The first thing you register when you meet someone, before you’ve even realized it consciously, is their smile – or the lack of a smile. The presence or lack of a smile decides the entire tone of the interaction you’re going to have with that person – long before a word is spoken.
Every workplace has its own emotional microclimate – and the day-to-day weather is set by those in charge.
As a leader your smile is one of the most powerful tools you have at your disposal for setting the tone of the workplace.
Screenr is a screen capture tool that allows you to quickly and easily create narrate screen-based presentations. With the free version, available at www.screenr.com, there’s a 5-minute time limit on the recordings – and I’ve found this limit forces you to be as brief and concise as you can when you’ve something to say.
Writing a book will enhance your career prospects and dramatically enhance your personal brand.
This is the last in an 8-post series on how to write a book – without putting your life on hold.
If you’ve stumbled across this post without reading the previous posts, I’d strongly suggest you check out the first seven posts in the series on how to write a book – starting with the introduction to the series.
Think sales activity to increase sales despite the tight economy. Get planning!
In this economy two things will determine your sales success more than anything else – the sales activity goals you set for yourself and your team, and the extent to which you follow through on those activities.