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Creativity – The Secret to Business Success – Nir Bashan

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Every business focuses on pretty much the same thing…the numbers, or as we like to say, “the analytics”.  But like a doctor who can only prescribe medicine for the symptoms, the numbers, or analytics cannot get to the core of your issues and problems.  What is more the number and analytics cannot solve your problems.  But Creativity can!  This is …

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Opportunity Is All Around Us – Money In The Streets – Barry Habib

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Opportunity is truly all around us.   However, so few of us capitalize on them and for a variety of reasons.  Sometimes we don’t see them because of fear, sometimes we miss them because of our attitude of negativity, or perhaps we miss it because we simply do not have the skills to recognize opportunities.  So how do we develop those …

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PTSD: It Affects Us All – Arsenal of Hope – Jen Satterly

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According to the National Center for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) 7-8% of the population is suffering from this malady.  It is often ignored, misunderstood, and often attribute other reasons to the behavior of those with PTSD.   For sure those men and women who are or were combat veterans, first responders, and Covid front line workers have the greatest potential …

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Managing People – What You Should Know – The Good Manager – Ralph Peterson

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Everyone wants to be a manager.  They have this erroneous belief that when you become a manager that you have extra benefits and your work is less.  DON’T YOU BELIEVE IT!  There is a reason why there are so many managing jobs out there.  One is because in a very short time people realize that the work and responsibility is …

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Remote Work: How Your Business and You Can Thrive – Sharon Koifman

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Since the Covid-19 Pandemic more business are having their employees work from home.  And when it comes to remote work some companies love it and some do not.  This is also true of employees.  More introverts feel like they have reached the mecca, while the extroverts are suffering.  So then when it comes to remote work what does a business …

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Relationship Skills for Today’s Complex World – Beyond Mars and Venus – Dr. John Gray

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There was a time when men and women had specific roles in their relationship.  Typically the man worked at his job, and the wife stayed at home.  While that seems archaic by today’s standards the fact of the matter was it actually made the relationship much easier and steadier because everyone knew their role, and as we often say today, …

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Employee Grief: What Leaders Must Do – The Dying Art of Leadership – Guy and Anthony Casablanca

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Did you that more than 17,000,000 employees this year will experience some sort of loss that will lead to their grief?  Meaning that 47,000 employees today are walking into work in grief having experienced some tragic loss in their life.  Did you also know that grief costs companies around $75 Billion in productivity loss a year.  The fact is friends …

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What the Heck is Leadership and Why Should I Care? Dr. Gary DePaul

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There are so many theories on Leadership it can get quite exhausting.  In fact Leadership theory is wide and so vast you may find yourself throwing your arms up in the air and saying, “I’m just going to do leadership my way”.  Well it is confusing.  And it causes us to ask more questions, such as: “Is leadership the same …