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Why We Win When You Love What You Do (And you Should, Too!)

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What drives our motivation?  There was a study that measured two kinds of motives for engaging in any activity:  internal and extrinsic motivation Internal or Intrinsic Motivation: engaging in behavior because it is personally rewarding.  In essence, engaging in an activity for one’s own benefit and not a reward. Participating in a sport because you […]

4 steps in determining your personal philosophy

FOUR STEPS IN DETERMINING YOUR PERSONAL PHILOSOPHY

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In my previous post, I defined Personal Philosophy as; “the most basic beliefs, concepts and attitudes of an individual or group.”  I also discussed, the importance of understanding your personal philosophy. In short, Our personal philosophy Fuels our Attitude. Our Attitude determines the quantity and quality of our Actions. Our Actions determine our Result. If you […]

Compass and your philosophy

THE IMPORTANCE OF UNDERSTANDING YOUR PERSONAL PHILOSOPHY

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Why do two people, who are put in similar circumstances, arrive at different outcomes?  The major difference is not in the circumstance.  The major difference is in their personal philosophy. Philosophy:  the most basic beliefs, concepts and attitudes of an individual or group.   What we are today is a result of the main dominating […]

HOW LEADERSHIP, PERSONAL GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT ARE TIED IN

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People who achieve leadership success in their fields, those that reach the top levels, understand a key concept. In order to achieve any leadership success, they must first focus on their personal development and growth. They develop a conscientious plan for their personal growth first before they can work on the growth of others. There […]