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Do you ever have those days where you just need a little inspiration but don’t have a ton of time? Yeah, we do too.

Read on for some tools and tips to help you improve your leadership and your business. Don’t worry, they’re quick reads.*

*Apparently, humans have a shorter attention span than a goldfish nowadays

Wisdom on Wednesday The Magic of Two

The simple magic of two. Two creates understanding, two is simple balance and two unites. It was a great day…

June 10, 2015 Read
Servant Leadership Coordinating Talents

This quote from Walt Disney is a powerful one and is also the main thing visionary leaders must accomplish. “Of…

June 3, 2015 Read
Wisdom on Wednesday Do you believe?

The power of belief. Who would have believed that Nelson Mandela would be incarcerated for most of his life, only…

May 27, 2015 Read
Wisdom on Wednesday Make ‘It’ Awesome!

I’ve committed my career to the study of how great companies communicate. To study communication, I would be amiss if…

May 20, 2015 Read
Wisdom on Wednesday Balancing Tasks and Relationships

From my experience, when people come into the office Monday morning they have different goals and different ways of measuring…

May 13, 2015 Read
Wisdom on Wednesday Ah, meetings

To some of us, we’d rather be anywhere else on Earth. To others, meetings are truly enjoyable. But regardless of…

May 6, 2015 Read
Wisdom on Wednesday Are you making a life?

I just attended a Disney Institute class on customer service, hiring the right people and lessons on life. The upcoming…

April 29, 2015 Read
Servant Leadership And Servant Leadership grows!

I want to shout out to Patrick Van Able for spreading the Servant Leadership movement. I had the privilege of…

April 22, 2015 Read
Wisdom on Wednesday Looks can be deceiving!

Do you judge a book by it’s cover? Of course you do, we all do. It’s why marketing firms like…

April 15, 2015 Read

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