Being the best is predicated on great teams. Creating great teams requires everyone using their strengths. We are constantly working on being OUR best, but are we constantly helping others be THEIR best? How often are you encouraging those around you?
Sometimes we get so caught up in competing with our coworkers that we don’t take the time to congratulate them on their achievements. In sales, we are trying to grab the next great client, before our teammates do. In retail, we are always vying for the boss’s approval, so we can get that next promotion. In the office, we are trying to put in our time for the next raise and more seniority.
We spend so much time trying to beat everyone else that we forget to cheer them on. Everyone loves to be congratulated and that means your peers too. By creating a positive atmosphere, we are helping others do well, along with ourselves. Great teams require great motivation. We must put more effort into helping others become their best. That way they will return the favor. Life is too short not to share it with your coworkers. Inspire the best in others and you will have a team like you have never known.
THE ART OF BUSINESS
BASED ON THE MAXIMS OF NAPOLEON –
The Politics of Reality
HANSHI STEPHEN F. KAUFMAN
There is no need to attempt an introduction of Napoleon Bonaparte. His contribution to the world and certainly to France is inestimable. He was, among many things, a major player in the structure of western civilization, and regardless of the final mistakes that he made, his influence is everlasting and without doubt quintessential in understanding strategy based on desire and total conquest of the world in its own form. This present work will enable those biased for whatever reason to assimilate the same intelligence used in the world traditions in that there is no difference in application for the benefit of personal victory in any theater of ‘conflict’.
The maxims of Napoleon illustrate in completeness and simplicity the knowledge that is required for winning in business situations where perhaps…
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