[Extracted from the book – Tough Times Never Lost, But Tough People Do! by Robert H. Schuller. Added a very little of my thoughts]
Are you in a problem today? Is your problem really any different from any other problem? Or are there universal principles that we can apply to your current problem as to almost every other serious problem?
Yes, there are universal principles that can help manage any problem. Every living human being has problems. You do too. Learn to manage them. If you have a problem today – any problem – this can help: Principle for Managing Problems Positively!
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How books can open your mind by Lisa Bu
Lisa Bu, who wanted to become Chinese Opera Singer, lacked support from adults. She took books as her companion. According to her, from the books she read, she satisfied her hunger, found her role model, learned to be efficient and even traveled abroad to read some books which was banned in China.
There, Holy Bible gave her an epiphany to Honor mother and father from the fifth commandment. She started her habit of comparative reading, reading books in two languages.
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Four primary applications of the ideal team player model within an organization:
- Assessing current employees
- Developing employees who are lacking in one or more of the virtues
- Embedding the model into an organization’s culture
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What makes humble, hungry and smart powerful and unique is not the individual attributes themselves,
but rather the required combination of all three
Humility is not thinking less of yourself but thinking yourself less
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From the book:
The Ideal Team Player
How to recognize and cultivate the three essential virtues
By: PATRICK LENCIONI
In The Ideal Team Player, Lencioni cracks the nut – virtues, an ideal team player must possess through a short tale. He begins with Jeff Shanley, who takes in-charge of his uncle – Bob’s company to continue his business with success, committing to its traditional teamwork approach. He, along with his companions – Bobby and Clare, figure out the virtues of a team player, to hire new employees for their upcoming project.
Not extending the tale too much, no sooner Jeff figures out the virtues after some trial, Lencioni cut shorts the tale and starts suggesting a load of practical guidance for identifying, hiring and developing real ideal team players. This makes this book compelling to improve self and organization where you live!
Read more to find the definitions and key points which Lencioni defines in his book.
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