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Adjusting your body language

When you're nervous, your body tends to tighten up, leading to short stiff movements or fidgeting. By contrast, bigger hand movements while speaking convey confidence (they make you look and even feel more confident.)

An easy way to start exercising hand movements is using the voice rule: simply move your hand in rhythm with your voice.

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How To Turn Insecurity Into Confidence

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A Marvel Named Stan Lee

The Silver Age of comics, during the 60s, produced many gems like the Amazing Spider-Man, the uncanny X-Men and Captain America.

Most of these were from the Marvel factory, where Stan Lee, born Stanley Martin Lieber in 1922, started weaving his magic with the help of other creative and marketing geniuses who sustained his vision.

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Focusing On Self-Leadership

Leaders spend many hours trying to shape and influence external factors such as processes, people, and targets.

Surprisingly, leaders would see better results if they spent more time focusing on self-leadership. Self-leadership consists of four elements: self-discovery, self-acceptance, self-management, and self-growth.

  • Be aware of the business landscape to recognize that a need for change exists.
  • Impeccable timing - having the ability to seamlessly sell change while minimizing disruption. 
  • Sell an ability to sustain long-term bottom line impact that comes from the change you are selling.
  • Selling change requires a level of desire that makes it mandatory for you to get your hands dirty throughout the selling cycle. 
  • To withstand the obstacles and resistance by those affected by the change you are selling demands mental toughness.
Making a business thrive

Specific vocational skills are essential - coders should be able to code, salespeople should be able to sell. But, we also need soft skills. By only focusing on the seemingly essential skills, we've reduced the value of the skills that actually matter. 
What separates thriving organizations from struggling ones is the "soft" skills. These skills are not negotiable.

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