THE PROBLEM WITH BEING PERFECT by Mel Robbins

April 17th, 2018

Are you a perfectionism? Do you hate to disappoint people? Mel  Robbins talks about to make decisions that align with your objectives. She also talks about how to be honest with others so they respect your decisions. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dVeTo03opu8&feature=youtu.be The fear of disappointing people is actually double-sided: 1. Some of us use it as a strategy […]

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3 Ways to Lead Yourself Into the Future by Simon T. Bailey

April 16th, 2018

Simon discusses the three ways to lead yourself into the future.  It starts every morning with these questions:   What am I grateful for? When you get up every single day, can you identify the one, two or three things that you are most thankful for as you start the day? This allows us to be more […]

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Meet Colonel Nicole Malachowski

April 13th, 2018

FIRST WOMAN THUNDERBIRD PILOT, COMBAT VETERAN, FIGHTER SQUADRON COMMANDER, WHITE HOUSE FELLOW & ADVISER, AND INDOMITABLE SPIRIT A 21-year veteran of the United States Air Force, Colonel Nicole Malachowski (USAF, Ret.) wanted to fly military jets from the moment she saw them at her first air show when she was five years old. She achieved […]

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Your Brain on Storytelling with Michel Neray!

April 12th, 2018

In just 57 seconds, Michel Neray share why listening to a good story is so addictive and why it’s such a powerful communications technique in business (and in life)!!! 

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Practical Tips for Improving Personal & Organizational Cybersecurity

April 10th, 2018

Here are his top tips for you and your organization from Scott Klososky. Improving Personal Cybersecurity Use a Strong Password on Every Site: Use passwords that are long and contain a variety of letters, numbers and characters. Also, never use the same password on two different sites. If a site gets breached, and your password is […]

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Check out Rob’s Reminders…

April 3rd, 2018

It’s so important that everyone on your Team understands that they truly are DIRECTORS OF FIRST IMPRESSIONS when Customers come into contact with your business. As, I’m sure you’ve heard, WE ONLY HAVE ONE CHANCE TO MAKE A FIRST IMPRESSION. When Customers contact your business, whether it’s by telephone or in person, Team Members must […]

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Tips For Corporate Social Media Strategy by Scott Steinberg

March 27th, 2018

Social networks are one of today’s most popular forms of online communication. The platforms are utilized daily by billions of users worldwide, so it’s no surprise to find that many organizations have jumped on the bandwagon as well. It’s important to note that from an organizational standpoint, certain rules of conduct and best practices, with […]

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Five Ways To Lead When You Are Too Busy by Josh Linkner

March 20th, 2018

Five Ways To Lead When You Are Too Busy To Lead By Jones Loflin Helping With The Struggle Of Too Much To Do One of my favorite lead questions when starting a training program or talking with a potential coaching client is, “In your struggle to get it all done, what’s NOT getting done?” While the […]

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The 5 Big Causes of Burn-out By Patrick Lencioni

March 15th, 2018

Over the past 30 years, I’ve watched plenty of friends, colleagues and clients get burned out at work, and I’ve experienced my own share of it.  I’ve recently come to the conclusion that there are different reasons for burning out, and that someone’s personality and worldview probably influence what their reasons are.  More important, I […]

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The Secret to Achieving the BEST Quality of Life by Michael Veltri

March 6th, 2018

If you are like me, I spend a lot of time at work and running my kids to school functions. After reading Michael’s article, I realized that I probably don’t spend much time at my “third”place….Plus I had to think really hard to figure out what that might be! For those of us struggling to […]

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Escape from Meeting Hell by Libby Gill

February 22nd, 2018

Although meetings may be a necessary evil, you can make them more efficient, productive, and even fun! Did you know that the average worker spends 8.7 hours per week in meetings? When we read Libby Gill’s article on how to make your meetings more meaningful, productive, and fun, we wanted to share her timely tips […]

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8 Ways For Leaders to Provide Awesome Employee Feedback by Mary Kelly

February 21st, 2018

Mary Kelly recommends that employees receive helpful feedback on a regular basis instead of a yearly review. The performance feedback should be delivered in a positive manner that will encourage an employee’s behavioral change and increase productivity. Here are 8 ways that leaders can provide better feedback to their employees.

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Decision Fatigue-A Few Secrets You Need to Know~Michael Veltri

February 5th, 2018

Did you eat that bowl of ice-cream before going to bed last night that you’re now regretting?  Or send a text to that certain someone late at night that, oh well, you really should NOT have sent?  What about firing off a scathing email to a business associate, friend, or family member that you wish […]

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7 Funny Mistakes Sales People Make by Meridith Elliott Powell

January 22nd, 2018

7 Funny Mistakes Sales People Make & The Strategies You Need To Stop Making Them Ever realize how much you can learn from watching other people screw up? Sometimes I think that watching the missteps and wrong moves people make can be even more helpful than watching them do it right. This holds true in […]

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