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Archive for May 2020

Are You in a Funk? Get Out and Stay Out

Have you slid into a funk lately? It would be totally normal if you have. All of us do on occasion–especially in crazy times like these. Here is the good news. You don’t have to stay there. Watch today’s video for a quick and easy way to get out and stay out of a funk.

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Unprecedented Stress Calls For Unprecedented Thinking

Right now you may be stressed out because of employment, health, money, family issues,  addiction, loneliness, or absence of something to look forward to. All of these are impacts caused by the current world-wide pandemic. Personally, in my family, we have been dealing with many of the above. It is not easy. It can be…

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The Very Best Way to Engage Your Employees During Uncertainty

We live in a world where many unknowns and uncertainties face our employees every day. This environment of uncertainty affects their moral, engagement, and productivity.  I want to share with you the five secrets providing a secure and safe environment for your employees. But first, I have to ask you a few questions. Have you…

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Leverage Pain Points to Create Breakthroughs

Great leaders are willing to continually learn. The greatest teacher in life is pain. Great leaders are willing to lean into pain to gain the wisdom they need to create their next breakthrough. Watch this video to learn how to leverage your pain to create your next breakthrough.

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How to Feel Happy No Matter What–Even in Uncertainty

You’ve got to keep hope alive.   In their famous song… ”Don’t Stop Believin’” the rock band, Journey, sings a line you have probably heard a hundred times that probably hasn’t registered with you. Here are the lyrics: Strangers waitin’Up and down the boulevardTheir shadows searchinStreetlight peopleLivin’ just to find emotionHidin’ somewhere in the nigh The…

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What You Need And Don’t Know You Do

War was about to erupt.   In this amazing scene from the movie Gladiator, Maximus (the great general) is about to lead his army into battle. He kneels down, grabs a handful of dirt, mindfully rubs it in his hands, paused, and smells earth. Why?   At first brush you may say, “The guy is getting ready…

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