Monthly Archives: February 2012

The Decisive Leader

Re-blogged from Mark Sanborn’s Leadership blog The problem most leaders face isn’t being more decisive–it is being informed enough to make a decision. They waffle because they don’t understand the problem or situation, haven’t framed it well or haven’t thoroughly … Continue reading

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TEAM / LIFE You.Tube Channel

For the latest in TEAM/LIFE video: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=UUwPpLBi8javrmMr3AxiBc0w&feature=plcp http://www.youtube.com/user/LifeLeadership1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDqsbpvLbc4&feature=player_profilepage        

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Expect to Win!

Re-blogged from Randy.Gage.com …Let’s look at another perspective – the expectations you create for yourself. How important are they? Huge.  Because when you start a project expecting to fail, you almost always do.  And people who start a project expecting … Continue reading

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Killing the Inner Critic

by Dan Rockwell, a.k.a. Leadership Freak: There was a time when I thought my anger was about the world out there. But, anger, frustration, and complaints are first about who I am and then about other people, circumstances, and environments. … Continue reading

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Mindset Maintenance

by Randy Gage Last post we looked at how you keep your mindset of success by continuing to challenge yourself.  Let’s look at some other ways… Number one on the list for me:  daily self-development time.  I start off each … Continue reading

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Trust the Process . . .

What you believe about what you CAN achieve determines what you WILL achieve. It’s what we know that just isn’t so that holds us back the most. Be willing to do well what most people won’t do at all. Commitment … Continue reading

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