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Ready to Leave the Recession Behind for a Fresh Start in 2012?

By: Dr. Gaby Cora

We’re walking into 2012 and most Americans still taste recession. Perhaps they are dealing with:

  • Loss of their job
  • Loss of investments
  • Loss of health
  • Working more jobs and making less money
  • Financial strains affecting their relationships

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Do you hold your loved ones hostage?

By: Dr. Gaby Cora

There are multiple ways in which people reciprocate their feelings: some exchange love for love and create lasting relationships that help one another experience happiness and growth. Others control their loved ones through guilt, money, or power.

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Leading Under Pressure

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Do you complete what you start?

Many people start many projects and then complete some while leaving many incomplete. Some use the strategy of shooting in the dark with the hope that some arrows will reach the target. While this strategy may work if you have much energy to spare, a more focused, precise and accurate approach will be bull’s eye through time.

It is fine to stop doing something we don’t believe will work. However, if left unfinished, there is nothing we can look back to evaluate to improve. But what if this pattern happens over and over again? For example, let’s say you start a project. Midway, you realize it’s not what you expected and you stop it altogether. You start a second project and leave it hanging and then a third, fourth and fifth. Why is this technique inefficient and leading nowhere?

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Do you remember the good or do you remember the bad?

I was disappointed at the pounding of the mechanical errors during the Vancouver Olympics opening ceremony. Even articles pointing the best moments started off with pointing out the gaffe.

How about you?

Do you always start off by criticizing what you see, hear or experience or do you seek for a balanced analysis?

And, in the end, do you tend to remember what did not work or do you try to remember what you really enjoyed from relationships, experiences and life in general?

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Do you focus on achieving one goal at a time or do you try to reach many goals at the same time?

This has been the theme of the week.

An entrepreneur started a new venture and was concerned when things didn’t go as well as he expected. Although he had a great idea, he didn’t build the foundation to support the project, almost giving up before he had really started.

Another executive has been doing great with a simple strategy and was ready to let go with the consistent plan rather than focusing on it for the next few months before jumping into something else.

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Do you work through strengths or through weaknesses?

Do you work through strengths or through weaknesses?

Years ago I was chatting with a more senior executive in Corporate America. I mentioned my love of medicine and its integration with business and my dislike of the more tedious financial reports. She immediately said I should focus on developing skills in the accounting and financial aspects of my work, leaving aside my forte as I shouldn’t focus on my strengths but on my weaknesses, she said.

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