Say Yes! or No!
“Not all of us are going to be great orators and writers, but being able to articulate our ideas intelligently is critical to our success.”
The two most powerful words in any language are “yes” and “no.” They’re often the first words we learn. And they are powerful because they are clear.
“Words,” Rudyard Kipling once said, “are the most powerful drugs used by mankind.” I agree. And using the “right” words, the words that express exactly what we want to say, is the key to effective communication.
“No action, no change. Limited action, limited change. Lots of action, change occurs.”
“Procrastinators: Leaders of Tomorrow,” the t-shirt phrase puts it right into perspective. If you want to lead a fulfilling life, you have to get moving today on the tasks that will make the difference. Whether you suffer from the procrastination bug in one area or throughout your life, the following ten tips can help take you from paralysis to achievement.
As a purposeful entrepreneur, it’s likely that you want to make the world a better place. And you also likely know that it all starts with you. Your business depends on your ability to transform energy into value which helps make the world a better place.
Now that sounds great, but what isn’t said is that transformation is a continuous, never-ending process of completions in order to have new beginnings. Without completing things (or, in the metaphysical sense, the ‘death’ of things), the cycle of life can’t begin (as a new birth, which can mean the next level of life as well as a brand new entity).