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Bringing Out the Best in Others!  3 Keys for Business Leaders, Educators, Coaches and Parents

Bringing Out the Best in Others! 3 Keys for Business Leaders, Educators, Coaches and Parents

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Can you pass this test?

1. Is someone (or more than one) on your sales team not playing full out?

2. Are your child's grades where they should be? Is their room too messy?

3. If you're a teacher, do you have a student or two you'd like to reach more than you seem to be able to at the present?

4. In manufacturing? Would an increase in productivity of 5% or 10% interest you?

5. Is your child involved in youth sports? Want to support them in the best way possible without becoming one of those overbearing parents?

6. Are you coaching a youth sports team? Want some tips on how to help everyone on the team blossom and play just a little better? Or some tips on how to boost their self-esteem?

If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, you're in a situation that most of us find ourselves in at some point in time. You know at least one person who is underperforming in some way. Now you now have the power to fix that situation. Permanently!

Tom Connellan has spent yearsresearching high performance - how to get it and how to keep it. His research uncovered some amazing facts.

Two-thirds of all entrepreneurs are firstborn. Twenty-one of the twenty-three first astronauts were firstborn. Of the female world leaders between 1960 and 1999, 45% were firstborn. A ten-year study of 1,500 superior Wisconsin ninth-graders showed that 49 percent of them were firstborn. And according to an 1874 study in England, firstborns were overrepresented among fellows of the Royal Society.

Even psychologists studying other psychologists found similar results -- more than half the people elected president of the American Psychological Association were firstborns! And yet only about 1/3 of the population is firstborn. "What", Connellan wondered, "is it that firstborns get that laterborns usually don't?"

His research uncovered three environmental factors that make the difference. If you are in a leadership position - executive, teacher, parent, coach, music teacher - the most important thing about these factors is their environmental nature. They are not something internal to the individual. This means that - given the proper skill set - you can use the three factors to create an environment that consistently brings out the best inemployees, students, children, or team members.

These three keys unlock peak performance in the people you live and work with. They enable business leaders, coaches, educators, parents, and others to consistently get that extra 10 to 20 percent needed to make a significant difference in profitability, performance, teamwork, and grades. They have been proven to work, time after time.

Using the three factors, business leaders have improved sales and increased productivity; parents have boosted grade point averages; and educators have improved the performance of entire classes - as well as that of individual students who needed an extra boost. Music teachers have jump- started their students efforts. Coaches of youth sports have shortened learning curves, improved performance, and improved teamwork - without the stress that frequently accompanies those efforts.

Bringing out the Best in Others! shows you how to put the three critical factors to work in a manner that consistently produces permanent improvements of 10-20 %. Sometimes it's more - even 100% improvement. But 10-20% is pretty consistent. You now have the opportunity to boost the performance of those around you.