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    Why it’s So Hard to Change “Safe” Into Success

    March 5th, 2014

    Last week, I talked about becoming an expert at change to get what you want. And part of that change involves the ecological support you’ve been conditioned with. It seems to be a thing that gets in the way of change. So why do we have it? What purpose does it serve?

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    Become an Expert at Change and Get What You Want

    February 27th, 2014

    What actually permits you to change?  There may be some pretty big things that we’re going to have to change about ourselves in order to have the things that we want.  The bigger things that must change and that will change this year likely are things you haven’t even viewed or identified or have in your awareness at all.

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    Are You Really Committed to What You Say You Are?

    February 12th, 2014

    Our commitments lie in what we’re actually doing, not in what we value. What you do is what you’re truly committed to, what you value is aspiration.

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    Discovering Your Path to Effective Leadership

    February 5th, 2014

    A lot of people define effective leadership as making things happen.

    It’s also easy to think of leadership like a set of characteristics, a style of speaking or a style of interacting, but it actually isn’t.  It’s so much deeper than all of these things.

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    How to Be a Strong Business Leader in Today’s World

    January 29th, 2014

    To many, it seems like the traditional top-down business leadership approach is really becoming outdated.  However, it’s still lingering.  It still exists. Leaders face a complex situation at the moment because we’re in a transition period where the old is going out, but it’s still there, and the new is coming in simultaneously.

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