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Gifted and Dynamic Public Speaker, with a gift of Servant Leadership. Engineer by degree, Leader by Destiny. My goal is to make people better so that they lead a successful life and career.

Well Done (Words of Encouragement)

When we have children, we learn rather quickly the best way to motivate them…words of encouragement and affection.  The more we encourage, the better they do….The better they do, the more we encourage.  It is a powerful cycle that repeats infinitely, as long as the other party keeps their end of the deal.

This is also true for adults.  All we want to hear is that we have done a good job.  Just watch the reaction of people when you compliment them on simple tasks…they will be encouraged to perform that task again, and then some.

Deitrick Haddon sings in the song “Well Done”

Just wanna make it to heaven
I just wanna make it in
I just wanna cross that river
I wanna be free from sin
Oo, I just want my name written (Oh Lord)
Written in the lambs Book of Life
When this life is over
I just wanna have eternal life
O wanna hear Him say
Well done, well done, well done
You can come on in.

We all just want to hear those words when a task is complete.  Encourage your team, co-workers, family, friends, etc so that they can achieve the best that they can.  Simple words of encouragement will propel them forward (especially during tough and difficult times.)  There is no limit on the compliments you can shower, nor the impact of those words on their life.

When was the last time you encouraged someone? When you did, what impact did it have on them?

Kontinue to Konker.

Chadwick Taylor is CEO of KONKERER Leadership

He helps clients develop leaders with a servant mentality through individual development and workshops

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