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7 Quality Questions to Start Your Day

Each day is a gift, and the way you start your days will have a big impact on the quality of your life. As you wake up each morning, it is important to take some time to think through how you will spend your day.

To start your day with a positive mind-set, answer these seven questions:

  • What am I grateful for in my life?

Remind yourself of the things that matter most, ponder on those great moments and be grateful for them. When you do this, you find yourself unlocking the key to happiness, because then you realize how blessed you are.

  • What accomplishments am I proud of?

If you are not proud of any of your life’s accomplishments, begin to ask yourself what steps you need to take, starting today, towards achieving your life’s goals.

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10 Thoughts to Motivate You

TOPIC: 10 Thoughts to Motivate You

When challenges and difficulties arise, motivation can sometimes be hard to come by. This leads people to procrastinate or avoid goals which seem difficult.

Your thoughts are powerful channels for motivation, and it is important to ensure that you choose your thoughts carefully and use them to reinforce your self-confidence. Negative thoughts can be very effective at preventing you from achieving your goals, but on the flip side, positive thoughts can be just as powerful at helping you achieve those goals.

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Customer Service Surveys: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly!

Surveys help companies to measure satisfaction, identify unhappy customers and find potential advocates. Ultimately it’s a leading indicator of consumer repurchase intentions and loyalty.

By using surveys with both quantitative and qualitative responses a complete picture as to the true state of the customer experience will be gotten.

Surveys are created to get valuable feedback from customers about the way they think about the Services they got and ways to improve.

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The Unconventional Guide to Keeping a Job

Whenever things go a bit sour in a job I’m doing, I always tell myself, ‘You can do better than this.’
Dr. Seuss

Finding the perfect working conditions that you desire within any given organization is like assuming that you will have everything you ever wanted in a friend or a spouse. Organizations have their own structural, financial, developmental, cultural, regulatory and administrative differences, and so when you get a job, be rest assured that it will take a certain amount of effort to fully integrate and excel at your job.

Unlike generations X and Y, millennials are quite quick to start considering a change in jobs at the slightest discomfort that is experienced at the workplace. We had generations before the millennials (people born between the year 1912- 1970) who kept their jobs for over 3 decades and were fulfilled in their work.

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The Untold Routines of Successful People

“Whenever you see a successful person, you only see the public glories, never the private sacrifices to reach them.” –Vaibhav Shah.

Being around ultra-successful people can provide valuable information about who they really are, what keeps them going, and most essentially, what makes them so successful and productive.
Kevin Kruse, a Forbes leadership columnist and author of several books including the NY Times bestseller, ‘We: How to Increase Performance and Profits Through Full Engagement’, interviewed over 200 ultra-successful people, as well as 7 billionaires, 13 Olympians, and a horde of proficient entrepreneurs.
For his interviews, a simple open-ended question was asked “WHAT IS YOUR NUMBER ONE SECRET TO PRODUCTIVITY?” below are some of his findings:

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Self Discipline: A Self Regulatory Mechanism for Success

Let us start with this popular statement:
“There are two types of pain you will go through in life, the pain of discipline and the pain of regret. Discipline weighs ounces while regret weighs tonnes.” – Jim Rohn

Below are excerpts from “The Miracle of Self-discipline”, a book by Brian Tracy – a seasoned self-development professional who constantly engages corporate and public audiences on the subjects of personal and professional development – including the executives and staff of many of America’s largest corporations.
Ever wondered why people in the same age group, class, country, etc., churn out different results? How do the people with better results achieve them?
There will always be excuses as long as you are bent on giving them. Some common excuses are; the economy is bad, the weather is cold, I didn’t get a good education, my boss is too critical. These excuses will not get you anywhere. Losers make excuses, winners make progress!

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Think Outside Your Comfort Zone

To get started, ask yourself these questions …
 How will your life be like in ten years if you kept doing the same thing you are good at?
 How would you feel if you met someone your age with an improved version of your skill?
 Examine your life goals. Have you limited your goal setting to things that you can do comfortably and safely?
Often times, when balancing work and life, we find ourselves in a rot. We are basically going through the motions of everyday living with no time to discover new skills and improve on old ones. In other words, we lose our hunger for new knowledge, experiences and eventually the ability to think outside the box.

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