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Jimmie Flores has 36 articles and online since 07.02.2012.

Dr. Flores has held management and leadership positions in major companies including Shell Oil Company, The Prudential, and USAA. At USAA, he managed the $11.5 million budget for the IT department. He has extensive experience developing and teaching courses for organizations in the disciplines of Project Management, Human Resources, and Information Technology.


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3 Proven Ways to Increase Business Sales
Published on August 20th 2012 | Business
Many people fear selling. The thought of rejection is uncomfortable. The fact is that sales is a numbers games. If you have a 10% conversation rate, you will need to present to 10 qualified buyers bef...
 
10 Characteristics that Define Winners
Published on August 13th 2012 | Self Help
Success is much easier than you might think: You decide what you want to do. You take action every day. You stop listening to people who tell you it’s not possible. You understand that obstacles are...
 
10 Characteristics that Define Winners
Published on August 13th 2012 | Self Help
Success is much easier than you might think: You decide what you want to do. You take action every day. You stop listening to people who tell you it’s not possible. You understand that obstacles are...
 
10 Characteristics that Define Winners
Published on August 13th 2012 | Self Help
Success is much easier than you might think: You decide what you want to do. You take action every day. You stop listening to people who tell you it’s not possible. You understand that obstacles are...
 
3 Tough Questions You Should Ask of Employees
Published on August 13th 2012 | Self Help Techniques
Your role as manager is difficult. You have many meetings to attend, countless reports to complete, and far too many fires to put out. You hit the ground running on Monday, and hope to build momentum ...
 
3 Strategies to Making a Mediocre Employee More Effective
Published on August 6th 2012 | Business
Many employees are mediocre. When they arrive at work, they do just enough to stay under the radar. These average employees have little interest in any work beyond what is explicitly stated in their j...
 
3 Tips on Staying Lean Year-Round
Published on July 23rd 2012 | Health
Tip #1 – Don’t give in to the “dirty bulk” Practiced by many in the bodybuilding community and by fitness enthusiasts everywhere, people mistakenly believe that they need to eat way more than...
 
3 Things Successful Leaders Do on Wednesday
Published on July 2nd 2012 | Self Help
It’s the middle of the week, and you can hardly wait for the back-end of the week. You had the usual issues on Monday, and put out some fires on Tuesday. Thursday is right around the corner, and you...
 
3 Strategies to Managing Rude Co-Workers
Published on July 16th 2012 | Self Help
The pressures of work can take a toll on us. Some people are unable to handle the pressing deadlines or the increased workload, and soon they channel their frustration and anger to co-workers. Of cour...
 
3 Sure-Fire Ways to Turn off Your Customer
Published on July 10th 2012 | Customer Service
Growing your customer base is easier than you think. You must take the time to know the true needs of the buyer. Of course, you have to know what you sell, and what makes you attractive to the potenti...
 
3 Approaches to Working with Difficult People
Published on July 9th 2012 | Self Help
Can’t we just get along? Does it matter that we like our co-workers? What if we ignore the difficult people, and just focus one doing one’s job? In other words, is taking the high-road the best ga...
 
Understanding the Difference Between Total-Body vs. Split Workouts
Published on June 25th 2012 | Fitness
When it comes to choosing a workout routine, many people are confused whether or not they should find one that works the entire body or one that splits the muscle groups up and trains them on separate...
 
3 Signs You Should Terminate a Meeting
Published on June 19th 2012 | Management
Many meetings are a waste of time. In other words, you meet simply to meet. I’ve had meetings where the main focus is to discuss a future meeting. Before scheduling the next business get-together, w...
 
Don’t Be Fooled by So-called Fitness “Innovations”
Published on June 18th 2012 | Fitness
In the world of fitness, people are always looking for the next best thing rather than sticking to the tried-and true methods that have given people solid results for decades. In this article I’ll ...
 
7 Comments Often Heard from Winners
Published on June 12th 2012 | Success
There are people on your team who are go-getters, those who constantly look to solve problems. When an issue becomes complicated, they step to the front of the line. While they don’t immediately hav...
 
3 Signs You are in the Wrong Career
Published on June 11th 2012 | Career
It’s Thursday morning, and you are getting for work. The process is routine, and if it weren’t for your daughter’s theatre performance, you wouldn’t even know the day of the week. One of the b...
 
Beware of Pseudo-Healthy Foods
Published on June 5th 2012 | Food
I surely can’t be the only one who’s noticed the marketing for supposedly healthy food choices in supermarkets and restaurants recently. Although this indicates a positive trend in the sense that...
 
3 Strategies to Initiating a Career Change
Published on May 29th 2012 | Success
Where do you want to be in five years? Do you have a clear idea? What motivates you to climb the corporate ladder? Before making a career change, you must have a clear reason. Second, it’s important...
 
Three Qualities of Highly-Effective Leaders
Published on May 28th 2012 | Self Help
I often use a quote from MSNBC’s Chris Matthews: “To become a meaningful participant, you must get a seat at the table.” It makes sense that we must take some level of risk, and do something to ...
 
3 Times You Should Stay Quiet During a Meeting
Published on May 22nd 2012 | Self Help
Many of us talk too much, and some of us say the wrong thing at the wrong time. We must learn the importance of silence, especially during sensitive discussions. In many cases, saying nothing is the s...
 

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