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    Impact Your Business

    "How do we drive results?"

    Gain the skills to answer and improve upon questions like this. Learn how!

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    Impact Your Planning

    "Where is this company going?"

    Learn how to plan AND execute for increased results. Learn how!

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    Impact Your Conversations

    "What conversations are critical to our success?"

    Leaders CAN be taught how to effectively communicate. Learn how!

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    Impact Your Events

    "How do we turn energetic talk into action?"

    Click here for techniques used to answer questions like these. Learn how!

Pick Who You Work With, Who You Work For

Look around for people you like and respect,

that others look up to,

that can challenge you,

or have something to teach you.

Identify those people and find ways to work for them or work with them.

You cannot help but be a better person when you are around great people.

probits doug johnston impact4results

As my children navigate into their careers, I realize there is so much they need to know that they may not find in a book or a class. I decided to share the “tidbits” I found helpful over the years. I call them “ProBits” for Professional Tidbits.

I may have read them somewhere, some may have been shared with me, or maybe they just came to me. Wherever the source, I started compiling them on 3×5 cards to give to my children. Friends and colleagues encouraged me to find ways to share them with others, so here they are. You can read more or submit your own here on the Impact4Results website.

“H2” Break Through

We encounter many barriers in our careers and in life.

Convert the barriers into “H2’s” or “How To” statements.

 For example, when we don’t have enough people to get the job done the H2 becomes how to get the job done with the people we have.

 It will focus your mind and your efforts and lead to greater success.

probits doug johnston impact4results

As my children navigate into their careers, I realize there is so much they need to know that they may not find in a book or a class. I decided to share the “tidbits” I found helpful over the years. I call them “ProBits” for Professional Tidbits.

I may have read them somewhere, some may have been shared with me, or maybe they just came to me. Wherever the source, I started compiling them on 3×5 cards to give to my children. Friends and colleagues encouraged me to find ways to share them with others, so here they are. You can read more or submit your own here on the Impact4Results website.