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How I made 2000% profit by investing in the future

How I made 2000% profit by investing in the future

Investing has become one of the most sought out money-making schemes ever and most people imagine it to be something as easy as looking at a company’s share price and instantly knowing what to do.

Truth is, it is A LOT more complicated than that, which is why only a select group of elites can successfully pull it off and become wealthy. You can invest in almost anything these days ranging from companies, foreign exchange, chocolate, soybeans but it doesn’t mean a thing if you do not know what you are doing. It is only recently that cryptocurrencies have caused a stir amongst the investing community, as people can’t quite figure out whether they are assets or currencies but nevertheless, people are making money from them.

Probably the most notable of all the cryptocurrencies that are available is Bitcoin, as it is the one that kickstarted it all. If only we had the power to foresee the events that would catapult its price into the heavens; that way we could all capitalize on the movement of the financial markets. Unfortunately, we don’t have those powers, but the next best thing is using services offered by professional companies and professional investors who have been there and have had the experience.

Apexcoins is a bitcoin company that offers investment opportunities to almost anyone. In fact, they manage the wealth of billionaires and other high net-worth individuals, as well as companies within a network of offshore banking facilities. I initially made a $1000 investment last year with the company and after a while, I started receiving returns up to 15% every week, and then I asked them how they were able to produce such astonishing results. They told me that they were investing in the future price patterns of the likes of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies and that they were able to calculate the likelihood of when these cryptocurrencies would experience a period of growth.

The answer they gave me was a lot more in-depth and technical and so this is a simpler version of what they explained to me. I am still making my weekly returns and I have no plans to stop working with these guys any time soon.

I cannot fault their professionalism and work ethic, they are so dedicated to what they do and if I had a question about something they would politely reply in detail because they know it matters. I would absolutely recommend Apexcoins to anyone who is looking to make money online.

Why Should Others Follow You?

Why Should Others Follow You?

What steps are you taking so others “want to” follow you versus feel like they “have to” follow you?

Could you be spending too much time on the business content and not enough time coaching, and leading others? Are you working too much “in” the business and not enough “on” the business?

In these challenging times, businesses are clamoring for results. Leaders tend to spend more energy in the business and less time ensuring their interactions with others yield the desired impact. It’s easy to run out of time and short change key discussions that can help others do their job. Acting takes over thinking time and the flurry of activity can feel like you are doing something, but you’re just treading in place.

Savvy business leaders pay attention to their leadership actions. They balance working both “on” the business and know when to and when not to work “in” the business. Experienced leaders know when and how to shift their leadership to bring out the best in others. They realize it’s not a one size fits all. They constantly assess the situation and make changes in their approach. They know when they take care of people, the results will follow.

Leadership is a balancing act. It takes the agility, resilience, and mindfulness to be aware of the impact one’s behavior has on others. When employees feel they can trust and respect their leader, they are more apt to go the extra mile.

Make it easy for others to work with you. To unlock your leadership potential and those of others, consider the following:

  • Find the time to think, strategize, and plan. How are you showing up and is this the most effective approach?
  • Get clear on the direction, then align and engage the team. Actively seek ideas and solutions from others. Getting buy-in leads to commitment and action.
  • Look for opportunities to observe and listen before jumping to conclusions too soon. Chances are your teammates actually hold the keys to some brilliant solutions.
  • Be visible and available to remove obstacles and challenges that get in the way. When a leader is engaged, others follow suit. Help others get unstuck so they can use their energy to move ahead.
  • Provide positive feedback early and often on individual actions versus waiting for the end result. Seek every opportunity to celebrate the small wins to encourage others to stay energized and focused on the prize.

Make it a point to ask for feedback from direct reports and colleagues to fine-tune your leadership to meet the situation.

The next time you are sitting in one of the many meetings, observe your actions to determine if you are helping or hindering the advancement of the discussion. What adjustments would you make to create more effective engagement and dialogue?

The author of “The Executive Transition Playbook: Strategies for Starting Strong, Staying Focused, and Succeeding in Your New Leadership Role.”

Would Others Follow You?

Would Others Follow You?

If you didn’t have the title, would others follow you?

My guess is most leaders have convinced themselves that others would follow them just by virtue that they are in the leadership role. There is a possibility your leadership isn’t as effective as you think it is.

If we asked direct reports and colleagues to describe your leadership we may hear interesting insights and potential areas for improvement.

Could you be spending most of your time focused on the content of running the business and may have forgotten how to guide, coach and lead others? Are you working too much “in” the business and not enough “on” the business?

In these challenging times where businesses are scratching and clawing to achieve results, leaders can run out of time and energy to think about how they are leading and the impact they may have on the business. However, thinking may be just what a leader needs to make sure things are moving in the right direction.

Savvy business leaders pay attention to their leadership actions. They balance working both “on” the business and know when to and when not to work “in” the business. Experienced leaders know when and how to shift their leadership to bring out the best in others. They constantly assess the situation and make changes in their approach. They know when they take care of people in the organization, the results will follow.

Leadership is a balancing act. It takes the agility, resilience and mindfulness to be aware of the impact one’s behavior has on others. When employees feel they can trust and respect their manager, they are more apt to go the extra mile. To unlock your leadership potential consider the following:

  • Find the time to think, strategize and plan
  • Get clear on the direction and align and engage the team
  • Actively seek ideas and solutions from others
  • Find ways to listen before jumping to conclusions too soon.
  • Provide positive feedback on individual actions versus waiting for the end result
  • Be visible and available to remove obstacles and work issues

When a leader is engaged, others follow suit. The next time you are sitting in one of the many meetings, observe your actions to determine if you are helping or hindering the advancement of the discussion. What adjustments would you make to create more effective engagement and dialogue?