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1. Introduction
2. 100 Ways to Motivate Others
  1. Know Where Motivation Comes From
  2. Teach Self-Discipline
  3. Tune in Before You Turn on
  4. Be the Cause, Not the Effect
  5. Stop Criticizing Upper Management
  6. Do the One Thing
  7. Keep Giving Feedback
  8. Get Input From Your People
  9. Accelerate Change
  10. Know Your Owners and Victims
  11. Lead From the Front
  12. Preach the Role of Thought
  13. Tell the Truth Quickly
  14. Don’t Confuse Stressing With Caring
  15. Manage Your Own Superiors
  16. Put Your Hose Away
  17. Get the Picture
  18. Manage Agreements, Not People
  19. Focus on the Result, Not the Excuse
  20. Coach the Outcome
  21. Create a Game
  22. Know Your Purpose
  23. See What’s Possible
  24. Enjoy the ART of Confrontation
  25. Feed Your Healthy Ego
  26. Hire the Motivated
  27. Stop Talking
  28. Refuse to Buy Their Limitation
  29. Play Both Good Cop and Bad Cop
  30. Don’t Go Crazy
  31. Stop Cuddling Up
  32. Do the Worst First
  33. Learn to Experiment
  34. Communicate Consciously
  35. Score the Performance
  36. Manage the Fundamentals First
  37. Motivate by Doing
  38. Know Your People’s Strengths
  39. Debate Yourself
  40. Lead With Language
  41. Use Positive Reinforcement
  42. Teach Your People “No” Power
  43. Think Friendly Customer Thoughts
  44. Best Time? Biggest Challenge
  45. Use Minutes Well
  46. Know What You Want to Grow
  47. Soften Your Heart
  48. Coach Your People to Complete
  49. Do the Math on Your Approach
  50. Count Yourself in
  51. First, Just Relax
  52. Don’t Throw the Quit Switch
  53. Lead With Enthusiasm
  54. Encourage Concentration
  55. Inspire Inner Stability
  56. Give Up Being Right
  57. Wake Yourself Up
  58. Always Show Them
  59. Focus Like a Camera
  60. Think of Managing as Easy
  61. Cultivate the Power of Reassurance
  62. Phase Out Disagreement
  63. Keep Learning
  64. Learn What Leadership Is Not
  65. Hear Your People Out
  66. Play It Lightly
  67. Keep All Your Smallest Promises
  68. Give Power to the Other Person
  69. Don’t Forget to Breathe
  70. Know You’ve Got the Time
  71. Use the Power of Deadlines
  72. Translate Worry Into Concern
  73. Let Your Mind Rule Your Heart
  74. Build a Culture of Acknowledgment
  75. Seize Responsibility
  76. Get Some Coaching Yourself
  77. Make It Happen Today
  78. Learn the Inner Thing
  79. Forget About Failure
  80. Follow Consulting With Action
  81. Create a Vision
  82. Stop Looking Over Your Shoulder
  83. Lead by Selling
  84. Hold on to Principle
  85. Create Your Relationships
  86. Don’t Be Afraid to Make Requests
  87. Don’t Change Yourself
  88. Pump Up Your E-mails
  89. Stop Pushing
  90. Become Conscious
  91. Come From the Future
  92. Teach Them to Teach Themselves
  93. Stop Apologizing for Change
  94. Let People Find It
  95. Be a Ruthless Optimist
  96. Pay Attention
  97. Create a Routine
  98. Deliver the Reward
  99. Slow Down
  100. Decide to Be Great
  101. Show Your People the “Want to”
  102. Learn to Encourage Testing
  103. Teach the Love of Challenge
  104. Learn How to Help a Pessimist
  105. Switch to Enthusiasm
  106. See Your People as Perfect
  107. Learn to Master Problem-Solving
  108. Welcome Every Circumstance
  109. Do What’s Required
  110. Transformation, Not Information

1. Introduction

https://www.safaribooksonline.com/library/view/100-ways-to/9781601632432/

This book start with interesting word.

While business is a game of numbers, real
achievement is measured in infinite emotional
wealths: friendship, usefulness, helping,
learning, or, said another way, the one who
dies with the most joys wins.

2. 100 Ways to Motivate Others


  1. Know Where Motivation Comes From


"One of the first things we teach managers is that they can’t really directly control their people. Motivation always comes from within your employee, not from you.”
“So what is it you do teach?”
“We teach you how to get people to motivate themselves. That is the key. And you do that by managing agreements, not people. And that is what we are going to discuss this morning.”

  2. Teach Self-Discipline


  3. Tune in Before You Turn on

In order for someone to hear you, she must first be heard. It doesn’t work the other way around. It doesn’t work when you always go first. Because your employee must first appreciate that you are on her wavelength and understand her thinking completely.
  4. Be the Cause, Not the Effect

A masterful motivator of others asks, “What do we want to cause to happen today? What do we want to produce?”
Those are the best management questions of all. People who have a hard time managing people simply have a hard time asking themselves those two questions, because they’re always thinking about what’s happening to them instead of what they’re going to cause to happen.

