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[2003-12-31] Your Attitude IS Your Income
I have some good news and some bad news. Surprisingly, they are both exactly the same: You are paid exactly what your attitude says you're worth.

[2003-12-16] Ten Tips to Keep Motivated Employees and Wow Your Customers
In many companies, work has become a place of disillusionment. Employees start with enthusiasm and creativity, but day after day they feel more and more helpless, as if they don't have any real choices anymore. Employees are overwhelmed, exhausted and bored. They feel like they have been shot down. Complaining and ridiculing others becomes the norm. The "romance" is gone. If this scenario sounds like your company, don't despair. Deep down, employees are begging to gain a sense of hope and enthusiasm again, but they need your help. If you make a genuine effort to follow these ten tips, you will not only notice attitude shifts, but real changes in behavior among your employees. Give it a shot, and watch the work environment improve and where employees want to come to work!

[2003-12-12] Workplace Rescue Series: "Do You Have A Moment?"
One of our ANEWIST Newsletter subscribers wrote in with a concern regarding bringing up a problem issue at her workplace. It seems that whenever she wanted talk about the issue, her supervisor wanted to cut the conversation short and avoid her. What to do?

[2003-12-12] Double Your Income
You probably have the ability to produce and earn easily twice as much as you are producing and earning today.

[2003-12-09] Advertisers! Sharpen Your 5 Line Ad Skills
You've heard it before, don't write your classified ads to sell your products. Write them to draw your potential customers in for a closer look.

[2003-12-02] Supervising An Employee Who Applied For Your Current Position (Keys To Success)
A limited number of supervisory positions are available in most organizations. Employees may informally prepare themselves to become a supervisor. The position they have been preparing for might be revamped and the requirements could change. These types of decisions are normally shared with members of the management team. Because a job candidate is not always aware of management decisions, they can be utilizing a large number of assumptions to assist them prepare for a higher paying job. These factors can add to the feelings of disappoint, if a long time employee does not receive a promotion.

[2003-12-02] Working in a “Newly Created Position”
Understanding organizational history and how to properly deal with the politics is a key to success. I started the process of understanding this concept during the interview for my first professional position. If I had not learned this lesson, my promotion opportunities would have been severely limited.

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