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Category Archives: Leadership

Slow Dancing Kids are More Successful

Why do so many elementary school dances go on for hours without anyone dancing?  The dance floor is empty and the girls and boys stare at each other across the gym.  It is because they are afraid of taking action to ask someone to dance and being turned down in front of their peers.  This […]

The Phenomenon that Key Leaders Experience

Have you ever researched a car to buy and then start seeing the car you are considering everywhere?  What changed?  Did Oprah visit your neighborhood and give everyone that same car you were looking at online?  Or were they there all along and you just didn’t notice?  Chances are that they were there all along. […]

Don’t Do What Your Manager Asks

Don’t do what your manager asks you.  Doing exactly what he or she asks just makes you a YES MAN!  You should always go beyond their expectations and provide them options on everything you work on.  This will take you from a YES MAN to a TEAM ASSET!  This will also prove your worth as […]

How to Get the Most Out of Your Vendors

In my current position I deal with countless companies, dealers, vendors, and departments.  Each of which are reaching out for assistance, pushing their own agenda, or trying to sell something.  If not careful, meetings can take up 9 hours of an 8 hour workday!  Because of this constant barrage of people wanting your time, it […]