LQI VS HQI

LQI VS HQI
Low quality information vs High quality information

Why subject yourself to information that will never impact your life.
What happens in the news or with the Kardashians does not and will not ever change your life, at least in a positive way. Why not instead focus on things that actually impact your life.

  • Health
  • Job/Career
  • Business
  • Self Help

These small suggestions alone will propel you towards any goal you may have in life.
Make a conscience effort of knowing how much time is spent on low quality information. I guarantee that you’ll be shocked at the amount, I know I was. Check out this TEDEX video by Richard St.John on The Importance Of Focus

The Other Side Of Fear & Failure

I have failed at many things in life and business but I knew instinctively to keep moving forward. It took me a long time to understand that failure is a byproduct of success. The idea of admitting failure meant that people viewed you as weak. It was almostfear2 looked at as the wicked step child you never talk about, yet it’s a constant factor in anyone’s life experience or business. I would personally always attempt to dismiss it, but what I learned when I looked at it objectively was educational. If a part on a car is bad you don’t throw away the car you diagnose the problem and replace the part. My point is success does not always reveal it’s self until it’s ready or willing, sometimes it needs to fail in order to succeed. I know many people myself included that sometimes has to take the long route. (Try and learn from other peoples experiences, you can save yourself a lot of time and pain.) My opinion on failure is embrace it, that’s what lets you know your doing something great. Every time your willing to put yourself out there encourages others to do the same. Trust me they’re watching and they’ll only reveal themselves when you follow through.

Remember!

Everything you ever wanted is on the other side of fear.

P.S. I’d love to hear your story of failure and how you turned it around. Please post in the comments below or send me a tweet @chrisgenge

Surprising Lessons From 100 Days of Rejection

I love how Jia Jiang turned the feeling of rejection and fear on it’s head and discovered strength in himself and inspirational people along the way.

Chasing your dream requires you put everything out there and deal with the consequences. When aspiring entrepreneur Jia Jiang left corporate life to build his dream company, he had no idea it also meant facing crushing rejection.

Jason Comley created a game to help anyone build confidence and overcome fear of rejection. Check it out! >>>www.jasoncomley.com

Want To Be A Genius? Take A Walk

As a busy concierge/ entrepreneur in Toronto creating healthier habits as well as accomplishing the business of the day is a difficult endeavor to say the least and is also why I’m in such demand. The people I serve and the professionals I deal with have the exact same challenges, no time, more work  and a fading health regime. This simple, yet genius way to achieve your goals and be that much healthier for it. An additional benefit to walking studies have shown that exercise leads to increased creativity. Check out this link>>> Exercise/Creativity

Below are the 4 things that you’ll be accomplishing at your next meeting.

  • Health
  • Business
  • Creativity
  • Task worthy

Nilofer Merchant’s concept is quite simple: We are sitting 9.3 hours per day on average — and it is slowly killing us. “Sitting has become the smoking of our generation,” she says. So instead of having the typical work meeting, take your meetings outside — and you’ll be surprised by how easily fresh air can drive fresh thinking.

From Loan Nut To Leader How To Start A Movement

If your interested in being a leader or wondering how to start a movement Derek Sivers shows how people dance to their own drummer, literally. Derek captures it perfectly with a pinch of video and a dash of humour.

With help from some surprising footage, Derek Sivers explains how movements really get started. (Hint: it takes two.) (Recorded at TED2010, February 2010 in Long Beach, CA. Duration: 3:10) Watch Derek Sivers’ talk on TED.com, where you can download this TEDTalk, rate it, comment on it and find other talks and performances from our archive […]

How to communicate effectively

 

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You never know when a moment and a few sincere words can have an impact on a life” ~ Zig Ziglar
The most valuable tool in life is communication. When you are a effective communicator, you gain better opportunities. How would you like a better job, or win that contract that somehow you thought wasn’t attainable. It’s great to be able to chit chat with people, but how do you begin to develop the skills necessary for stronger relationships. To establish a deeper bond the conversation has to maneuver beyond the weather. The 32nd President for example, Franklin D. Roosevelt was a master in the art of communication. Prior to having a visitor to his office, he would stay up the night before and study topics he knew his guest would be interested in discussing. The strongest aspiration of any human being in life, is to be understood and appreciated. According to Dale Carnegie author of How to Win Friends and Influence People, success can be found in the “genuine” interest of others. Resist your first instinct to talk about yourself and put that energy into lifting others, trust me it’ll comeback to you ten-fold. People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care. Want to be successful in life and business, learn to communicate effectively.
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