Exceptionalism Is Not a Four Letter Word. Personality Matters.

Exceptionalism Is Not a Four Letter Word. Personality Matters. by Jennifer Munro Author: Personality Matters. Maintaining the Fire and Passion of Entrepreneurial Thinking. Exceptionalism is derived from the word Exceptional which is defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary as: 1 : forming an exception : rare, as an exceptional number of rainy days. 2 : better than average : superior except...
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Personality Matters in Resilience

Personality Matters in Resilience by Jennifer Munro Author: Personality Matters. Maintaining the Fire and Passion of Entrepreneurial Thinking. In the ongoing effort to maintain and enhance outstanding performance in the workplace, there is always an IT trait. The successful have IT! It describes what it takes to make something happen and create successful outcomes. That IT trait seems to be...
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The 5 Unique Challenges for the Entrepreneurial Thinker, (The ET)

The 5 Unique Challenges for the Entrepreneurial Thinker, (The ET). by Jennifer Munro Author: Personality Matters. Maintaining the Fire and Passion of Entrepreneurial Thinking. We all know that Entrepreneurial people really thrive on challenges. They see them as driving forces to do more, better, faster and bigger. Those challenges are good and healthy for entrepreneurs and the reasons they ...
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MINDTRAPS ON THE GOLF COURSE

MINDTRAPS ON THE GOLF COURSE By: Jennifer Munro President, GolfMindRx.com Golf courses are designed with hazards and obstacles to make them more challenging. As we master fundamentals, we try to work more on “trouble shots” to minimize our losses when we encounter these obstacles. Although we all know there is a very large mental component to playing golf, few golfers spend enough time on th...
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Five Reasons to Avoid 360 Feedback in Your Company

The idea of a 360 Feedback exercise sounds logical at first.  And, the intentions behind it sound good, at first.  The results and outcomes, however, indicate there are much better ways to get to the information, communication and improvement that are the main reasons behind doing a 360 Feedback. A "360" involves asking subordinates, peers and supervisors to evaluate an individual as to strengths...
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Five Reasons Americans Hate Their Jobs, (Here we go again.)

Another report of dubious origin is making headlines today that most (80%) people hate their jobs.  This comes out, interestingly enough, just on the heels of our current Administration, promoting that people really ought to be able to "opt out" of working if they want to, and I suspect that is because the Administration finally realized government doesn't create jobs, except in working for govern...
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Quest for Respect May Backfire

One of the greatest causes of conflict in any organization is the issue of respect. We are bombarded by pleas to be respectful of others, or demands for respect, or threats of withholding cooperation if there is no respect. That all sounds so simple, yet it is anything but. The thing that gets in the way of true respect is that many people think that what they do is the foremost skill surrounded ...
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Personality Matters

Personality Matters Personality matters in everything.  In relationships, trust, leadership, sales, management, parenting, teaching and learning, sports, politics and, yes, even religion. This site will focus on how you can become more self aware of why you do what you do, think like you do, want and do not want certain things.  It will give you insight into why you see others as you do, and...
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Jennifer Munro

Eagle Vision Performance, Inc. is owned by Jennifer Munro. Jennifer has worked with hundreds of corporate clients through Jennifer Munro and Partners over twenty five years focusing on improving performance in the workplace. A cornerstone of solving performance problems was the development through profiles of the essential success traits required for optimal performance in sales, leadership and ma...
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Are You Part of the Problem?

I am preparing a workshop for a company that has an exceptional track record of success and yet has a notable morale problem. In general, good sales, profits and performance generate good morale, so this one presents a new challenge. By interviewing people throughout the company, and in their customer base, it is apparent that the morale issues are generated by a group of 5 people in a company of ...
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