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5 Secret Steps to Take in Response to Change

Daily change happens. You choose your response. Here are the “5 Secrets Steps to Take in Response to Change” from Dr. Joey Faucette, author of the best-seller, Work Positive in a Negative World, Executive Coach, and professional speaker.  

By | February 21st, 2018|featured, work positive|Comments Off on 5 Secret Steps to Take in Response to Change

5 Questions to Ask Yourself Daily

How do you create success in your business daily? Discover “5 Questions the Successful Ask Daily” from Dr. Joey Faucette, author of the best-seller, Work Positive in a Negative World, Executive Coach, and professional speaker.    

By | January 31st, 2018|featured, work positive|Comments Off on 5 Questions to Ask Yourself Daily

4 Questions to Find Your 2018 Dream Team

Tired of the revolving door on your team? Discover “4 Questions to Find Your Dream Team” from Dr. Joey Faucette, author of the best-seller, Work Positive in a Negative World, Executive Coach, and professional speaker.  

By | January 24th, 2018|featured, work positive|0 Comments

S.W.A.P. Your Resolution to Work Positive

How’s your New Year’s resolution working out? S.W.A.P. your resolution for these 3 proven methods of success from Dr. Joey Faucette, author of the best-seller, Work Positive in a Negative World, Executive Coach, and professional speaker.  

By | January 17th, 2018|featured, work positive|8 Comments

3 Things You Gotta Believe at Work

What do you believe about your work? Discover “3 Things You Gotta Believe about Your Work in 2017” from Dr. Joey Faucette, author of the best-seller, Work Positive in a Negative World, Executive Coach, and professional speaker.  

By | January 10th, 2018|featured, work positive|0 Comments

Shoot for the Moon with Your 2018 Goals

How will you reach your 2018 work goals? Discover how from Dr. Joey Faucette, author of the best-seller, Work Positive in a Negative World, Executive Coach, and professional speaker.      

By | January 3rd, 2018|featured, work positive|8 Comments

3 Ways to Cure Holiday Overwhelm

Has your to-do list grown overnight?   Yes, it’s “the most wonderful time of the year”…and yet many of us miss the wonder of it all due to the overwhelm at work that accompanies the holidays.   Here are 3 ways to cure your holiday overwhelm at work starting today:   Focus on Positive Strengths From Madison Avenue to Your Street, you are shoved toward an impending sense of lack during the holidays. This scarcity mentality afflicts you at work as well, shifting your focus to the negative.   Today, make a list of what’s going well with your business right now. Jot some notes about the strengths of 2017. Include percentage growth of revenue, significant product developments, additional team [...]

By | December 13th, 2017|featured, work positive|1 Comment

3 Ways to Give Positive Customer Care for the Holidays

Our team ran up a steep learning curve in developing a new product line and the means to administer it. We experienced a great deal of change and discovered as we ran this race that exceptional customer care is an integral part of a successful process.   Here are 3 ways you can give the same positive customer care we experienced to your customers for the holidays:   Ask Great Questions While it’s easy to just “get started” with what you know, these companies first ask great questions. They began at 50,000 feet, i.e., big questions about our business goals, hopes, dreams, frustrations, and fears.   Then they drilled down to specific ways to accomplish our goals with the least [...]

By | December 6th, 2017|featured, work positive|0 Comments

3 Tips to Enjoy Your Office Party

Announcements of office parties are met with either go-for-it’s or groans. The go-for-it’s are the ones who enjoyed last year’s party or just look forward to any social experience. The groans are the persons who remember last year’s with disdain or generally avoid socializing with their work mates. Whichever you are, here are your 3 Keys to Work Positive at Your Office Party: Relax Groaners often sense a need to be more extroverted, or jovial, or ________ than usual. They feel a game of square pegs and round holes coming. Relax and be yourself. If you prefer to talk with just a few people in a deep conversation, do that. If you’re a social butterfly, then have at it. Avoid the [...]

By | November 29th, 2017|featured, work positive|9 Comments
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