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x Have you ever received an email informing you that you had lost your job, or the promotion or raise you were promised did not come through? There is a better way to communicate bad news at work and I’ll explain how in today’s smart tip. If you want happy, productive employees, it is very important that you use the appropriate channel for the topic when communicating with them. It’s become much easier to send an email, a text, or a memo when communicating with employees. If you have any kind of bad news to deliver, whether it is to one person, or to the entire company, it needs to be communicated face-to-face. Employees feel you don’t care about them if you send them an email telling them their project was cancelled, they aren’t getting that vacation or raise they were expecting, or worst of all they are being downsized out of the company. Emails, texts, and memos are better suited for informing people that a meeting time has been changed or cancelled, or any other messages that are not likely to cause a strong emotional reaction. Any message that could be considered bad news or would likely upset someone should be delivered in person. Then, you can also discuss it with them, answer any questions, and alleviate their anxieties. That won’t happen in an email. I’m Dr. Patty Malone, communication speaker, corporate trainer, and professor of DrPattyMalone.com. Thanks for watching my smart tip.
Dr. Patty Malone, Communication Speaker, Corporate Trainer & Professor of http://DrPattyMalone.com, shares a smart tip about how to properly communicate bad news at work.
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x Truth-Telling Lawyer & Evolutionary Strategist Alexis Neely of www.TheWholeTruthAboutLoveAndMoney.com shares a smart tip about where to invest your time, energy and money in this new and shifting economy.
Wealth Mentor Linda P. Jones of www.ShowMeWealth.com shares a smart tip about the single most important tool to creating wealth: having a wealthy mindset.
Have you given up on the possibility of ever becoming rich? Here’s a smart tip, that’s the single most important thing you need to know, to change your financial life! The most important thing about building wealth, is to have a wealthy mindset. That’s where all wealth begins. You may have read “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill and heard “thoughts are things”, or you may have see the movie “The Secret” or read the book “The Secret” and heard about the Law of Attraction. Both of those things deal with the fact that what we believe inside of us is what we manifest outside of us. So in order to build wealth, you need to believe that the Universe will bring to you what you ask of it. I call that the Law of Belief! I’m Linda P. Jones, America’s Personal Wealth Mentor. Thank you for watching my smart tips!
Truth-Telling Lawyer & Evolutionary Strategist Alexis Neely of http://TheWholeTruthShow.com shares a smart tip about how to shift your priorities so that you can focus on the things that make you happiest in life.
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Has your business taken over your life, because of all of the things that you think you should do, or have to do? Well I’ve got a smart tip for you that’s going to shift your reality, and remind you of what your business is really here for! Many of us in business get so caught up in the work that we are here to do, that we forget that our business really exists to support our life, rather than the other way around. And in order to make that a reality, you’ve go to use time blocking and scheduling so that your life comes first. Remember those things that you used to do before you got into business, the relationships that you use to have, and cultivate that. Remember what really makes you happy and begin to focus on how you can bring more of that into your life, so that if you didn’t have your business, if you didn’t have any money at all, you could still be completely happy living the life that you came here to live, without working so hard to get there. This is Alexis Neely with The Whole Truth About Love and Money. Tune in every Tuesday to get more truth about love and money. And in fact, go there right now and listen to our most recent show, and apply for a chance to receive coaching, to discover your truth about love and money, from me, on-air. I’ll see you there. Bye!
In this how-to video, you’ll learn the basics of trademarking a name in the United States.
Kilya Fenell with www.UltimateBizSystems.com gives you the answers you’re lookng for when it comes to your business.
Alexis Neely is an Evolutionary Strategist, Truth-Telling Lawyer and Bohemian Entrepreneurial Savant whose mission is to guide you to new paradigm conscious business structures, systems and models that work for You, Your Life, Your Great Work and Your Freedom! To learn more about Alexis Neely and find out what she’s up to, tune in to her weekly radio show every Tuesday at http://TheWholeTruthAboutLoveAndMoney.com
>>Tammy Strobel is the author of Simply Car-free and Smalltopia, blogger at RowdyKittens, a tiny house enthusiast, cat-lover, and coffee addict.
>>Lea Woodward is a mother and wife enjoying the nomadic lifestyle. She runs Kinetiva – an organization dedicated to creating online communities which enable people to create an income from their passion in life. She is also the founder of the Location Independent network which helps people live and work from anywhere.
>>Amy Storer-Scalia, armed with one of the first Miami University Electronic Journalism B.A. degrees, is the CEO and publisher of Cincy Chic (www.cincychic.com), the only online publication for women in Greater Cincinnati.
Cincy Chic, was recently recognized by the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber of Commerce through its WE Celebrate awards: winner of the “Best New Product/Service of the Year” award and the â€œMarketing to Women: Best Campaign of the Yearâ€ runner-up. The Cincinnati Business Courier named Amy one of their prestigious â€œ40 Under 40â€ honorees in 2010.
Cincy Chic raises more than $15,000 annually for local charities through four major philanthropic events. Its other events include ladies nights, lunch ‘n’ learns and cooking series. Cincy Chic offers its online community forums, blogs, webcasts, podcasts, social networking connectivity and weekly editorial covering five key topics: health, beauty, fashion, social and career.
The publication launched in January 2007 and now boasts more than 20,000 subscribers.
>>I like to call myself the Suitcase Entrepreneur because since 2006, when I left New Zealand, Iâ€™ve been travelling the world and living out of my suitcase.
Iâ€™m an adventurer and I have a motto of living life to the full. I love learning, entrepreneurship and Iâ€™m addicted to Ultimate Frisbee.
Iâ€™m a passionate Integrated Marketer with 9 years experience in marketing/communications and product management and 4+ year addiction to Social Media.
How did your Â journey begin?
I started this blog as WomanzWorld late 2009 to chart my journey as an entrepreneur and to learn from other amazing women entreprenurs.
At the time I was a cofounder of aÂ cool tech company and I didnâ€™t realise what Iâ€™d let myself in for when we started it in 2008.Â But I loved the whole world of entrepreneurship and knew it was the only way forward for me, no matter how challenging it can be.
What I found though was that there was a significant lack of women CEOs in technology and I was surrounded by men. Now donâ€™t get me wrong I think men are great and I learned a lot from their expertise.Â But I also knew that women approach business differently and have certain strengths and qualities that I wanted to emulate, know more about and interact with.
I figured having a platform from which to connect with them and interview them was a no-brainer.Â And so began this wonderful blog.Â Step forward to April 2010 and I decided to take what had become an overriding passion in my life, and turn it into a business.
Iâ€™m on a mission.
â€˜I want to blow the top off history and create a movement where women court bolder dreams and turn them into reality. A world where women want to shape and change the way in which we do business.â€™
Watch out world.
In December 2010 I rebranded to The Suitcase Entrepreneur to better fit the niche Iâ€™m focused on â€“ those wanting freedom in business and adventure in life.
Those of you ready to create a business that allows you to run it from anywhere should you so choose â€“ and thanks to the use of amazing online tools, social media and outsourcing itâ€™s totally achievable.
Of course not everyone wants a business like that, and so I donâ€™t expect them to pop by this blog. So that leaves just you and me and the wealth of over awesome individuals who want a successful business AND a life!
Iâ€™m here to make you realise that business CAN BE FUN and you can do it from anywhere in the world if you really want to.Â Open your mind. Jump on board and come join me on my journey to awesomeville.
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