Monday, January 28, 2008

Are You A Great Conversationalist?

I never was but slowly learning how to be one.

You can be too by following not 10 but just 3 skills to improve your conversation a lot more!

They are :
Skill No. 1 Pause Before Replying
Skill No. 2 - Ask Questions
Skill No. 3 - Paraphrase the Speaker’s Words

Monday, December 31, 2007

Success in Life Blog : Setting Goals

What is the difference between the successful and the not so successful?

Find out how you can take action now to become the successful person you always want to be.

Sunday, May 6, 2007

How To Set Priorities

We have heard many times about setting priorities. But exactly how?

This article talks about Brian Tracy's ABCDE method of setting priorities!

Simple and something that we know but never get to do. No rocket science, just some time and discipline required.

To your success in life,
Peck Ling

Thursday, April 19, 2007

Keeping Yourself Positive

How do we keep our spirits high and not be affected by our surroundings and what other people say and do? As a child, we do not have this experience. Most of the time, children are oblivious to their surroundings. They are not affected by what others say or do.

Check out what Brian Tracy suggests and how you could immediately do all day long, to keep your mind and emotions focused on your goals and financial success

To Your Success.
Peck Ling

Thursday, March 29, 2007

Brian Tracy Recommends An eLearning Resource Hub

Find out what Brian Tracy recommends here.

To Your Success,
Peck Ling

Think Out Of The Box!

Recently, I had an opportunity to join some friends for a team building game.

During the briefing at the start of the game, the facilitator spent some time describing the game. I thought it was a pretty straightforward game and did not pay much attention to it. I noticed that the game facilitator did stress on certain things but somehow I just let them pass without giving it much thought.

Find out what happened and what I learnt from this simple yet profound game!

Happy Reading,
Peck Ling

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Thursday, March 15, 2007

How To Achieve More

Most of the time, all tasks appeared to be urgent and important. I realized that time was spent on many tasks that were small, time-consuming, insignificant but must-do mundane activities. Sometimes, disruption came in the form of requests from the boss or the need to attend numerous unproductive meetings.

How could one manage our time to do more important tasks and achieve more?

Check it out here.

To Better Time Management,
Peck Ling