Posts Tagged ‘ dale carnegie training for young adults ’

Do You Have a Management Mindset?

0
August 1, 2014
Do You Have a Management Mindset?

Tweet Before you ask your boss for a managerial level promotion, it’s a good idea to spend some time thinking about whether or not you are management material. The fact that you are an outstanding employee does not mean that you will like being a manager, or that you have the skills necessary to...
Read More »

Six Financial Survival Tips for College Graduates

0
June 8, 2014
Six Financial Survival Tips for College Graduates

Tweet If you are a recent college graduate, you can be fairly optimistic about your future as you leave campus and head out into the real world. No one ever says life on your own will be easy, but post-graduate financial security can be a reality. These six tips from your friends at Dale...
Read More »

Ask Questions Instead of Giving Orders

0
March 29, 2014
Ask Questions Instead of Giving Orders

Tweet Dale Carnegie once had the pleasure of dining with Miss Ida Tarbell, the Dean of American biographers. When Carnegie told her of his book in process, “How to Win Friends and Influence People,” the discussion led to the subject of getting along with people. Miss Tarbell told Carnegie that while she was writing...
Read More »

Top Five Reasons People are Motivated to Buy

0
November 11, 2013
Top Five Reasons People are Motivated to Buy

Tweet For sales professionals, analyzing the reasons people buy something is a life-long endeavor. The sub categories are as widely varied as life itself including—but certainly not limited to—family, romance, health, independence, and recreation. In the final analysis, it always comes down to what motivates an individual, and what you must do to captivate...
Read More »

A Genuine Interest in Other People Will Transform Your Life

0
October 7, 2013
A Genuine Interest in Other People Will Transform Your Life

Tweet Alfred Adler, a famous Viennese psychologist, wrote a book entitled, “What Life Should Mean to You.” In that book he says, “It is the individual who is not interested in his fellow men who has the greatest difficulties in life and provides the greatest injury to others. It is from among such individuals...
Read More »

Be Yourself and Let Everything Else Fall Into Place

0
September 20, 2013
Be Yourself and Let Everything Else Fall Into Place

Tweet Dale Carnegie always said that each of us is something new in the world. Be glad of it, and make the most of what nature gave you. In the last analysis, all art is autobiographical. You can sing only what you are. You can paint only what you are. You must be what...
Read More »

Get The Other Person Saying, “Yes” Immediately

0
June 7, 2013
Get The Other Person Saying, “Yes” Immediately

Tweet Projects rarely move forward and new initiatives are rarely successful if you do not have cooperation from your team. A great technique to build cooperation among team members is to help your team better understand why and how the project or initiative can positively effect them. One way to do that is to...
Read More »

Top 5 Mistakes Leaders and Managers Make

0
May 13, 2013
Top 5 Mistakes Leaders and Managers Make

Tweet Leaders and managers are human and are not always put into places of leadership with the proper training.  It’s not unusual to see a manager make common leadership mistakes simply from either a lack of training or lack of experience.  Even experienced managers can make some of the most common leadership mistakes made...
Read More »

3 Ways Senior Leaders Can Foster Business Professionalism

0
May 6, 2013
3 Ways Senior Leaders Can Foster Business Professionalism

Tweet Senior business leaders are often the ones younger professionals look to for how to conduct themselves. And no matter how long you have been in business, it’s likely that you’ve seen someone handle himself in a less than professional manner. Whether it was a lack of etiquette during a business lunch or dominating...
Read More »

Make Your Daily Problems Seem Easy by Comparison

0
April 22, 2013
Make Your Daily Problems Seem Easy by Comparison

Tweet Ted Ericksen once told Dale Carnegie how he used to be a terrible “worry wart.” But in the summer of 1942, when he was a young man just starting out on his life’s path, he had an experience that banished worry from his life for all time, and made every other trouble seem...
Read More »