Premature Articulation (Plus 10 Associated Articles) Premature Articulation is a common problem. Putting your mouth into action before putting your brain into gear is the cause. The effect of such an problem can have far reaching consequences particularly in the work place.What can you do to ensure that you don't suffer from this affliction?Read on.... practical advice which has been proven to work. Fri, 06 Aug 2010 04:12:00 PST en-us Premature Articulation Fri, 06 Aug 2010 04:12:00 PST Why And How To Write Articles When it comes to SEO and a stream of long term traffic to your site there really is only one way to go.Articles are the best way to ensure that you have constant links to your site circling the web with a one time only input from yourself. And the best thing about article writing is that it doesn’t cost you a penny – in any currency.Here’s how it works:-make a list of the things that you know enough about to be able to write a helpful and informative article on.... Sun, 24 May 2009 11:57:15 PST Back To Back: Two Good Reads On Entry Level Leadership And Culture This month, I read two books back to back: Soldier's Heart by Elizabeth Samet and Punching In by Alex Frankel. Both of these works are an excellent introduction into entry-level corporate culture and leadership development.Soldier's Heart is a civilian English professor's take on the leadership culture of West Point, based on her 10 years experience as a faculty member. Professor Samet is in a rare, but well qualified position to pen Soldier's Heart. Only a fifth of the a... Sun, 24 May 2009 12:00:32 PST The Barriers That Stop Most People Presenting In Public & How To Overcome Them Gerald R. Ford said “If I went back to college again, I’d concentrate on two areas: learning to write and learning to speak before an audience. Nothing in life is more important than the ability to communicate effectively.”It’s the number one skill that’s guaranteed to position you head and shoulders above the competition, yet it’s frequently overlooked, according to female speaker, Patricia Fripp.My own take on having the ability to speak well in public is tha... Sun, 24 May 2009 12:13:13 PST Blueprint for Leadership - How to Be a Better Leader Here is a description of what people want in a leader. How do you compare? Fri, 06 Aug 2010 12:33:25 PST Jim Estill's 8 Rules Of Time I study the use of time and how to maximize productivity and enjoyment from it. From these studies, I have come up with the following list of time rules: 1 – It is more important to have clear goals than to be efficient. It is more important to work on the right things than to work efficiently. I liken this to the person who wants to get to Sudbury so gets in their car and drives 150 Km/hour. Does he get there before the person who checks the map (direction) and drives le... Fri, 06 Aug 2010 12:33:35 PST The Art of Achievement Ever wondered how some people have everything that the dream of and for many it just remains a dream? Here are some tips on how to help turn your dreams into reality. Fortunately, it's not a question of genetics or luck; it's down to the thinking strategies that we use. Fri, 06 Aug 2010 12:33:37 PST Why Work/Life Balance Doesn't Work Work/Life Balancing doesn't work!! In fact it reinforces the very problem it seeks to address. People need to integration and not balance. Fri, 06 Aug 2010 12:33:42 PST 5 Keys to Success Treating people with respect wins trust and develops lasting relationships. Here’s what to do. Fri, 06 Aug 2010 04:11:49 PST 5 Tips For Choosing The Right Motivational Posters For The Office As with choosing any art piece whether it is a print, original painting, sculpture, photograph or collectable, you can make or break a room choosing incorrectly.You can make quite a statement with the correct art piece! It can communicate on many different levels. Have you ever walked into an office for the very first time and while waiting, find yourself looking around, examining everything in the room? You can get a real good feel for the people there and get a sens... Fri, 06 Aug 2010 04:11:49 PST 7 Ways To Develop Momentum And Get Things Done One thing that I learned from bicycle racing (actually, I am not much of a bicycle racer but I do triathlons - biking needs work) is the power of momentum. In bicycle racing the way to do better and use less energy is to pedal very, very fast and powerfully to start with, give it 120% and once you are up to speed, you can simply maintain a good even cadence.I have often used this technique even with my car which tracks my Km per L (of course I don’t do major jack rabbit s... Fri, 06 Aug 2010 04:11:49 PST