Category Archives: Success Tips

End Your Year with a Meaningful Thank You

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Saying Thank YouThe one “thank you” that feels the most sincere is the one that comes from you directly. When someone can hear you say “thank you” – just to them – it feels different. It feels personal. It feels authentic.

If you want to make an impact during this holiday season, consider calling someone or stop by someone’s office and deliver that “thank you” in person.

Why? The “thank you” that is delivered personally takes more effort (and we know it) than sending off an email,

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Lina George: Corporate HR Rockstar Knocking Down Barriers

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Listen to this wonderful episode and be inspired on how Lina George, a successful Attorney in Human Resources took all the barriers in her life into a different perspective and made her way to success.

In this episode, you will learn:

  • Learn how to adapt to a new environment, but still being true to yourself.
  • Learn a few simple steps to getting noticed at work.

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The Power of Words: Predicting Your Success as a Financial Advisor

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Can the words we use predict our success in our business? This is a growing area of research – where the data analyzed is the words that we use. This language analysis has been done to predict the success of athletes, movies, books and more. Can they predict your success as a financial advisor too?

Researchers at Stony Brook University have developed an algorithm that will indicate whether a book will be commercially successful with 84% accuracy.

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Solve Your Biggest Business Problem Today: Here’s How

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problem solverAre you a problem solver? What about solving the biggest problem in your business? We often spend so much time solving problems for clients that our own business issues are perpetually moved into tomorrow’s pile to be solved later.

Issues and concerns like generating more revenue, marketing to reach more interested prospects, developing a consistent follow up plan for business development, networking, online reputation, creating multi-generational connections, business succession, etc.

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Positioning for the Win

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The Wall Street Journal recently ran an article on how one college basketball team, Kentucky, prepares for its opponents (“NCAA Tournament: Why Kentucky Hardly Bothers With Film Study”). They don’t spend much time studying game tapes of their opponents like most other basketball teams. They may have decided that their talent supersedes their preparation. And for most of the year it worked – but did it cost them? Would the outcome be any different if they focused more on preparation to position themselves for the win?

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