Selling and Negotiation Skills, Part One

Hello and welcome back to Week 31 of The N.J.W Blog. I hope you’ve had a successful week and you’re ready for this week’s edition. This week we begin with our topic—Selling and Negotiation Skills. I will be sharing many great insights on this topic, and I know that you will definitely benefit from them. OneContinue reading “Selling and Negotiation Skills, Part One”

Working Your Network

This month we have been covering the topic of networking and referrals: 1. Developing the Attitude for Networking (and life). The old saying is true that your attitude determines your altitude. You will only go as far as your attitude will carry you. We will look at the kind of attitudes that will enable you toContinue reading “Working Your Network”

Becoming A Person Of Influence

  we are learning the importance of networking and referrals. If you stop and think about it, almost everything we do involves networking in some fashion. You can have a great deal of influence just because of the sheer amount of “networks” you are in. Stop and consider how many different groups you are aContinue reading “Becoming A Person Of Influence”

We Are Half Way There

Below is a review of the past six months. This week’s lesson is simply to take some time and review the previous six months’ topics. See what stands out to you. Make two kinds of notes: First, reflect upon what is working—what improvements and changes you are developing and seeing in your life. Second, seeContinue reading “We Are Half Way There”

Gaining More Time

Be sure to subscribe! Gaining More Time Here is what we are covering this month under the topic of Time Management: 1. Developing a Philosophy of Time Management—Establishing your priorities and values. As important as how to manage our time is first and foremost the why, since the why is the force that pulls usContinue reading “Gaining More Time”

Breaking Through Barriers

Special Audio Bonus! Nationally recognized writer and author of What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast Laura Vanderkam talks about the value of keeping a time log, how time is a choice, and how every schedule needs a little slack. philosophy, which says that there are about a half-dozen things that make the greatest difference in anyContinue reading “Breaking Through Barriers”

Creating A Proactive Schedule

Time Management, Part Two—Creating a Proactive Schedule I hope in the past week you were able to begin clarifying your core priorities and values, as well as the exact reasons why you want to be diligent in managing your time. Here is what we are covering this month under the topic of Time Management: 1.Continue reading “Creating A Proactive Schedule”

Time Management(Core)

This month we will focus on the important topic of time management. As we discuss in today’s edition, effective use of time management is usually a result of identifying your priorities and values and then working from those priorities. We would also add that identifying the need to establish these priorities is often borne outContinue reading “Time Management(Core)”

Family And Relationships

This week, we take a closer look at what can be some of the most challenging, yet rewarding, relationships we ever experience in our lives: family, children and spousal relationships. Like us, most of you tend to be ambitious and motivated individuals. And contrary to many perceptions, this means you are also desirous of havingContinue reading “Family And Relationships”