Free Advice

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From "You Had One Job." [HT: HT: Caroline Fraker

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Advice on Advice

Let's Grow Leaders

Advice is like snow; the softer it falls the longer it dwells upon, and the deeper it seeks into the mind.” ” – Samuel Taylor Coleridge What’s the best advice you’ve ever received? What advice do you wish you had ignored?

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Sound Advice

Execupundit

Cultural Offering has Glenn Shepard's Rules of Work. My favorite: "Be Low Maintenance

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How to Give Advice

Great Leadership By Dan

Recall the last time someone said, “Let me give you a little advice!” Advice giving works only in the context of learning—that is, when you are offering advice because you believe that the protégé’s performance will be improved if his knowledge or skill is enhanced.

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10 Words of Advice for Advice Givers

Leadership Freak

The number one complaint of advice givers is people don’t listen. If you enjoy giving advice, chill out. You might be qualified to give advice if you’re reluctant to give it. I’ve never met… Continue reading → Taking others higher wise leaders

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Stoic Advice

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In order to foster a Stoic frame of mind, FutureLawyer and Napoleon have a recommendation regarding the future

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Advice for Life

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From 2013: Ink Tank provides some memorable pieces of advice. Photo by Almos Bechtold at Unsplash

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Sound Advice from a Stoic

Execupundit

The Sovereign Professional passes along some wisdom from Seneca. The old guy's observations never lose relevance

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Hard Advice for Young Leaders

Ron Edmondson

I have some hard advice for young leaders. My advice: Young leaders be patient, teachable, humble, grateful and mold-able, as your enter positions of authority and as you are given responsibility.

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Timeless Advice on Leadership

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[Photo by Victoria Heath at Unsplash] Forbes 2004: Peter Drucker, sharp as a tack, discussing effective leadership

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Really Important Interviewing Advice

Let's Grow Leaders

Juan and I were sure this was the candidate of our dreams. His track record was solid. The awards plentiful. In fact, we’d already began to wonder if we needed to continue the search. Surely this interview was a formality and would support our intuition. Thank God. This was our guy.

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Branson's Advice to Young Entrepreneurs

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magazine has some advice from that noted failure, Richard Branson. Photo by rawpixel.com at Unsplash

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Consider Your Own Advice

Execupundit

Be very wary whenever you find yourself not following the advice that you'd give to a good friend. Consider the advice that you'd give to a friend and then take it.

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Advice to the World: Relax

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[Photo by Leslie Jones at Unsplash

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Where Do They Go To Get Business Advice?

Strategy Driven

Cutting-edge executives (the very top and those about to take the mantle) need seasoned advice and inspiration. You just finished reading Where Do They Go To Get Business Advice? ! The post Where Do They Go To Get Business Advice?

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Advice for a Young Employee

Execupundit

Dress so well and so conservatively that your appearance is not an issue. You want your "look" to bolster your professional image and not distract people from noticing your competence. Do your homework but know what the required subjects are or else you may squander time on trivia.

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Most Popular Leadership Advice of 2017: Top 10 Posts

Let's Grow Leaders

Winning Well leadership advice top 10 leadership postsIt’s always so much fun and interesting to see which of the year’s posts and topics resonate most with our Let’s Grow Leaders community. Here’s what you liked and shared the most as measured by page views.

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Medical Advice

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"Give that child plenty of red meat and red wine." - Advice given by family doctor to my grandparents when one of their daughters was anemic. The doctor went on to become governor, perhaps due in part to such wisdom

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Maya Angelou’s Leadership Advice

Kevin Eikenberry

Don’t complain.” - Maya Angelou The advice is powerful and […]. It is three simple lines and the words I most connect to Maya Angelou. After I heard of her passing, they are the words I thought of. “If If you don’t like something, change it.

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Life Advice

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Mike Rowe from the Dirty Jobs program gives some sound advice to a job seeker. [HT: HT: FutureLawyer

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Some Uncommon January Advice

Kevin Eikenberry

My calendar shows January 8th – which means we are already more than one week into the New Year. Which means that a goodly percentage of those who set resolutions have already broken them.

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On Advice

Execupundit

A few weeks ago, a neighbor I like very much came over for coffee. While inspecting the vast record and compact disc collection that takes up a large part of my living room, he suggested that I load all my CDs onto a server to clear away the clutter.

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Are You Looking for Advice to Improve the Performance of Your Business?

Strategy Driven

You just finished reading Are You Looking for Advice to Improve the Performance of Your Business? ! The post Are You Looking for Advice to Improve the Performance of Your Business?

