Friday, May 26, 2017

How to stretch your skill set-Career advices

To keep in step with the previous blog about self promotion I decided to talk a little more about the subject and tell you about a required lecture I had to sit in on today prior to me graduating from Suffolk University.
The lecture revolved around getting on the upward spiral after you receive your MBA.  I was pretty skeptical about this lecture seeing as I’ve been in the working world before and the outline we were given did not interest me for the exception of the “5 things they don’t tell MBA’s.”
Deb Rosenbloom, our lecturer from the Hancock Leadership Group, was able to rework the presentation when she realized we have all had experience and are either unemployed or full-time students heading into an internship.
The two main things I took away from this lecture were:
1. Be persistent and relevant. Deb told us how when she was looking for work in an industry that was outside of her previous skill set she contacted the recruiter anyway and insisted that some specific skills that she did have directly related to the position at hand and having them would allow her to excel in the job.  After being politely persistent she was granted an interview and got the job.
So, this leads me to take back what I told Richard and Alison in one of my comments and how I am viewing my job search.  You may not fit all five requirements but if you relate to the employer and relate the skills you do have to the job and prove that they will help you excel and exceed expectations then you may have a shot at the job you are after.
2. Passion, enthusiasm and tenacity are just as important as skills. This one really spoke to me because as I mentioned earlier it seems that a lot of employers are overlooking candidates who may do a much better job than the ones they do hire.  This may simply be due to the fact that the previously mentioned “under qualified” candidates may not fit the required skill set 100%.  I have even toned down my own search efforts to companies and jobs that fit my exact skills.  Unfortunately, for many, this may mean settling for less.
Currently the job pool is like the housing market.  It’s a buyers world out there and the buyers are the employers.  There are so many candidates to choose from that they really don’t need to settle for the guy or gal that doesn’t have all the skills when someone right behind him or her does have everything they are looking for.
Unfortunately, for employers this may mean that this “perfect” candidate is stale and is not on his or her upward spiral. What I mean is that a candidate with a couple of missing skills may be a lot more wiling to take on the task of learning and perfecting those missing skills in order to prove the managers wrong than a candidate who knows everything and doesn’t feel like he or she needs to go above and beyond.
So what can you do? I am now convinced that with persistence and relevance you can get the chance to show your true passion for the job and how enthusiastic you would be to work for a company that not only fits the skills you do have but also interests you on a personal level!  This personal interest will make you care that much more for the outcome of a project and company and it’s something you need to highlight to the employer!
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Once you do land that job put these “5 secrets MBA’s aren’t told” to work:
1. Hard work is good, landing the right assignment is better. What seems “cool” may not get you the visibility you deserve.
2. You won’t know it all. Ask intelligent questions and remember that others around you may have the same question but may not have the guts to ask it.
3. Never let them see you sweat. Keep your emotions at bay and remember to not take impulsive actions…let your nerves settle!
4. Mistakes are opportunities. Own up and say how you’ll do the right thing next time around.
5. Feedback is critical. Sometimes you may need to manage up to get that feedback but if you want to grow you must ask for it, and take it with a grain of salt if some of it is a criticism.
Get out there!  Climb that mountain and contact that recruiter or hiring manager again and prove to them that YOU are what they need.
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Friday, May 19, 2017

What are the benefits of addict a sport

Sport is everyone's favorite. at least 80% of world population.Some one love watch sports.Some one play...I am going to talk about what are the benefits of playing sports..not watching actuality. LOL.

Actually am not going to categorized sports..But I mainly focus out door games .Such as body effective sports like cricket ,rugby ,foot ball, bodybuilding etc. Also Health benefits.

Are you sport lover?or professional sportsman? cool. This is for you...

What are the benefits of Spots?(summery)

 Physical exercise is good for mind, body and spirit. Furthermore, team sports are good for  learning accountability, dedication, and leadership, among many other traits. Putting it all  together by playing a sport is a winning combination.

