25 Skills That Lead to Bigg Success
By Bigg Success Staff
In this article, we summarize five articles that discuss crucial skills for success. You’ll find the five key points from each article here along with the link so you can get any additional information you may want.
5 Things to Understand About Your Brain
#1 – Your brain is unique.
#2 – Your brain thrives on challenge and flow.
#3 – Your brain is a physical organ.
#4 – Your brain deals in emotions as well as thoughts.
#5 – You have multiple intelligences.
Ronald Gross is an expert in this area and and expands on these ideas in his book Peak Learning: How to Create Your Own Lifelong Education Program for Personal Enlightenment and Professional Success.
… and speaking of your brain …
5 Tips to Get Your Brain Thinking More Creatively
#1 – The George Costanza Method
#2 – Change your commute
#3 – Call things by the wrong name
#4 – Write with your other hand
#5 – Listen to a radio talk show that really ticks you off
David Wahl, of the Creative Creativity blog, wrote this great post. Get all his details about how to trick your brain into taking a fresh look at the world.
5 Suggestions to Get Things Done
#1 – Separate projects from tasks.
#2 – Learn the power of the verb.
#3 – Use technology to manage tasks and projects, but don’t get distracted by it.
#4 – Get your information at regularly scheduled times; don’t let it interrupt you.
#5 – Don’t seek out distractions to give your brain a “break”.
These suggestions come from Tiffany Monhollon over at the Red Suit blog. Read everything she had to say about moving beyond multi-tasking to actually get stuff done.
5 Ways to Keep Distracting People from Distracting You
#1 – Don’t have a place for them to sit.
#2 – Stand and come out from behind your desk.
#3 – Meet them at the door.
#4 – Provide an uncomfortable chair.
#5 – Take notes.
Mark Shead, of the Productivity 501 blog, offered these great suggestions. Get all the details about keeping distracting people from distracting you.
5 Ways to Make Yourself More Likeable
#1 – Be positive.
#2 – Control your insecurities.
#3 – Provide value.
#4 – Don’t be judgmental.
#5 – Become a person of conviction.
Justin Hartfield wrote this excellent article with five tips to increase your likeability.
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