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Appreciation Means "To Express Gratitude".

The word appreciation means "to express gratitude". Now, how that gratitude is expressed can be on different levels and in different ways.

Terry Sumerlin (Mentor/Columnist)Refusing to learn from the past may make you fail in the future - Looking back over 2007, we can all probably say we've learned certain lessons. Following are just a few things the past year has taught me.
Gilmore Crosby, MSW (Mentor/Columnist)Triangulation: When Work Culture Saps Productivity - We form a “triangle” with our attention whenever we focus together on anything other than our relationship with the person (or persons) we’re with.
SOP newswireYou Can Become an Effective, Respected Leader - Ted W. Engstrom was one of the most influential Christian leaders of the last century. Among Christianity's most
Terry Sumerlin (Mentor/Columnist)Getting Ahead by Looking Behind - Looking back over 2007, we can all probably say we've learned certain lessons. Following are just a few things the past year has taught me.
Deremiah *CPE (Mentor/Columnist)Making New Years Resolutions Revolutionary - It's time to light a match underneath our desires to achieve our resolutions. My vote is that we toss the old word resolution for the new Revolution.
Simon Bailey (Mentor/Columnist)Giving The Gift of Brilliance - For our final touch point this year, I'd like to share a quick story with you-- one that you may or may not know.
Terry Sumerlin (Mentor/Columnist)When Team Play Turns Destructive - What I would recommend is that, despite the circumstances or the managerial style of the decision makers, we must always stay true to our values.
Terry Sumerlin (Mentor/Columnist)Build Customer Relations with Names - I was reminded of how nice it is for those in business to remember one's name, when I spent a few days in Corpus Christi, during a speaking engagement.
Simon Bailey (Mentor/Columnist)Is it an Asset or a Liability? - Have you noticed that your work has come under more scrutiny lately? Do you often get the feeling that you"re under surveillance? Does your boss micromanage you?
Terry Sumerlin (Mentor/Columnist)A LLot Can be LLearned From a LLama - One day I had a customer in the chair and another waiting when a rancher stuck his head in the door and asked to see my co-worker.
SOP newswireCIA Needs You, Analytic Methodologist - Developing and applying new or established analytic methodologies that include social science research methods, statistics, operations research and
SOP newswireJohn Boyer says Consider This... - How many times have you been discouraged because someone else didn't see the brilliance of what you created, thought of, or wanted to do? How many times have you
Terry Sumerlin (Mentor/Columnist)A Do-It-Yourself, Do It for Others - Never Ending Project - I have a soft spot in my heart for educators. This is primarily because I’m married to one. Sherry teaches tenth grade math.
Simon Bailey (Mentor/Columnist)Change...A Brilliant Opportunity to Grow! - Seeds sown into the soil change over time to produce a plant, a tree, a beautiful flower. Every child that is born undergoes profound change in the process of becoming an adult.
Tyler NelsonHow to Set Up An Aquarium - Learn how to set up a fish tank properly! If you ever wanted to raise an exotic aquatic creature such as a tang, eel, or even a puffer fish, you would need to set up its underwater habitat.
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)Judyth Piazza chats with Kenneth J. Van Liew, Founder of KJV Development Corporation - Mr. Van Liew is a real estate development and business systems expert. He has lectured at New York University, Real Estate Institute and Rutgers University, College of Engineering.
Terry Sumerlin (Mentor/Columnist)Effective Listening is a Critical Skill - With some things, there is an expected and natural response. For instance, if you toss something in another's direction, you're not surprised when the person reaches out to catch it.
Simon Bailey (Mentor/Columnist)Rejected! Next? - Why was my book rejected? Apparently because my material wasn’t a fit with their product lines. Or perhaps they had more than their share of success guides.
Terry Sumerlin (Mentor/Columnist)Four Techniques For Speaking - Oftentimes we know exactly why we didn't like a certain speech. It was too long, the audio/visual equipment was poor, or the speaker was ill-prepared.
Simon Bailey (Mentor/Columnist)Recapturing the Service Mojo! - This week marks the celebration of National Customer Service Week here in the United States.
Simon Bailey (Mentor/Columnist)Have you Hugged a Hippo Today? - In my work as a Catalyst for Brilliance, I have the opportunity to experience all types of organizations that are impacting the world every day.
Terry Sumerlin (Mentor/Columnist)It Takes More Than Nice to Succeed - We sometimes hear people say they’re afraid of flying. Actually, I'm more afraid of taxicab rides.
Gilmore Crosby, MSW (Mentor/Columnist)Have You Looked Under the Hood and Checked Your Paradigm Lately? - Personality Theory – Based loosely on psychoanalytical theory, this is the predominant paradigm in western civilization today.
Simon Bailey (Mentor/Columnist)The Cheetahs are Coming! The Cheetahs are Coming! - Well, as you can imagine, I was intrigued by Ayittey’s passionate and inspired description of an emerging generation that will forever change the face of Africa.
Carolee KaufoldHow to Keep A Marriage Filled with Joy: Part 2 - This is a story about loving a long time than making a commitment
Sean StubblefieldOne Door Closes - There is something fundamentally wrong in the way of our employment “system”… the process of hiring and getting a job.
Terry Sumerlin (Mentor/Columnist)A Funny Thing Happened While in Love - Our youngest daughter, Amanda, and I had just finished a wonderful lunch of Mexican food.
Terry Sumerlin (Mentor/Columnist)Those who Get Steamed the Most Get Burned the Worst - Airports, I've found, are great people watching places. Especially is this true of airport coffee spots that face traffic areas.
Simon Bailey (Mentor/Columnist)Pushed Over but Not Knocked Out! - I had dinner with a business colleague not too long ago, and she shared with me some fascinating stories about several of her colleagues.
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