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Leadership Tips

Different leaders have different ideas about leadership. For example, below you will see Jack Welch’s perspective which even though quite modern compared to many leaders, is nevertheless based on quite traditional leadership principles. First here is a deeper more philosophical … Continue reading

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SIX KEYS TO SUCCESS

I read this and wanted to share it with you because it makes a lot of sense. First don’t confuse how much money one has as to his or her success! These keys will not unlock any opportunities of success … Continue reading

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So, now you’re A Leader

There are some times in life when everything changes. For families, it’s the birth of the first child. For people in business, it’s moving from individual contributor to the Leader. Here are a dozen things to think about. Being a … Continue reading

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IT’S THE LITTLE THINGS THAT MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE

There was a man taking a morning walk on the beach. He saw that along with the morning tide came hundreds of starfish and when the tide receded, they were left behind and with the morning sunrays, they would die. … Continue reading

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WHO’S THE BOSS?

Several weeks ago I made a post to Facebook and one of my friends, Joyce Knudsen, of Nashville, TN liked it and sent me this article, and I felt it speaks volumes to what I was saying so I decided … Continue reading

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Why is there so much FEAR in the workplace today!

The technology of the 1980s and 1990s bears almost no resemblance to what we have today. In the same way, our jobs and organizations probably bear little resemblance to that time. Companies reduce their staffs, outsource their operations, rearrange their … Continue reading

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Should I Trust My Sales Manager’s Advice?

A good portion of salespeople wonder at some point during their tenure with a company as to whether or not they should trust their sales manager’s advice. I wanted to tackle this issue head-on this month as this is an … Continue reading

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People: The Foundation of Our Success

In 1986 I was in Minneapolis recruiting for a salesperson for a sales position in the training industry. After flying there from Atlanta, I had 6 interviews lined up for a Friday. Of course, I was looking for someone with … Continue reading

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Humility is the Cornerstone of Leadership

My good friend and author of the best-selling QBQ! book, John G. Miller, recently wrote: Benjamin Franklin once said, “The day I achieve a total state of humility, I shall be quite proud!” Besides the tongue-in-cheek humor, to me that … Continue reading

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Learning Personal Accountability

In the past few weeks, several times I have heard this phrase, “I can’t hold myself accountable.” Another person even said, “I don’t have a problem letting myself down, so I need somebody else to hold me accountable because I … Continue reading

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