Monthly Archives: April 2012

Trust and speed


How do you speed up your success?…The speed of my progress or success has a direct correlation to the depth of my trustability Continue reading

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Gratitude


One of the best parts of my mental diet is gratitude. It’s better than that first cup of coffee Continue reading

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Learning to not Compete


When you can identify your blue ocean, two great things happen. Continue reading

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Habits


Backsliding happens. What you do when you realize you backslid makes all the difference.
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Charades and Leadership


If my life were a great game of charades, would anyone guess leadership? Continue reading

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Plan B


What if Plan A is unavailable? The rain, thunder, and lightening tell me my Plan A of swimming is out and my Plan A-1 of running is equally out. What now at 5 am?

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Went to a planning meeting and the plan broke out


A funny thing happened in the middle of a set agenda designed to further the pre-designed plan, the meeting became the plan.
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Flip thinking and groups


Human nature pushes most of us to let someone who wants to do more than their share do just that. That’s why 20% of the people produce 80% of the results. As a teacher/facilitator my role should be to raise the level of productivity of the other 80%. Continue reading

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April First and Employee Trust


Trust is further cemented when people are rewarded for intelligent failure in pursuit of continuous improvement. Continue reading

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The Year For Your Customer


Everyone values their customers in words. How many of us really put those workds into action? Continue reading

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