Increasing Your Level of Personal Effectiveness

07 Mar

Kim Fulcher is focusing on “Increasing Your Level of Personal Effectiveness” in the month of March. Here’s the breakdown:

Principle One:  Embrace Personal Responsibility

Principle Two: Master the Art of Adjusting to Change

Principle Three: Stay Focused

Principle Four: Surround Yourself with Empowering People

Check out the whole article here


Posted by on March 7, 2007 in Uncategorized


3 responses to “Increasing Your Level of Personal Effectiveness

  1. crystalreflections

    March 13, 2007 at 10:35 pm

    Any form of change can be scary. However, when you go with your convictions and move forward, you will realize that it is a good change after all.
    How many times have we heard the phrase, “Be afraid, and do it anyway.”? Wonderful article, Kim!

  2. crystalreflections

    March 21, 2007 at 12:18 pm

    Aaahhh, staying focused. I must admit that’s one of my personal struggles. Sometimes, I just find myself overwhelmed with a lot of things that I sort of freeze. Not good. However, I find that if I have the things that I need to do listed down and always on my face, I get it done. That’s why the “6 Most Important Things” list is very effective. I strive to do it everyday. Sometimes I don’t but I try my very best. This is true in all aspects of our lives.

  3. crystalreflections

    March 26, 2007 at 4:02 pm

    Okay, this is so true.
    I am blessed with having very supportive people around me.
    I have never thought of really working on developing relationships with people who share my values and interests. I guess, blogging and joining internet groups could come in handy sometimes. 😉
    Well, it is my hope that people who read this blog, will be blessed as much as I have been maintaining it.
    Seeing the glass half full makes such a huge difference in getting the results that we want in our lives.
    Let’s all stay positive and surround ourselves with people who will help us stay on the right track as we go on and work to reach our goals.
    Have a great week!


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