Monthly Archives: October 2011

1)    A life coach will push you to maximize your potential. 2)   Wise people learn from their mistakes. Wiser people learn from the mistakes of others FIVE THINGS I HAVE LEARNED ABOUT PEOPLE 1. People do not have confidence in … Continue reading

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Building self-confidence at work is like building a bridge! Confidence is the Bridge between where you are and where you want to be! You have a God-given desire for greatness. You were born to win, to be the best you … Continue reading

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1) Be a Person of Integrity – United States President Dwight Eisenhower said, “In order to be a leader a man must have followers. And to have followers, a man must have their confidence. Hence, the supreme quality for a … Continue reading

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Be a Person of Integrity Confidence on the outside begins by living with integrity on the inside. Confidence springs from a life of integrity. To have confidence at work and in life you must know it is built on two … Continue reading

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Confidence is the fuel that empowers your natural talents and causes you to perform at your maximum potential. It propels your ability to perform forward like the rocket boosters sending the space shuttle into orbit. Confidence is the force that … Continue reading

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Confidence at work will be the difference between the number one salesperson and a mediocre salesperson! The mediocre salesperson just talks about the product; but the number one salesperson exudes confidence, expertise and knowledge about the quality and benefits of … Continue reading

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Let me ask you a very important question: When do you need confidence at work? Answer: Every day of your life. Nobody wakes up charged with confidence. Your level of confidence runs on the fuel of daily encouragement. Studies show … Continue reading

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