The 1/1/1 Leader Project

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Leadership Qualities: How to build yours with the 1-1-1 Leadership Project

Leadership Qualities How to build yours with the 1-1-1 Leadership ProjectThe world has changed over the years. It seems that today, there is not as much time to focus on the smaller things in life. We are becoming distant as families, communities and as a country. The 1-1-1 Leader Project is here to change that.

Divya Parekh is founder of the 1-1-1 Leadership Project. The project prides itself on being simple. Set a goal. Work towards achieving it. Give someone a smile. Be nice to another person. Make the world a little bit nicer. It’s free!

There are bound to be times in our lives when we feel that our dreams and plans for the future have gone astray. We had high expectations for our future, but somehow along the path, we accidentally took a wrong turn and got off course. Our intentions were good but decisions, choices and circumstances have put us in a different place than we expected.

But what if there was a way you could get back in touch with those dreams and set a course of action to get to where you really want to go? Come learn how to rediscover what it is you want for your life. Learn how to put a plan into place, how to make it real and achieve it. By following some very simple steps laid out in my special report, you will find success and satisfaction in this process.

Isn’t it time you finally get back on track toward your goals by turning them into reality? Just imagine the fulfillment and satisfaction you’ll experience! In today’s highly aggressive economic climate, achieving your dreams requires focused effort on how to differentiate your talents so you stand out in a sea of competitive sharks. It’s about managing risk and developing a style that ‘pops’.

We provide a unique experience that uses the power you innately possess as fertile ground. After personal consultation, we create your own distinct personal strategy, specifically tailored towards the pursuit of your dreams for sustained success and happiness. We work as your personal partner to manage risk. Managing, rather than avoiding risk, prepares you to face new challenges as you grow. So it becomes a life cycle of seeing risk as your ally.

Everyone knows someone in business that has the perfect style. A person who gets what they want, where they want it, when they want it. They have clout, salesmanship and grace all wrapped up in one stylish package.

Join us in partnership to become the leader that:

• Inspires your peers

• Impresses your superiors

• Takes on risk by the horns

• Delivers true value

All with that unique style, specifically developed for you! The project prides itself on being simple. Set a goal. Work towards achieving it. Give someone a smile. Be nice to another person. Make the world a little bit nicer. It’s free so get started today!


Author: Divya Parekh (ACC, CPC, LL, MS) is an international career leadership coach, Head Career Coach at International Coach Academy, and CEO of The DP Group. She assists executives, professionals, coaches and students plan, develop and achieve their career and leadership goals. She has been recognized by Worldwide Who’s Who as ‘VIP of the Year’ for showing dedication, leadership and excellence in leadership coaching. She is founder of the 1/1/1 Leader Project. The project prides itself on being simple. Set a goal. Work towards achieving it. Give someone a smile. Be nice to another person. Make the world a little bit nicer. It’s free so get started today!

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One Kind Act

Remember- treat people like you want them to treat you. 1 act of kindness can go a long way.

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The Power of a Smile

A couple of weeks ago I took a trip to India to visit my sick mother. I tend to be an early riser and an active person. Every morning,  I would take a walk along this beautiful path near my mom’s house. I did that every morning for the three weeks I was there. And every morning, without fail, a nice young man would be standing near the entrance to the walking path. The young man was probably no more than 20 years old, and I assume his job was to function as a security guard. I am aware that the role of a security guard at a local walking path is not the most exciting job in the world.  Seeing this young man unenthusiastic and discontented, I wanted to do something for him. I made a conscious effort to give him a little wave and a smile every morning. My actions caught him off guard because I don’t think anyone who had ever walked along the walking path had ever acknowledged his presence. I waved at the young man every morning, and after few days, he grew more comfortable with me, and finally, he gave me a small wave back and a meek smile.

I began to see the power of a smile, and what effect it has on other people, but this was only the beginning.

I continued to wave and smile at the young man. And every day, the young man became more enthusiastic and more open with me. How did this happen? Had it only been a few days? Why does a smile have such a large effect on people?

Ask yourself this question tomorrow, and give someone a smile.

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