4 Weaknesses That Can Derail Any Good Leader

As humans, we know and understand that we are not perfect. Acknowledging this fact and digging into our specific weaknesses is something most of us avoid, but to be a good leader, you need to know and understand your weaknesses. No one likes to sit down and think about all the ways they fall short.…

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3 Tips for Writing a Book

Have you ever thought about writing a book? It’s been said there is at least one good book inside each of us, based solely on the experiences and life situations we’ve encountered. Even so, the thought of sitting down, and pouring out your thoughts, feelings, and personal anecdotes can seem extraordinarily daunting and overwhelming! “The…

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One Size Does Not Fit All

In the United States today, we have a lot of problems that need to be resolved quickly. There are so many challenges that have created an environment of oversimplifying the problem, then go with the easiest (the low hanging fruit) to implement. The issue is, that we never get to the best resolution to the…

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4 Ways to Give Feedback That Actually Work

It is very evident that to make work work, good communication needs to be present. Sometimes that communication comes in the form of feedback to employees and team members, but it is not always handled in the most optimal way. When you hear the word ‘feedback’, how does it make you feel? Oftentimes people get…

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5 Ways to Learn from Your Failures

“I have not failed 10,000 times—I’ve successfully found 10,000 ways that will not work.” – Thomas Edison Much can be said for the tenacity of Mr. Edison. To try at something 10,000 times is much more than the majority of us would ever attempt, but in this quote, we learn our first lesson about failure…

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