  • Physical development – Children who participate in sports develop stronger muscles and bones, and the stronger you are, the less likely you will suffer from physical injury. A New Zealand study conducted in 2006 suggested participating in physical exercise before and during the onset of puberty helps reach peak bone mass, enabling them to develop stronger muscles and bones that will be the foundation for future growth.
  • Aids in weight control – Several studies have shown that childhood obesity is a growing problem in our society. Playing sports, however, will keep children active and aid in the fight in combating this problem. Having a controlled weight leads to happier children and decreases the risk of diseases that comes from being overweight in their lifetimes, such as heart disease and diabetes.
  • Improves endurance: Participating in sports improves cardiovascular endurance. Increased cardiovascular health decreases the risk for heart disease which is the number one killer disease claiming almost 800,000 lives in 2011, according to the CDC. Having an increased endurance allows athletes to reach their full potential in sports but most importantly, will keep their heart healthy.
  • Builds character – Playing sports at a young age enables children to participate in social interactions and build skills such as teamwork, leadership, and responsibility as they learn to work with others to achieve a common goal. This type of setting allows children to develop and practice different mental and moral qualities they acquire from their surroundings on the field, at the school and at home.
  • Boosts self-esteem – Being part a of a team with similar goals will increase the child’s value of their self. What they contribute to the team – whether it be in leadership positions or in fulfilling important roles – will ultimately contribute to the boost in their self-esteem and their confidence. There are numerous studies that support the impact of youth sports on self-esteem. In fact, one Swiss study found that adolescents who participated in sports clubs viewed their health and their body image positively.
  • Strengthens perseverance – Athletes are often placed in adverse situations on the field, both during game days and practices. During these high-pressure moments, the children learn to persevere through those challenges, and because there are so many of these moments in sports, the child will learn to quickly adapt to these situations and take them in stride. Practicing perseverance at a young age with this kind of adversity will lead to better coping skills, and critical thinking and application skills in life when they are met with bigger challenges.
  • Develop teamwork skills – Teamwork is a skill you are going use for years to come, so it is important to learn the basics early. Youth sports provide children important lessons in team dynamics. Everyone must work together to achieve their goals, and sports allow children to sort through each others strengths and weaknesses to decide what  strategy works best for the team.
  • Teaches discipline – Playing sports require athletes to be disciplined in tactical, mental and physical aspects. In order to succeed in sports you must have self-restraint, and behave in a controlled and precise manner. Good discipline translates to life situations in order to achieve goals and reach their fullest potential.
  • Promotes healthy competition – While naysayers like to claim youth sports are becoming too competitive, it is inevitable that as they grow, children will face competition in school, the workplace and their personal lives, so they must learn how to interact in competitive environments. Participating in sports will teach children how good sportsmanship and that trying your hardest  will often yield great results.
  • Provides guidance – As youths, children haven’t experienced nor learned what adults have, and because of this, children require guidance to make the right decisions. While parents and guardians are the ultimate mentors, participating in youth sports also gives athletes the opportunity to meet positive people, such as coaches and parent volunteers, who will guide them as they grow. Some examples of mentors include coaches and parent volunteers. In a study conducted by Big Brothers Big Sisters, children are 52% less likely to skip school if they have a mentor and 46% less likely to use drugs. There are tons of things out there to distract the impressionable youth, but sports gives them focus and people to make sure they stay on track.
So if you not going to gym yet, not going to ground, Today is the day for start it.keep enjoy you life...sports are best way for it...

I will come tomorrow with what are the mental benefits of sport...for now, good bye..

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

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Sunday, April 30, 2017

The 5-Minute Habit That Can Change Your Life

In today’s world, it’s incredibly easy to get sidetracked from doing what truly matters to you. Every day, we are bombarded by distractions from all directions. Being able to minimize these distractions and focus your time on what’s important to you will greatly influence your entire life.

When it comes to being productive with your time and focusing your days on what really matters to you, there is a 5-minute habit that can have a significant affect on your life. It’s very simple: You must tell your time where to go.
Taking 5 minutes every day to write down your schedule for the next day can help you stay on track toward your goals, decrease time wasted on unimportant activities, and help you make sure you are spending your days doing what matters most to you.
Here are some tips to maximize the power of writing down your schedule.

1. Set aside time to do something you love

Every day, plan some time to do something you love, even if it’s for just 5 minutes to start. When you take time to regularly do the things that light you up, your life will change and so will the people around you. If you’re not sure what you love, check out this free workbook.

2. Make sure you’re living your top priorities

Writing down your schedule can help you stay focused on what’s truly important in your life. As you write down your schedule, make sure you’re spending time on your top priorities. If you notice that month after month, you’re neglecting what’s important and filling your schedule with junk, it’s time to re-evaluate yourself. By consistently writing down your schedule, if you discover that you’re not living your top priorities, dig deep and be really honest with yourself about what your priorities are, and re-evaluate your life and schedule so you can truly live your priorities.

3. Group similar tasks together

When you write down your schedule, consider batching tasks together that are similar or that require you to be in the same location. This can help you minimize time spent transitioning from one activity to the next, which can help increase your productivity. Think about your daily tasks and group them in ways that allow for seamless transitions.

