"One of our best programs recently was KLR Consulting's Personal Strategic Planning. [Kristi] is an engaging and accessible speaker with relevant and exceptionally well-developed material. Great tools, excellent visuals and common sense tips. Everyone in our audience had their own "ah hah" moments, and felt that they got real value from the program."
Jack Longinotti, Program Chair, Careers, FEI Silicon Valley
Teams must pay attention to outcome-based results, and ensure all members are doing their part.
Teams that hold each other accountable are more productive & successful.
Commitment from team members is one of the building blocks of effective teams.
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(posted: March 1st, 2010)
"If you want to have more, you have to become more."
Jim Rohn spoke to more than 6,000 audiences during his lifetime, personally teaching millions of people the fundamentals of success. Rohn emphasized the importance of taking responsibility for personal growth, and he taught people why and how to reach for a bigger, better, more vital life. He stressed the importance of personal development, not only to benefit oneself, but also those people whose lives we influence through our abundance. Upon the news of Rohn's passing in December, millions worldwide paused to remember this personal-development legend whose wisdom continues to inspire us through books and audio and video programs.
Jim taught me that pursuing personal growth is my way of life. I have learned that anyone can have the life he or she desires with the right philosophy and discipline to follow through with action.
"There is nothing mystical about his philosophy," says SUCCESS Publisher Darren Hardy. "He always said, 'There are no new fundamentals. Truth is not new; it's old.' Jim taught us that success is simple and is the result of sticking to the basic, but mostly missed, fundamentals. The philosophies he taught were true 2,000 years ago and will be true 200 years from now."
I look forward to listening to every DVD and reading every article I can get my hands on because each one contained nuggets of truth that I continue to use to build myself and my business.
Here are a few of my favorite nuggets that have truly changed my life and the lives of many of my clients:
Don't do less than your best. Use your full expansion of your heart, soul, mind and touch. Don't be acceptable; be memorable.
Don't wish it was easier, wish you were better. Don't wish for less problems; wish for more skills. Don't wish for less challenges, wish for more wisdom.
In closing; one of my favorites; "Let others lead small lives, but not you. Let others argue over small things, but not you. Let others cry over small hurts, but not you. Let others leave their future in someone else's hands, but not you."