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You're Just Not That Into Me (the introvert's guide to attending a.

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Mack Collier wrote an exceptional post last week called, The Introvert's Guide to Speaking.

Effective Communication Skills: Use And More than But

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Imagine that you and I are in a conversation and that you

Only You Can Stop You

Chris Brady

If you think about it, much of our unhappiness comes

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It was Saturday night, and Kathleen and I were sipping wine with Amie on the lawn of the Huisache Grill in New Braunfels, Texas. I don't know.

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“It can't be done”. You can't do that”. How many times have you heard these words? Plenty of times, I bet. Can't” is a big, fat, stop sign designed to sabotage a dream. A better question might be, why are we hearing them

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Tim Hartford on why your boss is overpaid

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Tim Hartford, author of T he Logic of Life , does a great job applying economic theory to the workplace. Leadership hartford theory tournament

The Personal Strength of Rationality - Think Before You Act

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A few days ago I read a newspaper report about a San Antonio man who shot his friend to death outside a bar. His friend died at the scene.

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One of the most amazing sports records in the history of all sports is 401 wins and 9 losses.

Get Happy with Jessica

Tony Mayo

I have several posts on this blog about the power of gratitude but no words have the impact of this short video. It felt great! Share it

The Ramifications of Small Mistakes

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The 2010-2011 Duke Basketball Team - A Prediction

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If you enjoy college basketball, then you know that this year Duke University went all the way in the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. There.

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EBM: Bureaucracy

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Bureaucracy is used so often in such negative terms, most who use it forget its roots. Bureaucracy in its ideal sense, according to its most influential thought leader Max Weber, can be a positive term. At the time, the ideal bureaucracy was a more rational and efficient form of organization than the available alternatives.

Leading and Loving

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As your influence grows your roles will change. In essence, this is what Orrin

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How Dumb Is Your Business?

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By Mike Myatt, Chief Strategy Officer, N2growth. How dumb is your business?

Book Review: The Mirror Test

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In his classic work, Good to Great , Jim Collins makes the case for how organizations and leaders must confront the brutal facts. Years later, most of us are believers, but fewer are practitioners. One of the reasons for this is a lack of know-how. To help solve this dilemma, Jeff Hayzlett brings us The Mirror Test. Leadership book review hayzlett

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Knowing when to "bite your tongue"

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For Leaders, Being “In the Moment” is No Girly Matter

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As a leader you spend the majority of your day listening, correct? You're getting updates on business metrics, new product strategies and the receptivity of the market to your latest earnings announcement, among many other things

What is Your New Business Model for 2010?

Women's Leadership Exchange

For many of us in the world of business, and particularly business owners and leaders, 2009 was a year to which we are thrilled to say "adieu." Now that we're 4 months past it, I can stop being angry at 2009, and take a moment to say thank you for all that I learned from it. I don't know about you, but I?ve What did I learn? s business model. Women?s

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The Path To Business Greatness: 5 Steps To Bridging The Divide.

Terry Starbucker

It's the biggest divide any company has – the one between its owners and employees. The employees want a job that brings them fulfillment and happiness (assuming they are earning a living wage). The owners want consistent profits

Possibility Maximizer: Buck Consultants Knowledge Resources

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Happy Friday! This week I have a great business research

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If You've Got Something To Say, Stand Up and Say It

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Earlier this week, I attended the ASTD conference in Chicago. Where someone was willing to stand on a platform and

“Interpersonal Connectedness” One Factor in Metric to Replace GDP

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Alignment has been a vogue term for a while. The secret to understanding alignment is realizing that it