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5 Top Challenges Executives Need To Overcome

Not every challenge can be listed in a short blog, but it could spell disaster for the organization if not addressed. An extraordinary leader will overcome those challenges by developing a skill set and addressing these five challenges.

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4 Positive Mindset Shift For Small Businesses

Four Key Positive Mindset Tips for Small Business Owners Photo by Mike Petrucci Unsplash | Small Business Open Sign Many small business owners may think they need to double production and profit to succeed, but happiness comes from doing the opposite. I often ask my clients what their number one goal in business is. They

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The 7 Winning Principles of Effective Leadership

There are many qualities that top athletes and top business leaders share. Top leaders can agree that knowledge and a certain level of talent are essential, but it takes more than that. My seven winning approaches to leadership describe what to do but most importantly what to avoid. These principles were developed from lessons learned as a two-time Olympic athlete and as a winning coach.

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3 Reasons to Get Your CEO To Address Cyber Security Attacks

How to convince your CEO to address Cyber Security Risks? Cyber security is one of the most important issues facing businesses today. To protect your company from cyber-attacks, you must convince your CEO that addressing these risks is critical. Here are three typical reasons that are practical from an informational standpoint. The Cost of Not

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Five Reasons Why New Year’s Resolutions Fail

Getting Committed The first reason New Year’s Resolutions fail is that people are not committed. They are interested in becoming better, but interest never goes past an obstacle. When people are interested, they say things like: “It would be nice to be thinner,” or “I would like to exercise more.” Those are not committed statements.

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The Real Definition of a Win

Many of my clients have asked me to reflect on my wins for 2021. When I was a basketball coach and an Olympic athlete, I would have given stats, titles, honors, and awards. I would have told you how many games we won, the opponents we defeated, or how we ranked #3 in the nation

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Top Priority of Any Organization Revealed

I was recently interviewing Norman Frederick who is the Executive Vice President of NTT Data Services for my upcoming book on leadership. Norman told me that he believed that people are an organization’s greatest asset. He said the order of things that leaders should focus on are: Your team members. Your customers. Your business. I

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How To Nullify The Excuses Of Victimhood

What is a victim? Victims are people who blame outside circumstances, events or people for their problems. We have a tendency to think of a certain category of people as victims rather than seeing ourselves as victims. We hear when other people are blaming things for their demise, but do we hear ourselves? “The reason

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The Secret to knowing when the Right thing is actually Wrong

Most of us live by a moral code except for sociopaths and psychopaths. Then, why are we so divided as people if we are all trying to do the right thing? To live cohesively on this one planet, we need to understand that other people think differently and live differently than what we think is

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