Great leaders are a magnet for talent in their organizations. In order to succeed, companies need great people. This means it is essential to have an effective strategy for recruiting, selecting, and retaining talent. But winning the war for talent requires much more than simply hiring high performers.
What does Discipline Mean? The word “discipline” is from the Latin word disciplina meaning “instruction and training”. It’s derived from the root word discere — “to learn.”
What gets in the way of you being disciplined? The word “discipline” can feel intimidating. The process of getting more disciplined can feel overwhelming. Intimidating + Overwhelming = I Quit. Discipline is too important to ignore and too misunderstood by too many people.
People think rationally but they act impulsively. It’s a good rule to remember next time you’re trying to sell something or influence someone. People usually follow their strongest internal feeling despite their rational understanding.
Your attitude has a profound impact on the way you lead people. It affects the way you sell and the way you serve customers. Ultimately, your attitude shapes your success and your happiness.
Choose to believe in yourself. Strengthen your resolve to understand who you are, what you are capable of doing, and why it matters. Strength requires work. Work requires practice. Practice takes time. Do the work.
Today is the most important day of your life. This is not a cliche. It is not a reminder that life is short. It is a timeless truth, a simple truth, and a truth that few people use to guide their daily thought and action.
The ability to create your own energy is one of the most important skills in the world. Energy comes from two places: you create it from the inside or you catch it from the outside.
Your attitude, actions, and words make a difference. They affect your environment and the people in it. That’s why E+R=O is such a powerful tool, because it’s not just about you. Your response is deeply personal and never private.
Have you ever listened to someone complain and thought to yourself, “That was fun. I hope I get to hear them complain more” Nope. It’s a zero ROI activity. Your life and the life of everyone around you improves the moment you stop complaining. The best version of you is not a complainer.