How much of others skill sets we can integrate into project dynamics determine the magnitude of how much you can leverage the existing brain power! Using the special skills all members of a team or company make projects collaborative and fortify them with various perspectives and angles of intelligence. The opportunity to fail decreases as team oriented thinking increases.

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Have you ever been accused of worrying too much? Worrying is an action that is easily accessible and is quite quickly put into action by many common occurrences which take place in our daily lives. Along with the fact that it’s unhealthy, it is also quite unproductive. We’ll notice if we look at the difference of those mental actions: the pro-activity in creating change is the demonstrable characteristic and the other function: worrying, is a visible restriction to figuring out how to creatively assess that which we worry about.

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The idea is that all dreams and goals can be achieved, maybe not today, but that today matters significantly in the future victories in our lives. What we actively involve ourselves in currently will literally create the accomplishment and success of our wildest dreams—so long as today, TODAY, we make active strides towards these long-term goals.

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If you’re feeling tired, and we’re still in the first quarter of the year, take a break. Kick your feet up, doodle, do a cross word puzzle. When your brain gets to take a few minutes off, you will find you’re repaid with more energy and the inspiration to create more than if you were to push yourself to keep doing more.

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Everyone can be a Leader 24/7 I believe that everyone is a leader-not just those that have a fancy title. “In a world that is changing as rapidly as this one, we need to think differently about leadership,” says Susan Collins, author of Our Children Are Watching: Ten Skills for Leading the Next Generation to…

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Chain reaction. Lucky streak. Keep good things coming your way by keeping your perception positive! Try to look at any upcoming challenges as opportunities to learn new things or try things differently. Find a way to make things you think you HAVE to do into things you WANT to do.

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What leaders frequently forget in their zeal to be prudent and careful is that “the wisdom of crowds” applies within their own organization. Instead of narrowing the circle they rely on, they should be widening it. James Surowiecki in his book, The Wisdom of Crowds: Why the Many Are Smarter Than the Few and How Collective Wisdom Shapes Business, Economies, Societies and Nations, explains that a diverse collection of independently-deciding individuals is likely to make certain types of decisions and predictions better than individuals or even experts!

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A simple “Thank You” makes you happier, healthier and makes your organization run better, too. Being appreciative and cultivating gratitude is something that you should be working on year-round not just during the holidays. Make a commitment that being appreciative and cultivating gratitude will be an ongoing activity for you and your organization.

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