4. Give yourself deadlines

Deadlines are very powerful, as they can help us significantly increase our effort. When you write down your schedule, put time limits on your tasks. When you feel like the task must be completed in a certain amount of time, it can help you avoid procrastination and take immediate action. One way to maximize your use of self-imposed deadlines is to use the Pomodoro technique. This very simple technique can significantly help you to focus during your time allotted for each task.

5. Include a small step toward a big goal on your daily schedule

In order to make regular progress toward your big goals, commit to taking a small action step every day. Each day, write out the action step you will take the next day to move yourself closer to your dreams.
I hope these time-management strategies help you as much as they’ve helped me. Writing down your schedule is a very simple exercise, yet it can be life-changing. When you tell your time where to go, it helps you focus your life on what truly matters to you. This will enable you to live a more fulfilling life. As you develop the habit of writing down your schedule, I’d love to hear how your life changes as a result. Writing down your schedule is a very simple, yet amazingly beneficial, life hack.

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Friday, April 28, 2017

The forbes says:Ten Authentic Leadership Practices

Of all the principles supporting sustainable leadership, authenticity is one of the most important.  It also can be one of the most challenging to practice.  Despite this, few people realize it’s an area that even needs continuous attention.  In more than three decades of interacting with thousands of leaders, I’ve yet to meet an executive for coaching who comes to me lamenting, “I’m having real trouble being authentic.”  Yet if authenticity is so important, why don’t we recognize it as an issue within ourselves?  The answer is both simple and profound:  we are always authentic to our present state of development.  We all behave in perfect alignment with our current level of emotional, psychological, and spiritual evolution.  All our actions and relationships, as well as the quality and power of our leadership, accurately express the person we have become.  Therefore, we conclude that we are “authentic,” because we are doing the best we can with the information, experience, competencies and traits that we have at this time.
There is a big catch, however. While we are authentic to our current state of development, we are inauthentic to our potential state of development. As Shakespeare wrote so eloquently in Hamlet, “We know what we are, but not what we may be.” As humans and as leaders, we have an infinite ability to grow, to be and to become. Our horizons are unlimited. If there is an end-point to growing in self-awareness and practicing authenticity, I certainly have not seen it.

To deepen authenticity, to nourish leadership from the inside out, takes time, attention, courage and practice.  In today’s world, the amount of distraction and busyness we all experience keeps us from undertaking the inward journey, and engaging in the deep pause and reflection required, to become more authentic human beings.
So what is authenticity?  Based on our experience coaching thousands of leaders globally over the years, we define authenticity as the continuous process of building self-awareness of our whole person, as well as being transparent with others about our whole person, both strengths and limitations.  As a result, more often than not, the authentic leader’s beliefs, values, principles, and behaviors tend to line up.  Commonly referred to as “walking the talk,” authenticity also means being your talk at a very deep level.
The practice of authenticity is so much more than simply being true to ourselves, it also requires being true with others.  Authenticity carries a much bigger duty to speak up, shake up and to light up the darkness and to “shake the spiritual tree” as author and global thought leader Ken Wilber puts it.  “You must let the radical realization rumble through your veins and rattle those around you” as Wilber elaborates.  Authenticity is rarely complacent but rather clear with what is important and what needs to change; it is not attracted to convention but much more compelled to courageous conviction. 
Let’s take a moment to learn some practices from two global CEOs very advanced in this journey to authenticity:  Howard Schultz and David MacLennan.  When asked by Charlie Rose, “What’s the most important quality today for leadership?”  Howard Schultz, CEO of Starbucks at the time, replied, “To display vulnerability.”  In his book Pour Your Heart Into It, Schultz says, “Although they can hire executives with many talents and skills, many CEOs discover that what they lack most is a reliable sounding board.  They don’t want to show vulnerability to those who report to them.”  He advises, “Don’t be afraid to expose your vulnerabilities.  Admit you don’t know what you don’t know.  When you acknowledge your weaknesses and ask for advice, you’ll be surprised how much others will help.”
David MacLennan, Chairman and CEO of Cargill, one of the world’s largest private companies with $107 billion in annual revenue, shared this perspective with me on authenticity: “A critical part of transparency and a real test of leadership authenticity is having people come up to you and say, “Hey this is what I think is wrong.  Were you aware of this?” as opposed to, “Look out.  There’s the CEO.  I better not speak up.”  Your real ‘authenticity audit’ is the degree to which people are open to you, because you have been open, vulnerable and honest with them