Treat others the way you want to be treated.
THE IDEAL EMPLOYEE A-Z BY Michael Josephson Accepts responsibility Believes in the mission Committed to improvement Demonstrates good character Eliminates waste Fixes rather than complains Goes the extra mile Holds the company accountable Is honest and responsible Juggles multiple tasks Knows what is needed Loves to do a job well Makes everyone better Never gossips Obtains needed resources Prods company …
Negative events can hurt you, distract you, and hold you down, but the only thing that you can stop is negative thinking. Stay Positive!
Do what you have to do now, so you can do what you want later. Procrastination is the thief of time.
Have you noticed that ignorant people are just opinionated as those who are informed, But that the ignorant folks always seem more certain? Knowledge enlightens, but it also tend to raise doubt and the desire for more knowledge. – Michael Josephson
Don’t make excuses. No one believes them anyway. You always have the time to do what’s important to you. Take responsibility for your choices.
DEBT Don’t spend what you don’t have. Live within your means – the pain of debt lasts longer than the pleasure of purchase.
Optimism breeds success. Be optimistic. Your life improves with a positive attitude.
Don’t confuse your plan with your goal. Successful people adapt to new circumstances and change whatever needs to be changed to meet their goals.
Forgiveness is not what we do for others; it’s what we do for ourselves so we can get well and move on.
Don’t expect to stumble your way to success. Set a goal and make a plan.
The most wasted of all days is one without laughter. – E. E, Cummings
If you want something better – Go For it. Be proactive – decide what you want and take action to make it happen.
Why walk when you can fly? Until you try you never know how high and far you can go or how much you can be. – Michael Josephson
None of us alone can eradicate all evil or alleviate all suffering, but many good people working together can make things a great deal better. – – Harold Kushner
In the middle of every difficulty lies opportunity. – Albert Einstein
There is within you, waiting to be called, a great source of power called courage. Call its name and it will give you the strength to overcome fear and uncertainty and the heart to continue bold confidence despite the pain of disappointment and tragedy. – Michael Josephson
A lie is a lie even if your fingers are crossed. BE HONEST. EARN TRUST.
People of character do the right thing even if no one is looking. People of character do the right thing even if it costs more than they want to pay. People of character do the right thing even if no one else does, not because they think it will change the world, but because they refused to be changed by …
Your choices make a difference – now and in the future. Don’t sacrifice a good life for a good time.
Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. – Albert Einstein
Face your fears and you’ll conquer them. You’ll be amazed to discover how strong you are.
If you can imagine it you can achieve it. If you can dream it you can become it. – William Arthur ward.
God, give us grace to accept with serenity that things cannot be changed, courage to change the things that should be changed, and the wisdom to distinguish the one from.
Leadership is about taking responsibility, not making excuses. – Mitt Romeny
Real leadership is demonstrated when you show you care more about getting something done than about getting credit for doing it. – Michael Josephson
Leaders find solutions not excuses. – Michael Josephson
Great leaders are principled; they are not merely effective, they are ethical. They adhere to moral principles In their objectives and methods. They engender trust and credibility because of their integrity and loyalty and because they care about their followers and treat them with respect. – Michael Josephson
Good leaders think seriously about both the integrity of management and the management of integrity. – Michael Josephson
Leaders must show they care. A leader is like a battalion commander who isn’t content to read the menus but insists on going into the mess hall to taste the food himself. Not only does he know more about what’s being fed to his subordinates, but he’s considered a better leader by his troops. – Peter Drucker.