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13 IMPORTANT HABITS OF MASS INFLUENCERS!!!

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Influential humans are valuable to others by solving major general and/or specific problems in their many or mass “customer” lives.

Influential humans are valuable to other influencers by being able to solve some major general and/or specific problems which the influencers may have at the moment.

Influential humans are good public speakers and can communicate to relatively large interested audiences.

Influential humans are authentic and passionate and greatly care about what they are doing and want to do it with humans of integrity whom they can respect and trust.

Influential humans seek out other mass influencers and try to develop schmoozing or networking relationships at the least and closer friendships if possible with bigger influencers always in an atmosphere of mutual respect and admiration.

Influential humans prioritize relationships with other mass influencers and try not to waste their precious time on influencers with minimum potential to help promote their goal(s).

Influential humans understand the power of two way communication necessary in reciprocity or the power of exchange of mutually beneficial information and favors.

Influential humans try to become the formal and/or informal hub of a community of influencers which keeps building in strength and membership with duration.

Influential humans are inspirational and can motivate you to follow the idea or vision which they are trying to sell rather successfully.

Influential humans repetitively take actions directed towards their goal(s) and when indecision strikes and they aren’t sure what action to take they seek advice and guidance from those who should be in the know or have greater influence.

Influential humans try to give back to the community at large some of their success by promoting their own philanthropic cause(s) and/or the philanthropic causes of others whom they admire and respect.

Influential humans, when appropriate, introduce two or more influential humans with one another making sure to inform or stress the laudable achievements of either party to each other.

Influential humans are generally honest, sincere, trustworthy, dependable, empathetic, friendly, competent, confident, decisive, and have a very good if not excellent memory for names. They excel in emotional intelligence.

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22 IMPORTANT THINGS YOU SHOULD LEARN BEFORE YOU RETIRE

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You know how to eliminate the users, the time suckers, and the emotionally needy from your life.

You should have more good friends than just your high school buddies or college roommates but you don’t feel depressed if you only have one good close trustworthy friend.

You understand that being a good listener is better than being a good talker in relationships with humans.

You understand and can interact successfully with all kinds of personalities.

You understand that gossiping lessens your reputation and not theirs.

You can laugh off jerks instead of getting angry or enraged at them.

You know how to select good close friendships and spend most of your time on them and not casual ones.

You know that good close relationships are more important than money.

You know you can eat almost anything in moderation but prefer organic food.

You know what really matters in your life and avoid needless trivial goals.

You have learned to calmly discuss marital problems and not have angry confrontations.

You have learned that spending some time with family is important to balance an urge to be a consummate workaholic.

You know that a successful marriage takes work but you know it is worth it.

You don’t mind spending time alone to recharge or just enjoy some peace and quiet time with yourself.

You know it is perfectly fine to stay at home on Friday and Saturday nights if there is nothing important to do.

You prefer comfortable shoes and clothes over flashy ones.

You aren’t afraid of stopping to read, after the first 5 pages, a best seller everyone is talking about if it is too verbose or uninteresting to read.

You know who you are and are confident that you can change direction and improve who you are at will.

You know the excitement of an office romance and are too smart to engage in one.

You don’t pretend to like bad even horrible music and movies.

You no longer make relatively random bucket lists of things to do but know how to spend most of your time on important priorities.

You try to learn from humans outside your age group because they sometimes have something valuable to offer too.

 

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25 THINGS TO DO DURING YOUR FIRST MONTH ON THE JOB AND EVEN LATER ON!!!!!!

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In a nutshell, when you are starting a new job then you should be on your best behavior and start finding out information about and interacting with the humans which you will be working with in a friendly, not boorish or rude way. You should also start learning the skills which you will need on the job if you don’t have all of them already.

Most important of all, don’t start giving advice or making suggestions on how to improve the job until you have acquired a rather complete knowledge about the humans working with you and/or the rules of the job and how successfully in your estimation the rules are being followed.

Michael Dooley gives a useful list of what to do and not do on the first day on the job and many of the suggestions apply to working on the job later on also.

  1. Show up at least 15 minutes early for your shift.
  2. Avoid judging individuals based on their first impression.
  3. Don’t share negative first impressions with other individuals.
  4. Build relationships with everyone, not a friendship with someone.
  5. Find out what is important to the company- immediately.
  6. Avoid openly comparing your old job with your new job.
  7. You don’t need to prove you “already knew that.”
  8. Try to avoid being perfect at a task before you dive in.
  9. Show initiative by offering to learn doing a task, rather than only observing it.
  10. Don’t probe employees for their opinions on your new leader
  11. Don’t ask individuals what you can get away with at work.
  12. Put your cell phone away at all costs, even if all of the other employees are using them (personal usage).
  13. Dress your best, look presentable- no wrinkles etc.
  14. Ask others what drives them, and what their hobbies are to show your human side.
  15. Follow up with other’s interests by sharing your own when they are similar.
  16. Be the last employee to leave for the day.
  17. Get plenty of sleep and be well-rested, don’t complain about being tired and bored.
  18. Show general interest in other’s assignments and responsibilities.
  19. Recap with your leader at the end of the day; thank them for providing you an excellent job.
  20. Avoid making suggestions at all costs! Wait until you understand the business before you try to fix it.
  21. When it is time for breaks, try to connect with everyone, force yourself to engage with others.
  22. Be extremely professional, don’t curse or say inappropriate comments-ever.
  23. Find top performing individuals- this is essential for your initial and ongoing development.
  24. Don’t complain about processes and policies until you are qualified to challenge them.
  25. Show nonstop appreciation for those willing to teach you along the way.

http://michaeldooleyblog.wordpress.com/2013/09/21/25-tips-for-your-first-day-of-work/

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