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When leaders fail at the little details, especially the interpersonal details, trust erodes.

by Rick Baker
On May 28, 2018

The Thinking Behind The Tweet

Trust is pretty much everything. Followers look to leaders for positives, subliminal or overt justifications for building trust.

 

Top performers feel disappointed when they make errors. Then, quickly, they replace that thinking with confidence.

by Rick Baker
On May 26, 2018

The Thinking Behind The Tweet

Self-confidence is precious.

Self-confidence is self-grown.

 

Self-confidence is essential.

A true Sense of Urgency: that's doing things promptly when you know the right things to do and you know how to do them well.

by Rick Baker
On May 23, 2018

The Thinking Behind The Tweet

Anything shy of this isn't a true sense of urgency.

Anything shy of this is guesswork, bad planning, or fighting phantom fires.

Anything shy of this is pretty much guaranteed to annoy everyone you drag into your situations.

Most people tend to express problems in ways that do not reveal the true source of their pain.

by Rick Baker
On May 22, 2018

The Thinking Behind The Tweet

And most people reply to such cries for help with cries for help. [Eckhardt Tolle]

It's all about the huge influence our unconscious brain exerts, as part of the human condition.

 

Some people become problem magnets...attracting a never-ending series of similar problems.

by Rick Baker
On May 18, 2018

The Thinking Behind The Tweet

Many of us don't see the problems coming let alone see we are the specialists who create them.

For some people - problems get totally out of control...arriving one after another...time after time after time.

Some people cannot get out of their 'problem ruts'. They need help. They need the benefits found in other people's talents & strengths.

 

 

Better to be skilled at puzzles than cross words.

by Rick Baker
On May 16, 2018

The Thinking Behind The Tweet

When you are skilled at puzzles you deliver value.

When you are skilled at cross words you remove value.

Constructive criticism is an oxymoron.

 

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