I Come From Mars

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Motivating Others

Posted by Bruno Afonso on 12/04/2009

100waystomotivateotherscapaSometimes, when you have people under your responsability, it’s hard to keep them focused and commited to their obligations and goals.

Being a leader is not an easy task, nor it is suited for everyone.

It is no shame to admit that you don’t have what it takes to be a leader. It is OK. You have your own weaknesses and you have your own strengths. You not be a great leader, but you are surely great at doing something else. Not being able to lead doesn’t make you any worse than your pears.

However, sometimes in our lives, for one reason or the other, you are faced with a situation in which you have to manage, run, take care of a group (big or small). When those times come, it comes in handy to have some basic notions of how people work in matters of motivation.

This book can provide you with lots of helpful tips on how this works. The concepts it shows can give us a better understanding of the things one must pay attention to when leading others.

Still, even if you never come to need it, it is always some useful piece of knowledge.

(If you like the ebook, remember to buy it afterwards. Support the authors)

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