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I write a lot of content, and I can tell you that even the best content is no substitute for design.<br><br>My mind was inundated by a multitude of words I wanted to say to her, but that I did not utter: my parents had educated me well after all. I was thinking to myself: "Please don't keep my file and don't ever contact me again!" And "I am being realistic: you really have no idea of what you're doing and how to match positions with candidates regardless of the recruiter title on your business card." Quietly, I stood up. She looked offended by my obvious declination of her offer. I did not care. I was not offended though: I was rather amused. I extended my hand, shook hers, thanked her and left.<br><br>The third reason for YOU to call customers is that you appear more successful when you do. Just reflect on the story I shared with you. 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An extremely useful step in our Leadership Development is seeing myself as others see me. So I need to understand their perceptions of my behavior. My effectiveness in leading, relating to, or working with others is highly dependent on their perceptions of me. I may not agree with what they see, but their perception is our reality. Those around me have an opinion of who they think the real me is. Their perceived "truth" becomes the way they treat me. Their perception forms their part of the reality of our relationship.

Great Instructional Design attracts learners to the content, to the performance ideal, and to the change process. This attraction is essential for changing behavior. Change is difficult at best and painful at worst. But when we are attracted to something we are willing to change for it. We want to absorb it and ingest it and become it. Not because someone tells us we should, but because we want to. Because we are attracted to it. I write a lot of content, and I can tell you that even the best content is no substitute for design.

My mind was inundated by a multitude of words I wanted to say to her, but that I did not utter: my parents had educated me well after all. I was thinking to myself: "Please don't keep my file and don't ever contact me again!" And "I am being realistic: you really have no idea of what you're doing and how to match positions with candidates regardless of the recruiter title on your business card." Quietly, I stood up. She looked offended by my obvious declination of her offer. I did not care. I was not offended though: I was rather amused. I extended my hand, shook hers, thanked her and left.

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If there was no technical explanation for the 'failure', then consider that perhaps this event is really part of the old you and it's a sign to step in to the new projects, new vision, and the new goals you've set for yourself.

Gee... what if I never went past my techno junk pile I found a 1200 baud, 2400 baud and some big floppy diskettes. If you are into Instructional Design, you are into technology by default. Don't' resist it, don't be intimidated, just learn as much as you can absorb in one area. You cannot be an expert in everything. Then find friends that know the other stuff and rely upon their expertise and help in those areas.

We will never know how much it cost our business growth because we missed the seminars. However, if I had it to do over again, I still would have missed all the seminars to be able to watch my son play college football. They grow up so fast. At least I have those memories.

To get started as a distributor for it, you need to buy a starter kit. The starter kit can include any number of incentives. The cheapest starter kit is one hundred and thirty dollars. The starter packages go all the way up to seven hundred and twenty dollars. Something is amiss here. In none of the packages do they include startup samples, or bottles of limu. This company is out to make a profit and it seems like it is off of the backs of people who are trying to work for them.

The movie Miracle is without a doubt one of the best examples of how a team goes through the four stages of development and ultimately the community spirit appears. Herb Brooks (played by Kurt Russell) brings in a new player just a few weeks before the beginning of the 1980 Olympic opening ceremony. The players are upset and the chemistry of the team is compromised. This comes to a head when four team members ask to see Herb and tell him it is not fair. Herb asks why not. One player responds with - "we're a family" and this is the point that shows Herb he has a solid team that is committed to each other. And after all isn't that instructional Training Technology the community spirit is all about?

Apply what you learn. It is never enough to just read, listen or participate in discussions. It is important for you to apply what you learn. Whenever you learn a new leadership skill, commit to implementing that skill daily until you become expert and proficient at it.

Keep a clear vision in your mind in every meeting, every conversation, every choice you make - when you're convinced your convincing and we all need a fan base. If you're not 100% clear, hire a coach and get clear.

Recession Slayer #3: Get Some Friends: Recession hits all business and those in your area, industry and outside are looking for help too. Now is a very good time to develop mutually beneficial partnerships. In simple terms you offer your products/services to another companies' customers and they do the same in return.