Tips for Defeating Negative Self-Talk

Tips for Defeating Negative Self-Talk

Tips for Defeating Negative Self-Talk What if we only let the voices inside our heads speak to us the way we speak to dogs? When we talk to dogs, we are enthusiastic, positive, and sweet. What if we only allowed our self-talk in a positive way? “Who is the best person...

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5 Tips to Help You Prepare for Your Succession Plan

5 Tips to Help You Prepare for Your Succession Plan

5 Tips to Help You Prepare for Your Succession Plan Succession planning is an important process for any business. It helps you to prepare for the future and ensures that your business continues to operate smoothly. However, many businesses do not have a plan in place....

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How Creating Social Connections Remotely is Good

How Creating Social Connections Remotely is Good

How Creating Social Connections Remotely is Good   I got a lot of comments about last week’s article on the need for social connections. Readers made comments such as: “I feel like people wore masks and suddenly stopped looking at other people, and now that the...

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Social Connections are Necessary at Work

Social Connections are Necessary at Work

Social Connections are Necessary at Work We live in a world where it is easier than ever to stay connected, but many of us feel more isolated than ever. This is worrisome, especially if you are working as part of a team that is not connecting well with each other....

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Tiny Habits, in Key Areas, for Big Changes

Tiny Habits, in Key Areas, for Big Changes

Tiny Habits, in Key Areas, for Big Changes One donut hole takes me about 10 seconds to devour. Donuts are fried flour and sugar coated in more sugar. They are not good for me. I rationally know this. Donuts are my kryptonite. One donut hole may not be terrible, but a...

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Delegating Tips, Even If No One Works For You

Delegating Tips, Even If No One Works For You

Delegating Tips, Even If No One Works For You My Dad used to say, “Decide. Delegate. And disappear.” Delegation is an important component of most leadership roles. But you must understand that delegating the job doesn’t mean delegating the responsibility.  You are...

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Is Your Marketing Going to the Dogs?

Is Your Marketing Going to the Dogs?

Is Your Marketing Going to the Dogs? The outside of the envelope said Personal and Confidential. Open immediately! It was addressed to my dog, Bella. One of my dogs is named Bella. I know. You probably have a dog named Bella as well. And occasionally, when I need to...

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Does Your Organization Suffer From Mediocrity?

Does Your Organization Suffer From Mediocrity?

Does Your Organization Suffer From Mediocrity? Mediocrity is a disease, and lots of organizations are infected right now. I follow Len Fuchs, and he mentioned this week that mediocrity is a disease. COVID-19 distracted a lot of leaders, and over the past few years,...

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Tips for Defeating Negative Self-Talk

Tips for Defeating Negative Self-Talk

Tips for Defeating Negative Self-Talk What if we only let the voices inside our heads speak to us the way we speak to dogs? When we talk to dogs, we are enthusiastic, positive, and sweet. What if we only allowed our self-talk in a positive way? “Who is the best person...

read more
5 Tips to Help You Prepare for Your Succession Plan

5 Tips to Help You Prepare for Your Succession Plan

5 Tips to Help You Prepare for Your Succession Plan Succession planning is an important process for any business. It helps you to prepare for the future and ensures that your business continues to operate smoothly. However, many businesses do not have a plan in place....

read more
How Creating Social Connections Remotely is Good

How Creating Social Connections Remotely is Good

How Creating Social Connections Remotely is Good   I got a lot of comments about last week’s article on the need for social connections. Readers made comments such as: “I feel like people wore masks and suddenly stopped looking at other people, and now that the...

read more
Social Connections are Necessary at Work

Social Connections are Necessary at Work

Social Connections are Necessary at Work We live in a world where it is easier than ever to stay connected, but many of us feel more isolated than ever. This is worrisome, especially if you are working as part of a team that is not connecting well with each other....

read more
Tiny Habits, in Key Areas, for Big Changes

Tiny Habits, in Key Areas, for Big Changes

Tiny Habits, in Key Areas, for Big Changes One donut hole takes me about 10 seconds to devour. Donuts are fried flour and sugar coated in more sugar. They are not good for me. I rationally know this. Donuts are my kryptonite. One donut hole may not be terrible, but a...

read more
Delegating Tips, Even If No One Works For You

Delegating Tips, Even If No One Works For You

Delegating Tips, Even If No One Works For You My Dad used to say, “Decide. Delegate. And disappear.” Delegation is an important component of most leadership roles. But you must understand that delegating the job doesn’t mean delegating the responsibility.  You are...

read more
Is Your Marketing Going to the Dogs?

Is Your Marketing Going to the Dogs?

Is Your Marketing Going to the Dogs? The outside of the envelope said Personal and Confidential. Open immediately! It was addressed to my dog, Bella. One of my dogs is named Bella. I know. You probably have a dog named Bella as well. And occasionally, when I need to...

read more
Does Your Organization Suffer From Mediocrity?

Does Your Organization Suffer From Mediocrity?

Does Your Organization Suffer From Mediocrity? Mediocrity is a disease, and lots of organizations are infected right now. I follow Len Fuchs, and he mentioned this week that mediocrity is a disease. COVID-19 distracted a lot of leaders, and over the past few years,...

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