It doesn't matter how many hours you put in..it's what you are able to accomplish within them #results #efficentyOf course, the number of hours you put in do matter. But at the end of the day, your efforts must serve their purpose and produce expected outcomes.
— Jeffrey Stoneberger (@Eatmecookme) August 30, 2013
Step up. Take charge. Get #results. Your #Learning #Library http://t.co/wSUGLGVHEt #YLLibraryThere are two American sayings that are apropos here: Sometimes you have to take the bull by the horns, and you have to pull yourself up by the bootstraps. It's taking control, doing the hard work, and making something happen.
— Bonnie Ross-Parker (@BonnieRossParkr) August 29, 2013
"I don't make promises. I make results. @HasanHarnett http://t.co/ycdmDbBWCH #results #leadershipIntegrity comes from making the right promises and delivering right.
— Hasan Harnett™ (@HasanHarnett) August 26, 2013
Success Tip #235 – Performance. Success is NOT proportional to effort, #results are. pic.twitter.com/SRCxQhknXzIf you've embarked on something wholly unconventional or undreamed-of, then there may be so much effort put in and so many encounters with failure, that the correlation between success and effort may be zero.
— John Carroll (@TresCoach) August 23, 2013
They work long hours, but what about results? http://t.co/sTdKFQG2bTExactly!
— Scott Taylor (@scottalantaylor) August 31, 2013
A business like an automobile, has to be driven, in order to get results. - B. C. ForbesThis is simply common sense, but it makes for a perfect metaphor.
— Jessika Church (@JessikaChurch) August 31, 2013
The Simms kid should start for the Jets. This is a results based business and until others start showing results this kid should get the jobThis refers to football, but we can safely generalize that all professional sports are a results-based business.
— BAH Sports (@bahsports) August 31, 2013
Don't get lazy, the quality of your words defines your results in business and in life. Speak well, succeed.When words have the power to engage and inspire, as well as ridicule and demoralize, then definitely words matter.
— (Prosper by Design) (@MelissaGalt) August 30, 2013
"The results of quality work last longer than the shock of high prices." ~Author Unknown #business #leadershipSteve Jobs wasn't just a visionary and innovator, but also a taskmaster on detail, preparation and quality.
— Cameron (@ManagersDiary) August 29, 2013
One of the most disturbing things in workplace today is when leaders confuse effort with actual results. @joshidevina http://t.co/KicUb6zIVfNeither leaders nor their staff ought never confuse effort and results.
— Jon Tveten (@OrganiSolutions) August 26, 2013
CEO's meet with expert coaches in their business areas of need, resolving problems and accelerating results http://t.co/K197TQGGscWhen done properly, executive coaches do help CEOs learn, develop and improve themselves signficantly.
— CEO Space (@CEOSpace) August 24, 2013
Gartner estimates that 80% of social business will yield disappointing results because of lack of leadership @a1phab3t #MPSMISJim Collins emphasized that great leaders put people first, before results. Results follow from great people. I know it may be tacit, but let's put it on the table: Before people, there must be great leaders.
— Bryan Kramer (@bryankramer) August 23, 2013
Savvy leaders are turning insights into results, ultimately doing business the data-driven way. See how: http://t.co/zQ2Q7qFxTJNavigating the waters from Big Data and insight, to actionable plans and business results is much easier said than done.
— Ariba (@ariba) August 23, 2013
Richard Branson says "Forget exam results...just start a business!" Cos it's all just that simple. pic.twitter.com/ab17YVTHssThe paradigm of the inveterate entrepreneur, Branson knows full-well what matters the most.
— Busby MUFC (@BusbyMUFC) August 22, 2013
Poor management always results in bad business. Basics.Poor management may have terrific people to rely on, but in the end it sows the seeds of its own undoing.
— Peter Coppola (@petercoppolae6) August 30, 2013
#Leaders taking time to work ON their business and not just IN their business. Activities are NOT results. pic.twitter.com/2QCa39pzu0Socializing or networking is in the fabric of the human condition, and the focus may be the business and the leaders themselves.
— Glenn Tobias (@GlennTobias) August 30, 2013
@MattTweedHarris I'm afraid today's is a results business. If ur losing n playing like that then u get sackedAdvice I heard years ago: Act like you belong, play like a champion.
— Tommy Parkinson (@TommyParkinson1) August 30, 2013
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Ron Villejo, PhD