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The Ted Factor

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by Theresia wright on 8 May 2013

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Transcript of The Ted Factor

How passion in your work and life
can turn the ordinary into
the extraordinary The Fred Factor
by
Mark Sanborn A Funny Fred
An Accountable Fred
A Generous Fred
A Famous Fred Meet Fred Principle 1
Everyone Makes a Difference
The only question at the end of the day is "What kind of difference did you make?"

No one can prevent you from choosing to be exceptional. There are no unimportant jobs just people who feel unimportant doing their jobs. The Fred Principles Principle 2
Everything is Built on Relationships
Simply go beyond interacting with individuals to build relationships.

School leaders succeed when they recognize their colleagues, students, parents, and all other stakeholders as human. The Fred Principles Principle 3
You must continually create value for others and it doesn't have to cost a penny.

Most of us fall short of what we are capable of being or doing. The Fred Principles Principle 4
You Can Reinvent Yourself Regularly

No matter what job you hold, what school you work in, or where you live, every morning is the beginning of a new day. The Fred Principles Think of someone other than your parents who has made a difference in your life--who has impacted you in a positive way.

3 Strategies
Identify when you will make a difference.
Target the people to whom you will make a difference.
Be the difference. Difference Making Strategies Presented by
Theresia S. Wright Fred is a real person who passionately loves his job and genuinely loves the people he serves. Because of that he is constantly going the extra mile handling the mail-and sometimes watching over the houses-of the people on his route, treating everyone he meets as his friend. Where others might see delivering mail as monotonous drudgery, Fred sees an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of those he serves. All men matter. You matter. It's the hardest thing in theology to believe.
--G.K. Chesterton You add value to people when you value them.
--John C. Mazwell You add value to people when you value them.
--John C. Maxwell A sad employee left his job of many years
Most days he worked were like the day before
He wasn't disliked by colleagues, but he won't be missed
And while he made good money, felt quite poor.

He always did what he was paid to do an nothing more.
And he did without having any fun.
He performed his job the way he lived his life;
He did it the way it had always been done.
--Mark Sanborn You can preach a better sermon with you life than with your lips.
--Oliver Goldsmith http://www.ted.com/talks/simon_sinek_how_great_leaders_inspire_action.html?qsha=1&utm_expid=166907-21&utm_referrer=http%3A%2F%2Ftechcrunch.com%2F2012%2F08%2F21%2Fted-reveals-top-20-most-watched-talks-sir-ken-robinson-tops-the-list%2F
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