Monthly Archives: March 2013

Maintaining a Realistic Picture

  by Orrin Woodward The first, and maybe the most important, is that great leaders maintain a realistic picture. That means that they have a realistic picture of themselves and of their organizations. It’s important to know yourself as the … Continue reading

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Outnumbered…but not Outgunned

Once I was in a nightclub with a friend of a friend. He was a professional boxer. The biggest, toughest dude in the bar heard that this boxer had won the Golden Gloves, and the tough guy decided to see … Continue reading

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L E A D E R S H I F T

 

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Seth Godin on the 3 Essential Skills Every Entrepreneur Should Cultivate

BY Bryan Elliott | March 14, 2013| If you’re an entrepreneur, you’ve got your hustle on. You don’t work normal hours, every day is spent on your business and you’re doing all you can to make it go. You know … Continue reading

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Leveraging Our Influence

This is one of 3 conferences held last month (February) for TEAM/LIFE. Our goal is culture change and 1 million members in the next 5~7 years.

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