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1- Take responsibility for making relationships work.

I am sure you have heard that the only person’s behavior you can control is your own. I have found this to be true. I like most people and when I have difficulty working with someone, I try to find something to like about that person. I have found that I can find something to like about almost anyone. Once I find something to like about a person, it is much easier to build a relationship with that person.

2- As a leader, the most important earthly relationship you can cultivate is your relationship with yourself.   Ken Blanchard and Terry Waghorn   Mission Impossible

When I went to the Leadership Development Program at the Center of Creative Leadership, I met with a leadership coach who reviewed the results of the battery of assessments I completed with me. What I learned about myself made me see myself in a totally different way and significantly increased my self-confidence. I began to value my strengths and I developed myself in areas that were more challenging for me. As I began to affirm and challenge myself, I became much more comfortable developing relationships and providing feedback to others. I also become more comfortable taking on new responsibilities.

3- You can’t have a negative thought and a positive thought at the same time, so choose to have a positive thought.

I believe and have found that words and thoughts are powerful. Positive thoughts feed motivation and the ability to focus on reaching a goal. Positive thoughts along with appropriate actions are conducive to learning, professional development and positive outcomes. 

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