Tag Archives: Continual Learning

QR Books – The Next Big Wave to Catch


Do you love to stay informed on the best thought leaders as well as find time to review the classic literature in your field? Successful individuals always answer yes to this question. The rub is finding the time do both while executing … Continue reading

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Engagement Tip # 10 – Real Men Write It Down


Gallup’s survey question #11 states, “Within the last six months, someone at work has talked to me about my progress.” At first glance the statement seems easy enough to do. Just do an evaluation every six months, right? Here’s the rub. Continue reading

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Engagement Tip # 2 – Weekly Focus on Employee Strengths


Employee engagement is the biggest threat to our way of life. In the information age when knowledge workers are critical, can you really afford the following drag by your team? Continue reading

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Swing Easy and Live


A good friend, Jack Burrell, shared something Brandt Snedeker said to him that makes so much sense Continue reading

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The Sweet Spot in Business Books


The more I read about the latest and greatest new perspective on business practices, and I do marvel at the insights each book provides, the more I see something at the center of each message Continue reading

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Face It, Teach It, Improve It


This morning finds me feeling hectic and for good reason. Continue reading

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Trying to Learn What Not to Forget


Sometimes the best self-development comes from not forgetting what you previously learned.
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