Monthly Archives: September 2017

The Crisp Meeting

by Seth Godin A $30,000 software package is actually $3,000 worth of software plus $27,000 worth of meetings. And most clients are bad at meetings. As a result, so are many video developers, freelance writers, conference organizers, architects and lawyers. … Continue reading

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Say Yes to Yourself with a Personal “Don’t Do” Policy

by Jack Canfield, America’s #1 Success Coach, is founder of the billion-dollar book brand Chicken Soup for the Soul© Our world is a highly competitive and over stimulating place, and more and more concentration is needed every day just to stay … Continue reading

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11 Things Entrepreneurs (and Employees) can Learn from Soccer

This is a great post – along the lines of: Recognize – Communicate – Execute by Chris Brady | Original Article Always be moving — you must have endurance, be prepared for the long haul, but also be able to burst and … Continue reading

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An Outward Oriented Mindset

Great #leadership unlocks a combination of #collaboration/innovation & responsiveness within their teams in order to improve #performance. — Gene Bulmer (@GeneBulmer) September 17, 2017 And they accomplish this by developing an outward (others) oriented mindset.

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Discipline+Consistency

Discipline & consistency: necessary components of success.

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