The Rule of Twelve
Wednesday, April 03, 2013
Rule of Twelve
You can control that critical first impression by observing the following guidelines based on the Rule of Twelve, which suggests that we first notice and remember three things about people we meet.
• The first twelve inches from shoulders up.
• The first twelve steps a person takes.
• The first twelve words a person speaks.
The first rule of twelve tells you that people notice everything above the shoulders of your jacket: your tie, tie kno...
TIME, OUR MOST VALUABLE CURRENCY
Monday, February 25, 2013
"Some people can think no deeper than a fact"
In today’s turbulent business world where time, not money, is the most valued currency, many leaders find that they are going faster, but they are not necessarily accomplishing their personal or corporate goals any faster. One strategy that may help is to ask yourself some questions that cause you to think. Here are but a few:
1. Passion: What are you passionate about both personally and professionally? An alarming number of people in today’s wo...
Training is Like Flossing
Monday, January 28, 2013
Training is like flossing