CraftLift is a program created by joining the efforts of entrepreneurs, freelancers, and leaders in support of Romanian pupils who are looking forward to making a meaningful contribution by supporting a better future for adolescents who have already proven their dedication to performance. I, Marcus Victor Grant, am the founder of this program I have… Read More Contribute Now to Sustain the CraftLift program
The NGOs in Romania have started to grow in the last 10 years, and the services market intended for this segment has started to manifest itself in a way that is not negligible. In this regard, it is essential to consider communicating with specific audiences with … tricky issues, to which one rarely finds blunt… Read More What to Avoid When Looking for Sponsorship
Hello! I started writing about an exciting topic: which values are NOT needed for success … against popular beliefs that some might have. I’m doing a little recap of the first part, which you can read here. 1. Not to be laughed at. 2. The fear of making mistakes. 3. The fear of criticism. 4.… Read More 10 Things I Do Not Think Are Important for One’s Success in Life. Part II
A client talking to a career consultant about his consumer relations job in a company selling services and products: – I have always thought that the people refusing such an offer as we have during this time are simply crazy, just nuts! It is such a reasonable offer! One cannot merely refuse it! I do… Read More 5 Ultimate Mind Traps That PRODUCT OWNERS Believe They Are Entitled To in Marketing and Sales. Find Out Now the Truths That Will Set You Free!
Discussion between a marketing consultant and his client: – Think about the following example: you just got to a new workplace, and for lunch, you must choose between two restaurants that have similar offers: one is full of people, and the other one is almost empty. Which one do you prefer?” – The one is… Read More 5 Creative Mind Traps That BUSINESS OWNERS Doing Marketing and Sales Believe They Are Entitled To. Find Out Now the Truths That Will Set You Free!
– The man who has more keys is more powerful! – So said the janitor. We do business in a market where an often encouraging message to young freelancers seems to be:” get YOUR practice into your own hands”,” get NOW what you deserve”. Thus, self-confidence seems like the key to getting external recognition. Sometimes,… Read More 5 Other Mind Traps That Marketing and Sales Entrepreneurs Believe They Are Entitled To. Find Out Now the Truths That Will Set You Free!
Customize! Many of us live under the impression that there are certain “types of people” that we get along better with and others that we don’t get along with. But, in fact, we like those who are like us or those who are as we wish we were. Precisely for this reason, the objectivity of… Read More How to Speak Everyone’s Language
When you have a team of people working in task-oriented activities, such as specific projects requiring phases and deadlines, it’s essential to use a few necessary tools. Intrinsic motivation is the one that makes people act on their own initiative. It makes them happy and proud to be working on a particular project or for… Read More The Difference Between Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation
Motto: “Failing to plan is planning to fail”. Steven Covey In every person’s life, they know several behaviors are healthy but are not followed. So there is a “must” that is more or less attached to specific actions because “this is the right thing to do”. The most frequent and socially acceptable excuses for which… Read More How to Enjoy Life While Planning
“After all, I still do not understand why it is such a big problem to have <<unrealistic standards>>. I think it is a quality to be a perfectionist!” “Yes, that is because you think that the imaginary or intentional advantages are better than the disadvantages and real consequences of your behaviors.” “Such as?” “Such as… Read More A Hidden Advantage with Unrelenting Standards
I started writing a new series of articles last month, out of which I am now publishing part 3 of 4. You may read part I here. And part II here. 5. Prioritize working with the appropriate limits. If you have a problem, put into practice the opposite (go to goal). If you have… Read More How to Live a Fulfilling Life, part III. Steps 5-8 Out of 12, In the Right Order
Critical thinking [en, wiki] is appreciated as a quality, most looked for in the educational process. Competitive thinking is also appreciated, especially in certain cultural and economic frameworks. Although these two can go hand in hand, they are not necessarily one to the other, nor they are in any way a manner to consider oneself better… Read More The Difference Between Critical Thinking and Competitive Thinking
More often than not, most people have an interesting procedure for self-sabotage. They may unconsciously want to experience more attention, more diversity, or simply to elude the responsibility of dealing with their own problems. In fact, they have (access to) more resources than they would like to admit. This is by no means an intention… Read More What Are You Pretending Not to Have in order for Your Problem to Be Real?
Will this matter anymore after 5 years? If not, better give it to someone else. About 5 years ago, I started following up on personal development programs I read about and learned in training. One of the evaluations from 5 years ago was overenthusiastically optimistic. Now, considering 5 years have passed and I haven’t accomplished… Read More 7 Key Questions Before Assuming Tasks
This is an article about vision and culture in management. I’ve been working for the whole last week with 3 colleagues of mine from the SNSPA master in HR for a team project in constructing a memory skill test for the psycho-diagnosis discipline. I had to confront (again), with success, I might add, the same… Read More Make Mistakes. Learn from Them