I know, I know. It's a gray area kind of question, but it's easier to answer than you think. Ask yourself: Are you a spender or a saver?
In today's Marvelous Moments chat, I discuss the root of the word WIN. We know winning as achieving great results or goals. But a winner also prioritizes what's important in the now. Are you in it to "WIN" it? For more free tips and resources, visit MarvinLeBlanc.com/Freebies
About The Author
Marvin LeBlanc LUTCF, CNP, is a performance strategist and author of the number one Amazon Kindle best-selling book, Come Hell or High Water: Life Lessons from Hurricane Katrina. Marvin not only brings wisdom and insight gained from his three decades in the insurance and finance industries, but he also empowers others through his unique sharing of lessons and techniques from years of corporate and leadership training and motivational programs. A vibrant entrepreneur who makes the stage his own–and yours, Marvin’s humor-filled stories bring inspiration, heart-warming truths and tangible, strategic takeaways you can bring back to your organization.yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.
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I am constantly amazed at how many clueless managers neglect their team member's needs. I'm even more baffled at how long said managers have been in leadership roles. If you are a manager, supervisor or boss, here's what you need to know:
In this very moment, you have the opportunity to make a real difference in your business.
When I first started thinking about my future, I was 17 years old.
If we dream of pursuing limitless opportunities and potential, we must learn how to embrace the setting of boundaries. These guard against unwarranted interruptions to the tasks at hand and allow us to compartmentalize different aspects of our lives. This way you can attain the very best level of quality within each compartment.
by: Barry Gottlieb
"If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion." -The Dalai Lama
This question came to me from a client of mine after a coaching session one afternoon. Sometimes a lack of sales strategies aren't the only factors inhibiting your performance. Whether it's you or a friend who needs this advice, please share:
By: Brandon Redfern
I'd like to introduce you to one of my colleagues, Brandon Redfern, as he discusses a recent customer experience.
Q&A: If I'm not a natural salesman, is it worth going into a sales training position to develop these skills?
It absolutely is worth committing your time and your resources to developing the right skills and habits that sales professionals use in every industry.