In case you missed it, I wanted to share this exciting news with you: Lead Positive was named one of the “Best Leadership Books” of 2014 by Inc.com!
In an article titled, “10 Tips and Quotes From the Best Leadership Books of the Year,” by Inc.com Contributing Editor John Brandon, appears this salient tip from Lead Positive:
Right now, I must say, it is quite easy for me to “reflect on and register the best of what is happening in the present moment.” After all, everyone (including me) is motivated by appreciation and recognition.
For more on leading positive in the moment, click on the titles of some of my most popular guest articles and interviews on the topic:
Choose: Respond or React
Chief Learning Officer Magazine
“You are far more effective when motivated by the promise of victory, rather than the fear of defeat.”
3 Strategies for Fewer Office Freak-Outs
“The only difference between fear and excitement is breathing.”
Where Does the Spotlight of Your Leadership Attention Shine?
by Jennifer Miller in The Huffington Post
“Focus five times more interest and effort on the upside than the downside.”
Choose Assets Over Deficits
“Asset-based thinking means to look at yourself and the world through the eyes of what is working, what strengths are present, and what the potentials are.”
Three Ways to Maintain a Positive Outlook in a Negative World
Smart Business Blog
“We may not always get the results we seek, but we are always in line to become a little wiser and a little better as a consequence. “