Aug

24

2016
The Importance of Good Behavior At Bad Moments

The Importance of Good Behavior At Bad Moments

I fly a lot. So, it doesn’t take me long to size up a flight attendant’s mood. This is an important skill because the flight attendant’s mood is a good predictor of how enjoyable the flight will be. Recently I was flying from Chicago to Nashville with an angry flight attendant. As a matter of fact, she bluntly announced, “I’m in a bad mood!”—and she…

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Aug

23

2016
The Backwards Road to Success

The Backwards Road to Success

Successful people realize true success is not always outcome based. This truth is not one you will find in most success manuals. It runs counter to what the world says about success. But I believe it may be the most important of the success truths. True success is the determination to do the right thing— no matter what the cost. And realize, it is very…

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Aug

21

2016
My Occupation: Professional Speaker. My Avocation: POP Music

My Occupation: Professional Speaker. My Avocation: POP Music

This new video that I call, POP Goes the Music, pulls back the curtain on the history of Pop Music…with lots of personal memories. Go to http://stevediggs.com/steve-diggs-videos/ (2nd video down on left side).

Filled with vintage videos and stories of the people I’ve met and worked with: Pat Boone, Elvis, Beach Boys,Bobby Vinton, Dr. Hook…and more. Please share your thoughts and advice…as I can always use the help.

My Occupation? I speak to businesses and other organizations worldwide about 150x yearly on Leadership, Sales Training, Customer Service, Branding, and Maximizing Our Potential.                                                                                                                                         But My Avocation is Pop Music.

Huge thanks to Dieter Spears and InHaus Productions for all the hard work!

 

 


Aug

18

2016
Standing out from the crowd - A blue goldfish escapes from the shoal

3 Reasons We Avoid Change…and How to Beat Them

Do you dread change? Most of us do. However, one difference between succeeders and failures is that succeeders learn to embrace healthy change. It actually invigorates them. When you boil it all down, most of us resist change for three reasons:


Jul

18

2016
How to Avoid the “Plan A or Nothing” Mentality

How to Avoid the “Plan A or Nothing” Mentality

Perfectionism is the great killer of the good. Successful people learn to roll with the punches. People who insist on things going their way in every case (Plan A) will be continually frustrated and feel like failures. If Plan A equals happiness, you will be unhappy about 90 percent of the time, and frightened of becoming unhappy the other 10 percent. Learning to embrace change…

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Jun

22

2016
3 Killer Secrets of the Truly Successful Person

3 Killer Secrets of the Truly Successful Person

It’s human nature to desire success without effort. But unless you have a big inheritance (or, a mask and a gun), that probably won’t happen. The ancient biblical proverb says, “The sluggard craves and gets nothing, but the desires of the diligent are fully satisfied.” Following are three ideas you may find helpful: 1) The most successful people put out the most effort. While the…

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Jun

15

2016
What I Learned From the Beach Boys

What I Learned From the Beach Boys

I still remember a conversation with Al Jardine of the Beach Boys. By this time, the Beach Boys had been in the entertainment business for decades. The group had produced scores of hit records and sold-out concerts. If any group in America had the right to rest on its laurels, it would be these guys. Yet, I remember how introspectively Al answered my question when…

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Jun

9

2016
Successful People Are Mentally Ambidextrous

Successful People Are Mentally Ambidextrous

“Great, so, what does that mean?” you ask.
Do you remember that kid in grade school who could write equally well with either her right or left hand? She was said to be ambidextrous. In a similar way, most successful people learn to work from both their right and left-brains. We’re told that there are two groups of people: right-brained thinkers (those who are primarily artistic,…

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Jun

6

2016
Successful People Focus On Their Strengths More Than Their Weaknesses

Successful People Focus On Their Strengths More Than Their Weaknesses

At first blush, this sounds like a no-brainer. However, most people do not follow this fundamental principle. Studies show that more than 85 percent of people believe the key to success is based on fixing their weaknesses. While fixing problems is important, no person or organization will fully succeed until it learns to maximize its strengths. This isn’t news for most major corporations. Corporate types…

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