Being a great leader also requires you to be a well-liked leader. While we often have to make tough business decisions, meet deadlines and keep daily operations running smoothly, we also need to be equally focused on building and maintaining positive relationships.Developing this kind of likability can only be attained through your actions – how you make people feel – not based on how you look or your level of success. Inc.com contributor Jeff Haden lists 11 habits of “genuinely likable people” – habits that will help make a great first impression, and also a great lasting impression. His list includes:Give before you receive, fully expecting to not receive anything.Shift the spotlight to other people.Listen three times more than you talk.Never practice selective hearing. continue reading » 24SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Randy Lamar started out front and stayed there the entire 15-lap Shawn’s Auto Service IMCA Hobby Stock feature. The Freeport, Ill. ace drew the number one after his heat and fended off a crazy finish to win the QCJeeps.com IMCA Modified 25-lap special and the $1,000 top prize, as well as a Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot berth. There is no racing this Saturday June 15. Action continues on the 3/8-mile, dirt oval Tuesday June 18 highlighted by the Deery Brothers Summer Series IMCA Late Models event rained out earlier this season. The winner of the 50-lap feature takes home at least $2,000. Cox broke on the restart to bring out another yellow. Larson ran the low groove early in the event, switched high to try and run down Cox and then finished high to outrun Timmy Current. Matt Short, Mike Fryer and Jarrett Franzen followed. Justin Becker ended an even bigger win streak by taking the 15-lap B&D Pit Stop IMCA Northern SportMod final. Tyler Soppe had won all four points races heading into the evening. Larson led all but two laps that a high-side charging Ray Cox Jr. paced. A caution as the white flag was about to fly bunched the field for a two-lap dash. Andy Nezworski’s string of two straight Andover Meat IMCA Late Model wins came to an end. Todd Malmstrom started fifth, moved to the point early and held off Justin Kay to win the 25-lap feature. Terry Dulin worked the low groove to perfection, worked his way to the front and held off Kyle Merkes by a bumper at the GRE/REV Chassis IMCA Stock Car checkers. By Rob Hinckley MAQUOKETA, Iowa (June 8) – The pill draw was key for Jeff Larson Saturday at Maquoketa Speedway.
Get ready to express yourself by sending new emojis on your phone.Apple is detailing some of the 59 emojis in celebration of World Emoji Day.The big focus is on celebrating diversity with the “holding hands” emoji now capable of 75 possible combinations. There will also be a variety of disability-themed emojis like prosthetic limbs, wheelchairs and a new guide dog.Animal lovers will see a sloth, orangutan, skunk and flamingo.And of course food items are being updated with a waffle, a bulb of garlic and a stick of butter.The emojis roll out this fall.
On April 29, 2018 at approximately 5:30 PM, the Lauderhill Police Department and the Lauderhill Fire Department responded to 3279 La Mirage Drive regarding a 911 call of an unresponsive child found floating in the pool.When Police and Rescue Units arrived on scene they immediately began administering CPR to a 3 year-old female child. The child was transported to Plantation General Hospital where doctors were unable to save her. The child died as a result of the drowning. Initial reports are that the child was at the community pool with the parents and other children. Another child made the adults aware of the 3 year-old floating in the water and the adults pulled the child out and called 911. That child was subsequently identified as Angelique Pache. According to the Lauderhill Police detectives continue to investigate the circumstances related to the child’s death.
MLB hot stove: Bryce Harper not considering short-term deals The Yankees remain in play to sign free agent Manny Machado while the Padres have been ‘very aggressive’ with their offer to him, according to a report from SNY.San Diego would “commit significant money” to Machado, but some close to the 26-year-old star want him to think about accepting a short-term deal with the Yankees, the report says. Related News Machado has made four All-Star teams and won two Gold Glove awards in his seven-year MLB career.The Yankees have had an active offseason. They’ve already traded for starter James Paxton and signed free agent infielders Troy Tulowitzki and DJ Lemahieu, among other moves. The Phillies and White Sox are also still interested in signing Machado, according to the report, which cites unidentified league sources..@martinonyc reports that the Yankees are “still in play” for Manny Machado while they are also keeping an eye on extension talks between the Rockies and Nolan Arenado https://t.co/7b3SqrWqQ4 pic.twitter.com/toYJlh3zcg— SNY (@SNYtv) February 12, 2019Machado, who was sent from the Orioles to the Dodgers before the trade deadline, registered a .297/.367/.538 slash line in 162 total games in 2018. He also hit 37 home runs and tallied 107 RBIs. MLB hot stove: Giants to offer Bryce Harper short-term deal, report says