  5. Stop Criticizing Upper Management

A true leader has the courage to represent upper management, not run it down. A true leader says we.
  6. Do the One Thing


  7. Keep Giving Feedback

The failure to give appropriate and timely feedback is the most extreme cruelty that we can inflict on any human being.
  8. Get Input From Your People

I not only use all the brains I have, but all I can borrow.
This will make difference.
  9. Accelerate Change

My role as a leader is always to keep my people cheered up, optimistic, and ready to play full-out in the face of change. That’s my job. Most managers do not do this. They see their role as babysitters, problem-solvers, and firefighters. And so they produce babies, problems, and fires all around them.
  10. Know Your Owners and Victims

Ownership, by its nature, is grown by the owner. But you can encourage it, and nourish it when you see it. You can nurture it and reward it. You can even celebrate it. If you do all those things, it will appear, like a flower in your garden. You don’t make it grow, but if you do certain things, it will appear.”
  11. Lead From the Front

There are three principles of leadership: 1) example, 2) example, and 3) example.
  12. Preach the Role of Thought


  13. Tell the Truth Quickly


  14. Don’t Confuse Stressing With Caring


  15. Manage Your Own Superiors


  16. Put Your Hose Away


  17. Get the Picture

THINK LIKE A HERO (who can I help today?), WORK LIKE AN ARTIST (what else can we try?), REFUSE TO BE ORDINARY (pursue excellence, then kill it.), and CELEBRATE (but take no credit.).
  18. Manage Agreements, Not People

A leader creates agreements with team members and enters into those agreements on an adult-to-adult basis. All communication is done with respect. There is no giving in to the temptation to be intimidating, bossy, or all-knowing.
  19. Focus on the Result, Not the Excuse

The real long-term trick to good management is to hire people who want success.
The best managers we have ever trained always took more time and trouble in the hiring process than any of their competitors did.
Then, once they had hired ambitious people, they based their management on the management of those people’s personal goals.
These managers were spending their days managing results, not activities. Their positive reinforcement was always for results, not for activities.
  20. Coach the Outcome

Keep it as simple as you can for your non-producers, focusing on outcomes and results only. Spend more and more time with producers who are looking for that extra edge you can give them.
Discuss technique later, after the commitment to results is clarified.

Non-producers, at the deepest level, do not want to get the result. You have to understand this so you won’t go crazy trying to figure them out. They don’t want the result. They want the job. They want your approval. They want to be seen as “really trying.” But deep down, they don’t want the result. It’s that simple.

Truly great managers spend most of their time helping good producers go from 10 muffins to 15. They have fun. They are creative. They feed off of their producers’ skills and enthusiasm. Their teams constantly out-perform other teams. Why? Because other teams’ managers have been hypnotized by their non-producers. Their non-producers actually become good salespeople selling the wrong thing. Selling you the worst thing: “There is no cause and effect…there is no guarantee.”

Simplify. Focus on results. You will always get what you focus on. If you merely focus on activities, that’s what you’ll get…a whole lot of activities. But if you focus on results, that’s what you’ll get. A whole lot of results.
  21. Create a Game


  22. Know Your Purpose


  23. See What’s Possible


  24. Enjoy the ART of Confrontation


  25. Feed Your Healthy Ego


  26. Hire the Motivated


  27. Stop Talking


  28. Refuse to Buy Their Limitation


  29. Play Both Good Cop and Bad Cop


  30. Don’t Go Crazy


  31. Stop Cuddling Up


  32. Do the Worst First


  33. Learn to Experiment


  34. Communicate Consciously


  35. Score the Performance


  36. Manage the Fundamentals First


  37. Motivate by Doing


  38. Know Your People’s Strengths


  39. Debate Yourself


  40. Lead With Language


  41. Use Positive Reinforcement


  42. Teach Your People “No” Power


  43. Think Friendly Customer Thoughts


  44. Best Time? Biggest Challenge


  45. Use Minutes Well


  46. Know What You Want to Grow


  47. Soften Your Heart


  48. Coach Your People to Complete


  49. Do the Math on Your Approach


  50. Count Yourself in


  51. First, Just Relax


  52. Don’t Throw the Quit Switch


  53. Lead With Enthusiasm


  54. Encourage Concentration


  55. Inspire Inner Stability


  56. Give Up Being Right


  57. Wake Yourself Up


  58. Always Show Them


  59. Focus Like a Camera


  60. Think of Managing as Easy


  61. Cultivate the Power of Reassurance


  62. Phase Out Disagreement


  63. Keep Learning


  64. Learn What Leadership Is Not


  65. Hear Your People Out


  66. Play It Lightly


  67. Keep All Your Smallest Promises


  68. Give Power to the Other Person


  69. Don’t Forget to Breathe


  70. Know You’ve Got the Time


  71. Use the Power of Deadlines


  72. Translate Worry Into Concern


  73. Let Your Mind Rule Your Heart


  74. Build a Culture of Acknowledgment


  75. Seize Responsibility


  76. Get Some Coaching Yourself


  77. Make It Happen Today


  78. Learn the Inner Thing


  79. Forget About Failure


  80. Follow Consulting With Action


  81. Create a Vision


  82. Stop Looking Over Your Shoulder


  83. Lead by Selling


  84. Hold on to Principle


  85. Create Your Relationships


  86. Don’t Be Afraid to Make Requests


  87. Don’t Change Yourself


  88. Pump Up Your E-mails


  89. Stop Pushing


  90. Become Conscious


  91. Come From the Future


  92. Teach Them to Teach Themselves


  93. Stop Apologizing for Change


  94. Let People Find It


  95. Be a Ruthless Optimist


  96. Pay Attention


  97. Create a Routine


  98. Deliver the Reward


  99. Slow Down


  100. Decide to Be Great


  101. Show Your People the “Want to”


  102. Learn to Encourage Testing


  103. Teach the Love of Challenge


  104. Learn How to Help a Pessimist


  105. Switch to Enthusiasm


  106. See Your People as Perfect


  107. Learn to Master Problem-Solving


  108. Welcome Every Circumstance


  109. Do What’s Required


  110. Transformation, Not Information



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