Welcome! I continue today a series of articles organized in a table-like manner, starting from my own experiences: As a participant in instruction/training sessions held by others; As a consultant in training-related issues; As a trainer I have divided these” manifestations of sincerity” into 5 main categories, which I am presenting during this series: The… Read More What Trainers Haven’t Told You So Far, Part III. The Applicability of What You Learn.
Welcome! I continue today a series of articles organized in a table-like manner, starting from my own experiences: As a participant in instruction/training sessions held by others; As a consultant in training-related issues; As a trainer I have divided these” manifestations of sincerity” into 5 main categories, which I am presenting during this series: The… Read More What Trainers Haven’t Told You So Far, Part II. The Learning Experience
Welcome! I start today with a series of articles organized in a table-like manner, starting from my own experiences: As a participant in instruction/training sessions held by others; As a consultant in training-related issues; As a trainer I have divided these ”manifestations of sincerity” into 5 main categories, which I will present during this series:… Read More What Trainers Haven’t Told You So Far, part I. The Value of What You Learn.
The most horrific professional training experience I took part in as an adult was a complete 5-day training held by a monument of incompetence in the position of a trainer and assessor. The trainer didn’t even know the content of the slides and didn’t at least dissimulate this, counting on the participants’ understanding that he… Read More Training – the Worst and the Best Experience
Let’s say that you are the client of a renowned coaching school with tens and hundreds of clients, and its presentation blew you away. You don’t really know what to expect. You want to grow personally and give these professionals a chance to put you on the right track to success. Congratulations! Here are 10… Read More 10 Things That the Coaching Trainer Hasn’t Told You
Let’s say that you are the client of a renowned coach who enjoys confidence and acknowledgment and has a very cool web page. You don’t really know what to expect. You want to grow personally and give a chance to this professional to fulfill your psychological and emotional needs involved in the process. Congratulations! Here… Read More 10 Things That an Experienced Coach Hasn’t Told You
Let’s say you are the client of a coach who is excited about his/her new career. However, you don’t really know what to expect. You want to grow personally and give this young man/woman a chance to fulfill your psychological and emotional needs involved in this process. Congratulations! Here are 10 things you haven’t considered… Read More 10 Things That Your Beginner Coach Hasn’t Told You
In my personal development experience, I have found that there are benefits that can be gained both from working on your own using neuro-linguistic programming instruments (for solving problems or reaching specific objectives), and from observing from the outside, and learning by demonstration and possibly from mistakes in applying particular techniques. The main goal of… Read More NLP Techniques Observation and Practice
In 2018, I published, as usual, over 50 articles written by me on different platforms, especially Discerne, Analytic Vision, and Learning Skills Romania. Of these, I chose the ones that seem to be the best, and I want to share them with you this year’s end. Therefore, I invite you, on this occasion, to read… Read More The Best Articles Published in 2018, Written by Marcus Victor Grant
The analysis of handwriting helps build a very precise profile of the evaluated client, following certain traits or trends, offering the possibility to reveal things that are difficult to find out or are found out in time about the client. The working manner consists in the fact that, at first, one notices certain fine traits… Read More Benefits of Graphological Analysis
I wonder if the saying that it’s more valuable to know how to keep quiet than to speak is always valid… Some people speak from experience, while others don’t say precisely due to their expertise. Man’s lips are a strong trap against him, and he gets stuck in it with the words spoken by… Read More When to Keep Quiet and When to Speak…
I published here the Romanian review of a book on public communication. Reading it, I have again found that public presentations are as natural to me as drinking water. Thus, I have often held public presentations as far back as high school and have attended thousands of public speeches since, enough to find my positive and… Read More How to Make a Successful Presentation 1,2,3…
I invite you to read an article (the first of a new series) showing how time management influences personality: The Timeline. This is a fundamental meta-feature that dominates one’s personality, although it can vary in different contexts. “In Time” is its continuation: detailing the first main perception. In Time (partial association with the perception function,… Read More In Time
Motto: « [The Romanian] is wasteful with time, more so than people from the West. Time is anything for the Romanian but a currency. At the fair, he haggles for hours for whatnots. The same goes for parties; he loses days and nights»; «It is said that [the Romanian] is undisciplined working in the economic… Read More The Timeline
Working as a consultant for entrepreneurs is exciting and stressful at the same time. I know because I’ve done it for years. So I decided to share some of my observations that might be useful for entrepreneurs and not only. Not having these skills will not ruin you but will certainly slow you down. But,… Read More 10 Useful Skills That Will Make You A Better Entrepreneur
The terminology “Schema” comes from schema-focused therapy and refers to the maladaptive schemas taxonomy developed by Jeffrey Young, Ph.D., and his collaborators since the ’80s. It is the problem-oriented component of the field, using psychometric questionnaires developed and tested by scientists to evaluate which are the schemas and modes which pathologically influence the emotions,… Read More What is Schema Dynamics Programming
What is the difference between efficiency and effectiveness? Efficiency is putting the ladder on the wall and climbing it down the other side of the wall as fast as possible. Effectiveness is knowing on which wall to put the ladder. Some people learn in life, either by experience or modeling, to cherish hard work. While… Read More Some Differences Between Working Hard and Working SMART
Last month, I started an article about myths some people are considering while exploring alternative ways of thinking. I continue today with 5 more myths. 6. Selling is something that everybody hates The truth is that if you want to earn the respect of others, then you must work in sales. It is not because… Read More Ten myths about financial independence and the truth that will set you free. Part II.
Today it is essential to consider several things that some people, especially Romanians, might think concerning how they should think and act about money. These have been observed based on my own experience and different lectures, studies, and books that I have read concerning how to manage finances. 1. It’s good to have… Read More Ten myths about financial independence and the truth that will set you free. Part I.
Part I Part II Part III 9. Set rewarding excellence goals and become the best in your business There have been many steps until here, but all your efforts will be rewarded entirely. Definitely, you can only become the best in your job, organization, niche, or business if you have managed to confront the… Read More How to Live a Fulfilling Life, Last Part. Steps 9-12 Out of 12, In the Right Order