thank-you, the willingness to go the extra mile, or the “I’ll take care of you attitude” that will have people walk through your doors again and again.
Recognize the value of these intangibles, as they often outweigh physical assets.
It is crucial to treat your inside community, those delivering and servicing, as well as you treat your best customer. Make your inside community a top priority. Strive to be a workplace that complements its people rather than viewed as a complicated necessity.
When your inside community feel appreciated, valued and cared for, these feelings blossom and spread to the people they serve. Taking extremely good care of your inside community is a win for all.
We can get consumed with our customer, and forget about our employee.
Nurture your people.
They make it all happen.
From The One Minute Entrepreneur.
Be Better–Be Different–Do More–Raise Them Up.
Corporate Snippets Raise Them Up!