Stay Ahead of Your Competition With Continued Education!
by Phil Schembra on September 29, 2014

The cost of doing business today is so great that we have no choice but to be more productive.  Ever-faster technological developments require us to continue to learn and educate ourselves on a virtual daily basis.  The education process never ends, and by channeling constructive and productive concepts and actions into the process we improve the effectiveness of our educational experiences.

Continuing education will help you increase sales and job productivity, gain the competitive edge, achieve excellence, and lead a fuller, happier, and more productive personal and professional life.

Excerpts taken from The Total Person 2015; Philip Schembra, Author




Complimenting Others Will Contribute To Your Positive Mental Attitude!
by Phil Schembra on September 10, 2014

You cannot live totally within yourself. Your successful relationships with others are probably the single most important element in developing a positive mental attitude and self-image.
Praising someone else’s good work or good deed will contribute to your own positive mental attitude by generating pleasant interactions with other people. As your interest in other people expands, your self-image develops in direct proportion.

Excerpts:The Total Person 2015, Philip Schembra, Author.


Work Smarter, Not Harder!
by Phil Schembra on September 04, 2014

Time Management Tip! Good time management is relevant to achieving your goals. Planning for time to work on achieving unrealistic goals is an unfortunate waste, with the only benefit being a lesson learned the hard way. Be sure to think about time management when you set your goals.

If you find that there aren’t enough hours in the day, week, month, or year, to do all you believe you want to do, then it’s time to reassess your priorities. If nothing can be eliminated or put off, then you will have to work smarter and faster, thus reducing stress.

Excerpts taken from The Total Person 2015: Philip Schembra, Author


Being Self-Motivated Will Help You Reach Your Goals
by Phil Schembra on August 26, 2014

There will be other times when you have done extremely well and you have a letdown because the urgency to continue is not so great. At such times, you must set your goals higher and keep moving forward.

Self-motivation requires that you set an objective that is very important to you and let it act like a magnet, drawing you to it every day. If you make your goal too easy to reach, you will do less than you can.

Excerpts:The Total Person 2015, Philip Schembra, Author