Taking the Typical "It Won't Work" Attitude and Turning It 180 Degrees for Positive Results.
The 180 Rule Series is a collection of eBooks designed to demonstrate how this unique problem solving technique can be used effectively in multiple subject areas and disciplines. Learn how to use your natural tendencies to drive your personal and professional success.
Each book in the series focuses on the expertise of a nationally recognized expert and combines their wealth of knowledge and experience with this surprisingly simple yet profound technique. This ensures immediate practical application. You can choose either the overall description in The 180 Rule — Using a Natural Phenomenon to Achieve Success or one of the other books in the series for a more specialized application.
The 180 Rule for Accountability
The 180 Rule for Accountability
Accountability is the difference between remarkable results and ordinary outcomes. The 180 Rule delivers a simple, yet profound process for unleashing our brain’s primitive tendencies and turning them into powerful problem solvers. "The 180 Rule for Accountability" reveals just how easy it is to amp up accountability and produce powerful results.
Business Development has changed dramatically in recent years. Using The 180 Rule provides us with a methodology to harness our power from within to get on track and keep on track. "The 180 Rule for Business Development" provides an easy to use process to help you get the results you seek.
Strategic employee recognition is as important an element in organizational success any other. And because recognition is directly linked to employee engagement which affects other areas of critical importance such as retention, productivity, and innovation, just to name a few. The 180 Rule provides a professional, non -threatening way to identify areas of opportunity in a highly participative way. "The 180 Rule for Employee Recognition" provides the details for more effective employee recognition using The 180 Rule.
Are you struggling with gaining clarity on your goals (personal or professional)? Can’t seem to focus on them? Do you have trouble executing the small daily things you need to do in order get the results you want? In this book, world renowned strategist, thought leader and author, Tony Jeary - The RESULTS Guy™, helps you to gain better clarity, focus and execution strategically.
Innovation is not a mystery. It is ingrained in the human spirit. Yet, when we go to work, we are often asked to hang up our innovative spirit at the door along with our coat. It doesn't have to be this way.
We have a responsibility to create the conditions for innovation in our organizations, not simply to commercialize products, but to allow everyone to express and grow ideas that customers value. It is the natural power and energy of ideas from everyone that will ensure the health and relevance of your organization.
"The 180 Rule for Innovation" summarizes Bud Taylor’s experience of more than 35 years working with marquee organizations around the world to build their innovation capability.
Leadership Coaching involves building on strengths and developing strategies to fix weaknesses or areas of opportunity.
The 180 Rule provides a professional, non-threatening way to identify areas of opportunity in a highly participative way.
This book provides the details for more effective Leadership Coaching using The 180 Rule.
People: The BEST competitive advantage. By applying as much effort to ensuring your company has a "people-friendly" culture, smart companies are enjoying the benefits of lower turnover, higher productivity, better customer service and ultimately, a better bottom line. Using "The 180 Rule for Loyaltize Your Employees", you will be taking the critical step to creating and sustaining a very powerful competitive advantage.
What if there was a way to tap into your existing tendencies, not only to avoid giving a presentation, but to embrace your skills and strengths so your voice is heard and valued throughout your organization or project?
"The 180 Rule for Powerful Presentations" applies a process that allows you to present powerfully from the lectern, at a meeting, in your volunteer opportunity, or as president of an organization.
"The 180 Rule for Connecting" is about your perspective. How do you view others as it relates to communication? We all tend to view life from our own perspective which is directly related to our personality style and our view of human behavior. This book is about improving your effectiveness for every new connection you make. Let’s step out of our own view of life and try to observe the other person’s preference. That will lead to success!
Listen to this great radio interview Karen had with Jim Blasingame of The Small Business Advocate. Karen discusses the finer details of The 180 Rule and also how it can prepare you to deliver a fantastic presentation. Part One Find interviews with Small Business experts on the Small Business Advocate show Part Two Find […]
When I was about ten years old, I wrote this little ditty: Ever look into a soup spoon right before you dip? Yes, the image there is you – but only in the flip! I hadn’t thought about my little poem in many years but it suddenly came to mind as I sat down to […]
Every organization has a couple of naysayers even at the very top of the organization. They are not troublemakers, just hard to convince of certain things. This can especially be the case when it comes to the people side of the business. So … The 180 Rule has been used to gain consensus with subjects […]
I bet many of you, or someone you know, have had the scary experience of being out of work now or in the recent past. And try as you might, frustration with the job hunt can turn into exhaustion and perhaps even a lack of confidence. Some of my clients have experienced that, and I […]
Takeaways on how to Speak For Yourself without having to do intricate lifts on a pair of ice skates – The recent golden Olympic performance by ice dancers Meryl Davis and Charlie White made it look easy. You might even think, “I can do that.” Kind of reminds me of a beautiful flock of ducks […]
Shirley used the 180 Rule to achieve success. She answered the question, “What would I do if I didn’t want my childhood fame to last?”…and then she avoided those things! She then proceeded with tenacity, resilience, optimism, strategic grace and courage …