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Top of Mind: October 5, 2017
October 5th, 2017
by Bill Boyajian

Food for Thought

  • If you want to be liked, you have to be likable.
  • If you want to be loved, you have to love others.
  • If you want to be respected, you have to respect others.
  • If you want to be noticed, you have to be out there and noticeable.
  • If you want a raise, do more than is expected.
  • If you want a promotion, prepare yourself for the job you want.
  • If you want to build loyalty, be loyal.
  • If you want people to believe in you, care about them.
  • If you want to have more meaningful relationships, be nicer.
  • If you want to show integrity, don’t put others down.

If you don’t believe any of this, well, that’s a problem.

 

Here are a few Business & Life Tips to think about…

Business Tips:

  • Build a good name. Keep it clean. Don’t worry about making money yet. Do good work. Your name will become your currency.
  • To get more time in your work day, analyze everything you do. Eliminate time-wasters, delete unwanted emails, and reduce interruptions.
  • Keep your day job. The routine is good for you, even if a little boring. Boredom forces you to take risks. Risks take you to new places.

 

Life Tips:

  • Insecurity is a debilitating condition. Why choose to be around people who have to put others down in order to prop themselves up.
  • Materialism is getting things for yourself. Generosity is giving things to others. There is no better time to give than now.
  • You only get one chance to make a first impression, so make it good. First impressions have lasting value, good or bad.


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–Howard Herzog
International Jewelers Block Insurance

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– Pam Levine,
Levine Design Group