If you have trouble viewing this email our Living on Purpose ezine is also available to view online Here
This 52-page PDF outlines and provides a summary of most of our 100+ resources. It also provides valuable articles that you can re-purpose or forward to others.
For Consultants, Coaches, Trainers, Speakers, and HR Professionals. In this 3-day intensive workshop, you learn how to transform others by using CRG solutions and access a residual income model for your own business!
Not a subscriber?
We look forward to hearing from you! Either reply to this ezine, or direct your questions and correspondence from our Website.
TO SUBSCRIBE or UNSUBSCRIBE use the Manage Subscription link at the bottom of this ezine.
Click here to forward this ezine to people in your life who will benefit from the advice and tips we´re giving on personal performance, character, and how to live a successful life on purpose.
This Week's Inspiration
The Gift of Friendship!
Aristotle had it right almost 2000 years ago. Friendship is foundational to a fulfilling and healthy life.
A couple of years ago, I was in the middle of some significant challenges. The way our friends rallied around to support us was both appreciated and humbling. Sometimes, in the past, I had not understood how significant those friendships were in our lives.
Friendships provide us with many benefits.
BEING a friend infers connection and motion. I have several friends—but are they active friendships?
Recently, I called one of my friends. As is typical with many of us today, it had been some time since we had talked or been together. One comment that came out of our conversation was that no matter how infrequently we connect, we still consider each other good friends. We confirmed we had a low-maintenance friendship. (Isn’t that an oxymoron?!)
Is that enough? In our busy-ness, are we missing out on many of the benefits we could have from enjoying active friendships?
What about you?
Are you satisfied with your friendships, including your contribution to them? The research proves there are great benefits to receiving and to giving friendship.
Supporting good old-fashioned common sense, current research is proving that friendships matter. The research suggests that friendships have the most benefit when we have at least a weekly connection of over an hour with our friendship network. That’s a minimum!
Not only do friendships enrich our lives, they extend our lives, too.
How about you?
Consider the Action Steps below.
Why Aren't You More Like Me?
I encourage you to read my new book, Why Aren’t You More Like Me?™. It will help you establish a positive framework for understanding the impact your Personal Style and personality have on the people around you.
The first question followers want leaders to answer is “Who are you?” They want to know what you care about and why they ought to be following you. You will be able to address those questions and more when you read Ken Keis’s new book Why Aren’t You More Like Me?™—a refreshingly clear, comprehensive, and practical guide to discovering your Personal Style, what motivates you, and how to adapt to situations and the styles of others. If you want to improve your personal effectiveness—and do it in a way that is genuine and credible, this book is a great place to start!
Jim Kouzes, Award-Winning Co-author of the Bestseller, The Leadership Challenge, is the Dean’s Executive Professor of Leadership,
Why Aren’t You More Like Me?™
⇒ You Can Transform Your Life!
A research study on self-awareness indicates that without the essential information contained in this book, only 2% of the population will realize their potential!
Learn to be more intentional with your decisions about
This transformational book makes a great gift—for others and for yourself, too!
Here's what Kenneth Blanchard, of The One Minute Manager® fame,has to say.
Included with each hard copy of Why Aren’t You More Like Me?™. . .
Why Aren't You More Like Me?™
In his groundbreaking new book Why Aren’t You More Like Me?™ author Ken Keis has created the ultimate resource to help individuals and organizations maximize their strengths through understanding their unique Personal Styles. Although style does not predict a career—a point wisely noted in this book—knowing what makes people tick is definitely linked to outstanding productivity, profits, and a happy workplace. A must read for anyone pursuing higher levels of success.
This Week's Action Steps
The Gift of Friendship!
Until next time, keep Living On Purpose.
Ken Keis For information on CRG Resources, please visit http://crgleader.com.