WARNING: Don’t Use Email This Way. Ever.

I look back on it now with complete and total embarrassment. I had been tossing and turning since 2:00 AM, and it was now 4:00 AM. A slight that had been served me became amplified in my sleepless mind into a full-blown violation of my basic human rights. I was incensed! Finally getting out of […]

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Stop! Before You Lead Your Next Meeting, Ask These Four Questions

Meetings, meetings, meetings, meetings. You’re probably sick of sitting in meetings. They’re the biggest time suck in business. If you’re going to be an executive who leads at the highest levels of responsibility, however, meetings will be an inseparable part of your life. Making them matter is critical to your success. Here’s how to do that. Ask–and answer–these […]

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13 Warning Signs that What You’ve Delegated Won’t Get Done

Yes, you know you’re doing too much. Way too much! And, yes, you know you need to give things to other people to do. But you’ve tried delegating, and it doesn’t work. The last time you delegated something to someone, the whole project blew up in your face, and you ended up doing it yourself. […]

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Cultivate the Will to Win: The Why and the How

Remember taking science in high school? Yeah, I know it was a (very) long time ago, but think back with me for a moment. Remember a certain gentleman by the name of Isaac Newton? Considered by many as the greatest scientist of all time, those of us who can actually remember anything from that time […]

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Why Start with Why and The Power of the People Pyramid

In Greek mythology, Sisyphus was the god of commerce and travel. He was not a good god, however, which provided an explanation to the ancient Greeks—wrong as it was—for business deals gone bad and tragedies at sea. Zeus looked the other way as Sisyphus carried out his crimes against humanity, but one day he crossed […]

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Five Leadership Styles: Which Style Are You?

There is no right leadership style and no wrong leadership style. Every leader has their own unique voice and their own individual approach to people and projects. Being effective as a leader means understanding your style and staying true to it. Finding your own voice comes first. It also means bringing others into your inner […]

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