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Posts tagged with ‘Leadership’

Where’s Your Focus?

  Where’s your focus? If you get to the unfiltered answer for this question, it will teach you a lot about yourself. We all choose to focus on different things and it’s what we focus on that predicts what we’ll do, how we’ll do it and ultimately where we’ll go in life. So where’s your focus? If you don’t know, […]

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Did You FEED Your Potential Today?

There are a number of self-awareness questions that I ask myself on a routine basis. Of these questions the one I find the most challenging to answer is as follows: Am I reaching my full potential? The reason I find this question difficult to answer, is because I can ask this question of myself to address specific areas of my life […]

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7 Leadership Lessons from the 2014 Global Leadership Summit

  As most of you know, I take personal development and self-improvement very serious. I’m even more passionate about leadership development. Why? Leaders facilitate change. Whether the change is perceived to be positive or negative, typically a leader is always at the helm of initiating that change. Thus, leaders influence the course in which other’s lives will go. This type […]

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10 Characteristics That Lead To Success

  Over the years, I’ve had the opportunity to learn from a number of men and women, who have made some outstanding achievements and over the past month, I decided to take some time to review my old notes and reflect on the many lessons I’ve learned from them. The list I’ve shared below are a brief compilation of the wisdom I’ve gathered […]

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A Terrible Mistake Leaders Often Make

  As a leader, I find it alarming and disheartening how many leaders make one common mistake. Often this mistake is overlooked by these leaders and repeated by the people they intend to lead. According to research, only 11% of leaders in North America are effective. I would attribute this mistake to that discouraging figure, but it’s not isolated to […]

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