Success

Leadership Strategies: To Stand Out or to Fit In?

By Sylvia Lafair | October 16, 2018 |

Here’s an email I received recently that I think applies to all of us regarding making the choice to stand out or to fit in…  Dear Dr. Sylvia, I am having a real struggle with the opposing desires to stand out or to fit in. I’m a millennial working in a big city marketing company…

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Do You Know The 3 Fatal Flaws of Success?

By Sylvia Lafair | August 28, 2018 |

What comes to your mind when you utter the word SUCCESS? Right now, before you read on, just say the word. Taste it, hear it, see it. Does it come out of your mouth with strength and determination or does it make you queasy, afraid, confused? For most, that power word is filled with glamour…

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Leadership Strategies: Getting to the next level of development

By Sylvia Lafair | June 13, 2018 |

I am always struck by the battle each of us must go through as we open the door to the next level of development. It’s time to see things with new eyes, yet, there is a lurking sense that if we stray too far from what we know, well, we might fall an shatter. I…

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5 Ways You Can Ask For Help Without Appearing Helpless

By Sylvia Lafair | May 3, 2018 |

Are you the kind of guy who relies on willpower to get the job done? If you are an entrepreneur, the most likely answer is, “yes.” The big question is, why is it so hard for most males to be vulnerable? What gets in the way of asking for help? And, an even bigger question…

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How Women Can Change The Way Men Think

By Sylvia Lafair | April 30, 2018 |

Oprah just had a Wonder Woman-themed party for 28 ten-year old girls. It came with all the glitz and glitter associated with the recent blockbuster film that is causing all the buzz these days. There was a cake, indestructible bracelets, even flip flops to wear when fighting evil. Wonder Woman has been around since 1941,…

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Einstein’s 3 Rules for Success

By Sylvia Lafair | April 16, 2018 |

Albert Einstein’s life was about making the complex, simple. He was a master of so many aspects of life, including creativity, the state of the world, and the power of imagination and intuition. He was a true mystic in scientific garb. These three guidelines for work should be on your computer, refrigerator, or night table.…

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