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Sound Advice and Not Limited to Lawyers

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Lawyer and law professor Michael P. Maslanka on how to take a punch

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Sound Advice

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Cultural Offering has a necktie and a guideline for election day

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Hard Advice for Young Leaders

Ron Edmondson

I have some hard advice for young leaders. My advice: Young leaders be patient, teachable, humble, grateful and mold-able as your enter positions of authority and as you are given responsibility. The post Hard Advice for Young Leaders appeared first on Ron Edmondson.

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Bock: Advice for New Managers

Execupundit

My advice is that it is always wise to pay close attention when Wally Bock gives advice because his advice is invariably wise

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Bad Leadership & Management Advice You Should Run Away From

Great Leadership By Dan

This post recently appeared in SmartBlog on Leadership : There’s a LOT of advice out there on leadership and management – almost as much as you’ll find on dating, careers, and how to raise your kids. Try Googling any variation of this advice, and you’ll find plenty of very credible sources telling you to ignore your strengths. I actually heard a senior vice-president give this advice to a group of new managers. What other bad leadership and management advice have you heard?

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I’d rather have no advice than bad advice.

Strategy Driven

I read some bad sales advice today and I gotta say something. You just finished reading I’d rather have no advice than bad advice. ! The post I’d rather have no advice than bad advice. I can’t help it.

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The Best Collection of Advice for New Leaders

Great Leadership By Dan

For this month’s Carnival, I asked an all-star collection of leadership experts the following question: What is one piece of advice would you give to a new leader/manager? Jennifer Miller , from The People Equation : “My advice is: don’t underestimate the power of the grapevine.

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Networking Advice for Young Female Entrepreneurs

Women on Business

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Advice for Grads

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Cultural Offering provides sound advice for the new college graduate

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Hunting Advice

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I do not enjoy following up either one, but if I had to make a choice between digging a lion or a leopard out of grass, I would take the leopard simply on the basis that although he was much more likely to chew a couple of sirloins off me, he probably would not be as likely to kill me.

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Advice for Writers

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Back by popular demand: Paul Theroux gives advice first to young writers and then to travel writers. Stay on the ground

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Strategy, Capability & Really Bad Advice

N2Growth Blog

Let me get right to it – if you want to fail as a leader then please follow the flawed advice given by the wizard of innovation mentioned in the opening paragraph. By Mike Myatt , Chief Strategy Officer, N2growth.

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Advice to Students

Execupundit

If the subject seems boring, look for a way to make it interesting. Don't just take notes. You are a student, not a stenographer. Try to boil down the concepts into plain language. Pretend that you are teaching the subject to a friend. Ask questions when something isn't clear.

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Leadership Advice: Ask, Don’t Order

Michael Lee Stallard

The post Leadership Advice: Ask, Don’t Order appeared first on Michael Lee Stallard. 100 Ways to Connect human value leadership connection connection culture Creating Partnerships E Pluribus Partners employee engagement Giving Orders Management Advice Management Tip michael lee stallar

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Advice for Aspiring Actors

Execupundit

Much of his advice could apply to many other professions Check out this interesting clip by Jason Alexander.

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Children’s Advice For President Obama

Let's Grow Leaders

What advice do you have for President Obama? We’ve been asking kids for their advice for Obama since the election results came in. The post Children’s Advice For President Obama appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders. leadership in kids listening barack obama children's leadership environmental issues inauguration leadership advice president obama social justice

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7 Tidbits of Advice For Young Pastors

Ron Edmondson

Of course, in full disclosure, I consistently try to convince them I’m not the guy to listen to, but they keep asking for advice, so I keep sharing. One question I’m asked frequently is very generic: What advice would you give to someone just starting in ministry?

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Advice with Scars on It

Execupundit

I wrote this back in 2008 : If something doesn't feel right, don't pretend that it is right. Be wary of wit at the expense of others. It has a habit of turning sour. There are times when one of the smartest things you can do is to lose an argument. One of the most dangerous moments in a meeting is when everyone agrees. There are no little slights. Don't set higher standards for your secretary than you do for your chief executive officer. There are people who are wrong at the top of their voice.

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Inspiration and Advice for Women Entrepreneurs

Women on Business

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My Advice to Bloggers

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Be kind. Let someone else write the vicious stuff. Proof-read. All of us need to take more care. Be generous. Do what you can to steer readers to deserving bloggers. Be patient. Let some ideas percolate before posting. Read good blogs. And good books and good magazines.

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