Posts Tagged ‘ How to Stop worrying and Start Living ’

Managing Stress and Goal Setting

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September 5, 2014
Managing Stress and Goal Setting

Tweet Goal setting is a worthwhile and necessary function on the road to success. But over-striving to meet goals often results in more stress, and thus, the need to find ways to reduce it. When attempting to reduce goal-oriented stress, your friends at Dale Carnegie Training of Central & Southern New Jersey recommends first...
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Make the Fault Seem Easy to Correct

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August 9, 2014
Make the Fault Seem Easy to Correct

Tweet A bachelor friend of Dale Carnegie, about forty years old, became engaged, and his fiancée persuaded him to take some dancing lessons. “The Lord knows I needed dancing lessons,” confessed the friend, “for I danced just as I did when I first started twenty years ago. The first teacher I engaged probably told...
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Developing a Sales Success Attitude

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July 18, 2014
Developing a Sales Success Attitude

Tweet Developing and understanding how your attitude relates to your career is a very important first step to increasing your sales success. Once you have an attitude understanding, you can better develop a personal value statement. A personal value statement is absolutely critical to communicating the value you provide to a client. Here are...
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Six Financial Survival Tips for College Graduates

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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...
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5 Tips For Leading Change Without Authority

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May 9, 2014
5 Tips For Leading Change Without Authority

Tweet During periods of change, we sometimes think too far ahead. If we allow ourselves to get caught up in “what if” thoughts, we lose track of today. Take on the changes one day at a time, and the process seems less overwhelming. Here are five tips for making that happen from your friends...
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A Clear Mind Starts With a Clear Desk

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April 27, 2014
A Clear Mind Starts With a Clear Desk

Tweet Roland L. Williams, President of the Chicago and Northwestern Railway, once said, “A person with his desk piled high with papers on various matters will find his work much easier and more accurate if he clears that desk of all but the immediate problem at hand. I call this good housekeeping, and it...
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10 Factors for Organizational Change

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April 24, 2014
10 Factors for Organizational Change

Tweet The best thing about organizational change is that is always happening in the workplace environment. Change affects every aspect of the business from the employees to the mission and the culture. And change is both simple and complicated. Here in New Jersey, we deal with change every single day. As soon as the...
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Top 5 Questions to Prepare for When Going on an Interview

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April 12, 2014
Top 5 Questions to Prepare for When Going on an Interview

Tweet It’s human nature to be nervous about an upcoming interview. Besides trying to find out all you can about the company you need to present yourself in the best light possible and prove that you’d be a valuable asset. The anxiety that comes with interviewing can be lessened, however, if you remember that...
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Ask Questions Instead of Giving Orders

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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...
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The Key to Peace and Happiness

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March 1, 2014
The Key to Peace and Happiness

Tweet Jonathan Swift, author of Gulliver’s Travels, was the most devastating pessimist in English literature. He was so sorry that he had been born that he wore black and fasted on his birthday; yet, in his despair, this supreme pessimist also praised the great health-giving powers of cheerfulness and happiness. Dale Carnegie talks about...
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