It’s hard to apologize, but harder on you not to. I was wrong. I feel bad about it. I apologize. How can I make it right?
How to be a Master of Choice rather than a slave to anxiety and regret: Choose the Right when a choice is placed before you.
Learn quickly from setbacks to lengthen your stride to go forward. But wait, there’s more. Setbacks won’t set you back as long.
At first, it may seem unnatural to extend your hand to a newcomer. Naturally, unnatural becomes natural the more you do it. Do it.
Put up or shut up. Put others *up* in your conversations. When tempted to put them down, shut up. How to stay up? Put up.
The difference between accepting what you can’t change and giving up? Accepting frees you faster to change what you can. Do it.
Look for the good, not the should, in others. You’ll get a much better return on investment with what you find and share.
When it doesn’t feel right, make a U-turn. Your inner GPS doesn’t lie. Dead ahead is deadly trouble. Turn around.
The best way to truly shine is not center stage, with the spotlight on you. It’s offstage, shining the spotlight on others. True.
How to avoid having to fire bad employees: Be more selective in who you hire.
Most who seek advice already know the answer. Ask them this question, ‘If you had the answer, what might it be?’ Hello, Answer.
Finding fault is easy. Finding favor is easy. How do you find favor? Stop finding fault. Find positives instead. Do yourself that favor.