For instance, say you sent an important email only to realise thirty minutes later it was incomplete. A quick call reveals there’s no big cost in this faux pas; a little embarrassment for unprofessionalism, but it’s quickly countered for in a forthright, honest apology. You’ve been as honest as you could be, not once thinking of making an excuse or apologising too much. The person on the other end of the line – a superior – is fair. They accept the inaccuracy with your promise to have another go. They tell you there’s no hurry and they even have a kindly chuckle with you about it as you speak about where you feel it’s lacking.
You Pulled Me Through – A very, very strong get inspired record! Starts off rather benign, but when you think you’re going to hear that choir, or actual gospel music they pull out that Miami sound! But the way they do it is very smooth, perhaps the best use of that production technique I’ve ever heard. Whether or not she is speaking about a man or God though remains to be seen, take it how you want it that is the genius of this track!
Spiders also love to eat, so keep food waste properly covered and disposed of. You can also target the bugs that spiders feed upon. If you stop their gravy train, the spiders will stop coming around.
The most important item to note during this whole journey with your child is for you to always keep an open mind. You may not notice judgement or the tone of your voice in your words, but your child does, and it might create a barrier to this entire process. Being careful to not put hidden barriers up will turn out to be beneficial to you. You may learn new things from your child and it may create a bond on your relationship and could be the key to instilling positive discipline on your child.
As with spiders, the key to both preventing infestation, as well as evicting them, is to keep your home clean. Properly store anything that could be seen as a food source by rats and mice. Be sure to clean out cupboards and behind the fridge; anywhere that crumbs and debris can build up. You don’t want mice and rats to see your home as a 24-hour buffet. Take away the food, and you take away their motivation to stay.
Rob Reiner did encourage his actor’s to take liberties with the script for the good of the story. I think you will agree that what comes across on the big screen is a very nearly comic genius. Along with a few laugh out loud moments you do have the sentimental side. Rob Reiner is able to make you feel for the characters on the screen. Edward has minimal social skills but yet you grow to care about him. You want him to find the joy he has been missing for most of his life. Carter has lived a very conservative life so you can root for him to experience things that without Edward’s vast monetary status he would never have experienced.
How aware are you of what’s going on in your people’s lives? Don’t let your team give you a nickname like “Oblivia.” Here’s the sort of exchange Oblivia might have with a talented member of her team: “So how are you doing?” “Well,” says Talent, “I’ll be great as soon as I can get my daughter out of the hospital.” “That’s great!” responds Oblivia. “And how about your sales figures for the month?” Be focused; but you have to be sensitive and empathetic, too, or all that focus is not only useless, it’s potentially destructive.
There are many other ways you can get a reading on how you might be unplugging your team’s energy without even knowing it. But these few questions are a great start. Do you have a problem in any of these areas? If you feel you’d benefit from more coaching, feel free to contact me or someone else who can help you. It’s rare that a leader who has a real problem keeping their team engaged can turn it around by themselves. Get help. Get encouragement. And get your team pointed in the right direction and pushing hard for success.