We continue to explore 3 more reasons why we procrastinate in this second part, you can click here to read part 1: 4. Complacency ‘There’s no rush’, ‘I’ll wait till the kids have left home’, ‘I’ll quit smoking in the New Year’. There always seems to be some reason why we can put off taking action today. What can […]
Let’s explore reasons why people ‘put things off’ and fail to carpe diem (seize the day) and take action in their lives. (These reasons have been inspired by my friends at The Mind Gym, www.themindgym.com) 1. Avoiding Discomfort Achieving success means that at times, we have to leave our ‘comfort zone’. We may have to move out of […]
Letting go of control is the first and most essential task of pursuing a life of extraordinary leadership. Let's stop imposing complete order on everything.
It’s said the difference between people who succeed and people who fail is how they handle setbacks. We will all suffer setbacks, but whilst one person learns from the experience, the other can be crushed by it.
Leaders cannot do everything alone, and have to depend on others to execute the work, they need to spot the potential in others and to develop them.
Retaining talent to fulfill the job's requirement is indeed a great challenge for organizations today. It often boils down to the elusive concept of "Fit"
Execution is the culture of getting strategies and plans implemented consistently to create value for stakeholders, staff and the customers.
In my work with many organizations, I have begun to realize that leading high performing teams effectively takes more than skill. It starts with the heart and soul of the leader: his perspectives, values and motives.
In Applied Materials, a failure isn’t labeled as a stigma. Instead, failure is viewed as an opportunity to learn and improve oneself. This difference in perception, coupled with the ability to mitigate risk, leads to an environment that encourages innovation.