Monthly Archives: March 2012

How Future Leaders of the World will Lead

March 29, 2012 By Lisa Petrilli I wrote this post originally for Shawn Murphy and Ted Coine, the brilliant minds behind the new Switch and Shift Blog. I wanted to share it with my readers as I believe you’re all … Continue reading

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A Roadmap to Self-Reliance for Solopreneurs

BY Jason Daley | Original Harvey Manger-Weil’s business proposition sounds like the type of wacky offer you’d find advertised in the back of an old comic book, next to the X-ray specs: A perfect score on your SAT, results guaranteed! … Continue reading

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Extending the Narrative

by Seth Godin | Original Did you wake up fresh today, a new start, a blank slate with resources and opportunities… or is today yet another day of living out the narrative you’ve been engaged in for years? For all … Continue reading

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Finding the “want to”

3/21/12 Finding the “want to” By John C Maxwell | Original Post Many years ago, I read about a survey of workers in the United States, who were asked if they could work harder on the job than they currently … Continue reading

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John Wooden’s Seven Point Creed

Lessons off the Basketball Court – John Wooden’s Seven Point Creed Published March 17, 2012 | By Tim Marks  | http://timmarks.com/blog/?p=171 This time of year, many people are filling out tournament brackets and focusing on the game of basketball as … Continue reading

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What’s at the CORE of Your Abilities?

Tuesday, March 20, 2012 by Meredith Bell It’s taken a lot of effort for you to become the person you are today. As this diagram shows, you develop different kinds of ability during your life. You began some of this … Continue reading

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10 Leadership Lessons From Spending Time In Juvenile Court

Reblogged from Brian Dodd On Leadership, original post March 15, 2012 Because of an incident that took place several months ago, I spent some time in Juvenile Court this morning.  The following are the leadership lessons I gleaned from my … Continue reading

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