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473 | Prioritizing Grace In The Workplace

Have you ever needed grace? If we’re honest, we all have. Unfortunately, Prioritizing Grace In The Workplace isn’t always at the top of a leader’s list of things to do. But, how much is too much, and how far is too far? Especially, when you’re responsible for a team member who just can’t get their […]

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472 | How To Spend More Time Preparing Than Executing

How much time do you usually spend planning and preparing before getting into the action? Today, we’ll continue our special “How To” mini-series where we’ll deal with a single topic and go as deep as we can in just a few minutes. This time around, examining that rough tension that exists between doing and preparing

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469 | How To Start Getting Others To Follow You

You want others to follow you, right? But, how do you get them to start? I mean, maybe you’re a leader, but who’s following you? That’s the age-old question, right? Because, as the saying goes, if no one is following then you’re not really leading. Leadership is something we talk a lot about around here,

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466 | Three Rules For Eliminating Distraction

Three rules for eliminating distraction, sounds a little too good to be true, right? We’re in the third and final episode of a fun, new mini-series with one goal in mind: you. We think you’ll enjoy the new format and interaction, but more importantly, you’ll get to listen in on the reasoning (and debate) that

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464 | Three Rules For Successful Delegation

Can Joel and I agree on Brian’s Three Rules for successful delegation? You’ll find out today! We’re kicking off a fun, new mini-series with one goal in mind: you. We think you’ll enjoy the new format and interaction, but more importantly you’ll get to listen in on the reasoning (and debate) that goes into some

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463 | Rational vs. Irrational Thinking

The complexity we find on the inside of us can lead to confusion between Rational vs. Irrational Thinking. Inside of every human there are trillions of cells and synaptic connections, billions of neurons, a million moving parts, and then thousands of thoughts and feelings passing through our heads every day. On top of all that,

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461 | Dealing With Dishonesty and Deceit

Have you ever had a sneaking suspicion that someone wasn’t being completely honest with you? Did you ask a question to gain perspective, or did you just ignore the problem, hoping it might go away? So, what’s currently holding you back from dealing with deceitfulness in the workplace or your home? Do you shy away

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460 | Learning To Lead Yourself Before Others

Self-assessment time! Are you a driven leader? With most driven leaders, what often gets neglected are those soft skills that focus on different personality styles, creating culture, and especially the deeper, personal work that needs to be done inside the heart of a leader. The greatest leverage to grow your company is learning to effectively

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