This month, we are focusing on celebrating the success of others. That happens when we give others the credit they deserve.
Studio 5 Relationship Coach Matt Townsend shares some ways to give others credit.
Good leaders rarely need to tell everyone that they are good leaders. They let their actions do the talking for them. One of the best communicators and motivators you have to work with is to “give credit where credit is due”.
Here are some simple rules of how to motivate others by giving the credit of life away.
RULE: ALWAYS give credit to others, instead of taking it for yourself.
– The more you give, the more you get in life. By knowing you won’t be taking credit for things in your life means you’ll have a better chance of seeing all of the good things that others do to make your life better.
RULE: Give the Credit Away Immediately
– Like a game of hot potato, the faster you pass the credit along, the better the chance you’ll win in the end.
RULE: Recognize When Others Share The Credit
– Whatever you focus on always grows, so if you want your family to share the credit more, catch them doing it and give them credit for giving credit.
RULE: Make it A Part Of Every Interaction
– Make it a point to share the credit during every meeting, meal, family gathering, or interaction you are a part of. Your credit-sharing discipline will build trust with everyone you involve.
RULE: Use Technology To Spread The Credit
– By using simple text messages, emails, Tweets and Facebook posts, you can easily share the Credit and may even influence others to start sharing the credit more.
RULE: Avoid Discrediting or Blaming Others
– The exact opposite spirit of Sharing Credit with others is discrediting or blaming others. In the end, it is the least effective motivation tool there is, and instead only decreases trust and unity with those around you.
ST. GEORGE DATE NIGHT
WITH MATT AND PETER BREINHOLT
MARCH 29TH, 2013 AT 7PM
THE ECCLES ART CENTER MAIN STAGE
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