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“People do not decide their futures, they decide their habits and their habits decide their futures.” —F. M. AlexanderRead More
“Willpower is like gas in your car... . When you resist something tempting, you use some up. The more you resist, the emptier your tank gets, until you run out of gas.” Kathleen Vohs Prevention magazine, 2009Read More
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This blog is no stranger to the value of habits. We’ve written about habits many times in the past.
In Tom Verducci’s September 29th article Exit Stage Center on Derek Jeter he provided a number of references to developing habits and routines, along with leadership that in case you missed the article I thought I’d share with you.
Warm chocolate chip cookies and radishes! You’ve smelled fresh baked chocolate chip cookies haven’t you? They smell delicious.
Why are some people able to muster more will power than others?
Somewhere in your office probably lies an Operating Manual and List of policies for your company. If you have a documented version, you can probably blow the dust off of it, because it rarely or never is referred to except by your human resources department. If it’s a digital version it’s probably not been updated in some time.
When founder and former CEO Howard Schultz returned to Starbuck after an eight year absence in 2008 the company rebounded. What happened and how did he manage to turn around a company that had lost its focus on the customer?