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Multi Tasking Is Not a Strength
Multi Tasking Is Not a Strength
My older brother Leon put me on to an excellent audio course that I’ve been listening to in my car called, “Famous Romans.” ...
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Build a Net Worth of Great Friendships
Build a Net Worth of Great Friendships
I had dinner with a very successful entrepreneur.  He told me that his goal throughout life has been to build a net worth...
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Superstars Can Say Tough Things
Superstars Can Say Tough Things
On your team, there are stars, and then there are superstars.  Stars are, of course, great at what they do, but superstars...
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Four Stages of Leadership
Four Stages of Leadership
John Maxwell reminds us that there are 4 stages of leadership: Position – you got the job and you now...
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The Top 3 ‘to-do’s’ For Leaders
The Top 3 ‘to-do’s’ For Leaders
Here is a great quote from Tom Peters to start you off this week: The top 3 to-dos for leaders:  Pursue – Make the...
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Wartime vs. Peacetime Leadership
Wartime vs. Peacetime Leadership
Wartime leaders look a lot different than peacetime leaders.  Think Winston Churchill and Franklin Roosevelt, vs Dwight Eisenhower...
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Take Action Now
Take Action Now
A couple of reflections as we begin a new year: Every day most of us take a huge step of optimism – we get in our cars...
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Delegate Your Strengths When Your Team Expands
Delegate Your Strengths When Your Team Expands
I spent an afternoon this week with the amazing Van Belle Nursery, who incidentally won two very prestigious global industry...
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