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"Think About It!" (this program) covers topics related to idea success - individually, in the workplace, and in life. Come ride with Sylvia on your road to success with stops along the way at places such as (but not exclusive to)...becoming a better communicator, presenting your idea messaging and yourself positively, life balance, self esteem, interviewing skills, leadership, what it takes to get promoted, and other work-life topics. Schedule your listening and learning with a group and continue discussion on our topics at lunch (or other meal time) or at a department meeting for even greater personal and professional impact. Download segments and listen to them while you commute or when you travel; have discussions with your colleagues, employees, or families. The more who learn and grow from these segments, the more I fulfill my goal and sustain my passion for teaching others and continued learning. =============================================================================== Sylvia is your "clarity queen" for idea implementation - an expert in getting ideas out of your head and into action using the "people skills" for workplace, business - and life - success. She is the Founder of Idea Success Network. She is an author of books and articles, a workshop facilitator, keynote speaker, and television talk show host. (And motorcycle rider. Thus, her trademark business caricature.) Her television program - also called "Think About It!" - appears on Montgomery (MD) cable channel 16 (see the link on this profile page). ================================================================================ Tune in, take what you hear, and...well...think about it!

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“But we’ve always done it that way. “It’s always been this way.” “It will never work.” How many similar excuses have you heard or used? Zig Ziglar—motivational speaker and success guru—calls it stinkin’ thinkin’. I just call... more

Are you "in sales" or "in customer service"? (Hint: The answer is "yes" for anyone reading this.) Whether you outright exchange a product or service for money or not, you sell yourself and serve others when you interact with people. Most of... more

If you ride a motorcycle you will drop your bike at least once during your riding experience through the years. If you ride a bicycle you are sure to take a spill at some point in time when you ride long enough. Falling is a rite of passage; so is... more

Sylvia Henderson covers topics related to workplace and life success. In this segment Sylvia provides tips for lessening the chance that you are the first one picked to receive a "pink slip", otherwise known as layoff, downsizing, rightsizing,... more

"In the ‘olden days’ people used to show RESPECT!” “We don’t have to invite each other home for dinner; we just need to be CIVIL around here.” Do either of these statements sound familiar? The workplace; school; volunteer... more

Excellent customer service has become a common phrase repeatedly ignored. When business is good it is usually due to a combination of a business earning a reputation for offering a quality product or service, good customer service, and... more

“Meeting starts at 9:00AM.” “I’ll be at the entrance at 3:15PM.” “Class starts promptly at 1:30PM.” “Pick me up at 7:20AM.” We issue—or hear—some version of these statements throughout our lives. Whether at work, play, civic, medical, or... more

(Part 2 of 2) Holidays; weddings; funerals; family reunions; workplace social events; special occasions...when people come together for forced socialization, anything can happen. Most common are uncomfortable conversations - or... more

(Part 1 of 2) Holidays; weddings; funerals; family reunions; workplace social events; special occasions...when people come together for forced socialization, anything can happen. Most common are uncomfortable conversations - or... more
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