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The Leadership Killer – Captain John Havlik (US Navy SEALs retired)

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So often we point fingers at leaders for their problems.  We will look so intently at the things we do not like about a particular leader and in the process we neglect to realize we have become arrogant believing that we “know” more, or someone else would be better suited to be in their place.  The fact is our belief …

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Eliminate Fear – Fearless Leadership – Alan Weiss

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Fear.  So often we do not want to admit it.  But as long as we are human we will fear.  But what about fear when it comes to leadership?  Can a leader afford to be afraid?  A leader may deny their they are afraid, but the truth is their behavior will give them away.  Because no matter how hard you …

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People Over Process: Leadership for Agility – Michael K. Levine

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Agile is a process that allows teams to basically work independently on small pieces of a larger project.  Basically they govern themselves, work in spurts (called sprints) and are suppose to be unified on what they will work on at any given time.  But does that really work without leadership involvement?  Perhaps not as consistently well as we would like …

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7 Principles to Change Your Business and Your Life: Conscious Leadership – Michael Bianco-Splann

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Yesterday is not today…well that’s obvious.  So why do we believe that so many of yesterday’s leadership principles will still be effective today?  The fact is when it comes to work attitudes have changed.  Jobs are plentiful and when people do not like their boss, manager, or CEO, they just leave.  This costs the business massive amounts of money.  At …

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Change Your Questions, Change Your Life, Business, and Coaching – Dr. Marilee Adams

In behavior change, Business Culture, Business Improvement, Business Psychology, Coaching, Company Culture, Decision Making, Healthy Living, Leadership, Leadership Growth, Leadership Improvement, life challenges, Life Change, Life Help, Podcast, Problem Solving, Psychology, self help, self-improvement, team leader, teams by Jay Izso2 Comments

Have you ever been around someone you are trying to avoid?  Or maybe it is someone that you feel like you just cannot get along with?  Maybe you believe there is someone out to get your job or get you fired?  Maybe it is your boss or manager that you feel like you have to walk on egg shells around …

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How Your Business Can Compete in a Digital Age – The Relationship Economy – John DiJulius

In Business Culture, Business Ideas, Business Improvement, Business Relationships, Business Success, change, Competing, competition, Competitive Business, Customer Relationships, Leadership, Leadership Growth, Podcast, sales, sales success, Uncategorized by Jay IzsoLeave a Comment

Technology, social media, phone apps, Alexa, Siri, Go Google, Artificial Intelligence, there is so much coming at us.  When it comes to our business…what do we do?  Which one or ones do we choose?  If any? What is going to give our business the competitive edge?  How much is going to cost?  What can I afford?  What is really going …

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Take Control of Your Life – Master Your Code – Darren J. Gold

In behavior change, Business Improvement, change, core values, Decision Making, Growth, Healthy Living, Inspiration, Leadership, Leadership Growth, Leadership Improvement, Life Change, Life Decisions, Life Help, Life Skills, Podcast, Psychology, purpose, Self-Diagnosis, self-improvement, Success by Jay IzsoLeave a Comment

How many times have you either said, or heard it said, “People don’t change”.  Maybe you have made the statement or heard the statement, “I am what I am”, indicating that change is impossible.  Or perhaps you have said, “there is nothing I can do about my situation, no one will give me a break”.   Do you know what those …

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Avoid Disasters in Business and Life – Never Go with Your Gut – Gleb Tsipursky

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We like to think of ourselves as being pretty smart.  We like to think that we make really good decisions.  We like to think especially in business environments that we use our logical side of our brain more so than the inner emotional brain.  However what the research tells us…we really do not know ourselves as well as we think …

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Lead, Succeed, and Thrive in a 24/7 World – Slow Down to Speed Up – Dr. Liz Bywater

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So you are a leader.  Maybe you are a team leader, or perhaps an owner, a manager, or maybe you are an entrepreneur and you are your own boss.  The fact is you are doing the best you can to lead.  You are challenged by the everyday busyness.  It seems like you are putting one fire out, and another ember …

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Practical Secrets for Leadership and Success: LEVEL UP! – Royce Gomez

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When we talk about leadership it seems it is invariably linked with success.  When you start to consider what it takes to truly be a great leader…well…success is right there.  But the opposite is true, the more successful one is…well…the more leadership responsibility that they either take on or is thrown at them.   Because of these two terms are so …