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Moleskine Meditations - Reflections on the Notebook
it is to remember that Life is more about today and less about 'one day'.
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it is to remember that Great Mondays are more about choices and less about the weather, full in-boxes and who's resigned from the sales team this week.
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it is to remember that wellness is more about wi-fi free and and less about free wi-fi.
it is to remember that great selling is more about picking up the phone and starting conversations and less about examining sales pipeline ratios in darkened rooms.
it is to remember that true wealth is more about the soft stuff (health, relationships and a career about which you are passionate) and less about the hard stuff (value of stock portfolio and size of car).
it is to remember that great teamwork is more about piecing together complementary skills and less about eating pizza together.
it is to remember that leadership is more about what you are actually seen to be doing and less about what you tell others to do.
it is to remember that selling is more about listening and solving and less about talking and hoping.
it is to remember that handling tough times is more about about what goes on in your head and less about what may or may not be in your wallet.
It is to remember that Friday is more about a plan for next week and less about a panic to close this week.
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