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Have you ever encountered a boss whose approach to power and leadership baffled you?

According to Harvard Business Review, one’s instincts where power is concerned – both giving and receiving it – stem from conditioning in one’s life since childhood, particularly within the family unit. In researching power styles, author Maggie Craddock observed that “the building blocks of anyone’s signature power style are rooted in the ways they have been conditioned to respond emotionally and behaviorally to the first authority figures they encountered in life, namely, their caregivers.”

In other words, those whose caregivers asked for the child’s opinion in making family decisions are likely to be adults who appreciate when colleagues take time to connect and build a trust-based relationship. Conversely, those raised by authoritarian caregivers usually build their power relationships based in fear, which can lead to disliking consensus building and preferring independent leadership.

Most people’s power styles are a blend of the following four profiles, according to Craddock. Where do you fit into the mix?  The Pleaser – These are the folks who, lacking the attention they craved early in life, are hardwired to care for others. They hunger for validation and connect with others at a personal level as a means of gaining power.

  • The Charmer – As a child, these individuals often had to care for a parent’s emotional needs. Consequently, these individuals have little respect for formal authority and may resort to manipulating others to get their needs met. Charmers have an intense focus that both intimidates and seduces others into compliance.
  • The Commander – Sports, religion, military, or any larger system that reinforces discipline or a strict code of conduct has often featured strongly in the family of a Commander. Accustomed to that active scope of thinking, Commanders tend to foster a sense of urgency as they focus on results.
  • The Inspirer – Self-expression is more important than conformity in the families of Inspirers. These innovative thinkers operate with a consistent commitment to the greater good, an example set by parents who made sacrifices to achieve excellence.

Remember, no power style is inherently good or bad – each has its share of strengths and challenges. Recognizing how you react to power will help you to react accordingly, strengthening the advantages while minimizing the drawbacks.


101 Reasons To Start Your Own MLM Business

While searching the internet yesterday, I came across a site that I found interesting and within that site I also came across this blog entry.  I thought it was kind of neat and felt that some of the readers here may also enjoy.

While there are 101 Reasons I will post post them in increments over the next 4 days (including todays installment).

Thanks to MLM1776 for providing this post for your enjoyment!

Tons of fun to go over why I feel MLM is the business for today, it is a great list. I think it will make a great eBook for all of us to us to get more prospects in the future. Look for that in June. I will make it into an eBook you can use to attract prospects. It can even have your own eCover. I found a super simple very nice FREE ebook cover maker online (find that in the MLM Building Tools area).

Enjoy this 101 MLM list of Benefits:

1.    Low start-up
2.    No prior experience needed in Business home Internet Marketing MLM
3.    Meaning no degree or higher education needed
4.    No trade school
5.    Anyone 18 or above can start it.
6.    The Handicapped can start it from a laptop and Internet connection.
7.    Can be started from home
8.    Can be started from the trunk of a car
9.    Can be started part-time
10.    Can be worked any hour of the day
11.    Any day of the week
12.    Can take any day off you want
13.    Or week
14.    Or month…. You get the point
15.    You have no boss in Business home Internet Marketing MLM
16.    You have no employees
17.    Your income is never capped, no limits
18.    Once established, it could earn you an income for life
19.    It is not retirement income, it is royalty income
20.    You can become wealthy from it
21.    It can give that extra income you need
22.    Or protect you against financial ruin in case of a loss of job
23.    In many companies, your franchise is will-able
24.    In most companies, you can sell it, meaning it is an asset you are building, just like any other company
25.    Your market is global (in most companies these days)

Watch for tomorrows installment of 25 more Benefits of MLM or Owning Your Own Business.

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