Core principles of Housing First
We are modest about our successes, perseverant in dealing with challenges, charitable and generous in achieving the greater good, and open to everyone. Economic diversification has been the foundation of our unwritten constitution in Dubai since The changing times and the rapid developments make our commitment to this principle everlasting.
Our new goal is to create at least a new economic sector every three years that will be productive, contribute to our GDP, and generate jobs. Dubai has always relied on talented tradesmen, administrators, engineers, creatives, and dreamers for its success.
We have to continually review and renew our policies and procedures to ensure our appeal to talented individuals. The destiny of our future generations must not be affected by the fluctuations of regional politics and global economic cycles.
We invest and create valuable assets for them. Our fundamental rule in this regard is that the government should, under all circumstances, own economic assets that are worth at least 20 times the value of its annual budget.
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We work towards maintaining a secure future, and we are focused today on ensuring the prosperity of our future generations. These core principles are the heart and soul of RtI. We can effectively teach all children II.
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Scientific, research-based validated intervention and instruction VI. Monitor student progress to inform instruction VII. You need personal systems, like getting up and practicing self-care. Perhaps you'll take a walk every morning, or meditate, study or journal. You also need business systems to produce your product, sell it, fulfill it, and support it. Heck, even how you answer the phone is a system.
Both personal and business systems maintain your success and your sanity. Once you have systems, you need people to run them. Building great teams requires the leader to have great knowledge about not only him or herself, but also about what motivates people to do good work, their skills and strengths.
You must put the right people in the right place on the team. After all, you wouldn't ask a left-hander to write an essay with their right hand, would you?
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Building teams is the same. Don't ask an accountant to do a sales job just because you need someone to fill in.
It won't work. Entrepreneurs love to run 1, miles per hour and expect everyone else to catch on and catch up. This is a surefire way to lose people, profits, and productivity. Help and nurture those people around you. That includes your family as well as your company.
Your people want to help you be successful. Don't let them down. All of your resources--human, time, money, energy, strengths, talents--can be leveraged.