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Are YOU afraid of Success?

What if everything you have been taught about success is wrong? I was misguided about success. I (like you) was trained to work harder, move…

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Change is Not the Problem

Do you associate change with losing something—control, status, or security? Worry that change means more work and sacrifice? Wish things would stay the same because…

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Team Alignment is Important

Articulating a vision is vital when leading others. Having an idea in mind about what you want to accomplish is not enough. That idea must…

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Catch People Doing Something Right

Do you like your team? Too many leaders are focused on catching people making mistakes. The way they sometimes talk about others can make you…

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Meet People Where They Are

In what ways do you wish that people were different? Consider how often you get tangled up with another person, struggling to change them. Many…

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There are No Excuses—Only Choices

There are no excuses—only choices. Many walk through life as zombies—totally unaware of how limiting their thoughts are. False beliefs feed our minds: I don’t…

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Don’t Take It Personally

You are not responsible for the actions of others; you are only responsible for you. Whatever people do, feel, think or say—don’t take it personally.…

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Not Enough Resources?

It’s not how much you have—it’s how you use what you have. Leaders often have to: Ask their team to do more with less. Raise…

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Poor Performers Can’t Be Ignored

Poor performers can’t be ignored Common symptoms of a poor performer: Does not get the results you expect. Stretches the truth and conveniently leaves out…

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What’s Your Team Code

Every group has a spoken or unspoken code. Whether you (as the leader) have consciously created one or not, you have one. It may be…

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