Most Read Blog Postings – Third Quarter – 2012

  1. The Slob Who Wanted to Please (The Case for Self-Regulation)

  1. Courage – It Makes All the Difference

  1. “What Will People Think?” – Dare to Be Different

  1. The End of Self Improvement

  1. The Meaning of Work – A Cultural Perspective

  1. Transforming the Destructive Power of Envy – Cinderella and Her Stepsisters

  1. The Power of Storytelling

  1. Barriers to Empathy – Lack of Self-Awareness

  1. So You Want To Be An Executive? (Part One) – Personal Reasons and Common Myths

  1. The Gift of Procrastination

Top 15 Countries Where Blog is Read

1)    United States

2)    Mexico

3)    India

4)    United Kingdom

5)    Belgium

6)    Canada

7)    Australia

8)    Brazil

9)    Philippines

10)   Saudi Arabia

11)   Finland

12)  Singapore

13)  Spain

14)  Ireland

15) Malaysia


About cedricj

I am a licensed psychologist and management consultant and have always been intrigued by how leaders can inspire people in their organizations. The bottom line is that people are not always motivated by material rewards, the use of the carrot or the stick, fear and intimidation,and command and control, Five human needs inspire and drive us. Kristine S MacKain, Ph.D and myself describe these inspirational forces in our book "What Inspirational Leaders Do" (Kindle 2008)
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One Response to Most Read Blog Postings – Third Quarter – 2012

  1. says:

    Thanks for the news! And all of those countries? Who’d a thunk you were so Worldly! Hijole! Blessings ~ Joseph185 8093        Smoking Cessation Class in SMA!

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