Tag: Personal Responsibility

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The Best Strategy for Increasing Your Focus

The Best Strategy for Increasing Your Focus

There is nothing like a category 5 hurricane barreling towards your home to make you think about what really matters to you!  While we chose to ride out the last 5 hurricanes at home, for the first time in 14 years we decided to evacuate.   Fortunately for my family, we prepared for the worst [...]

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What Your Work Ethic Says About Your Character

What Your Work Ethic Says About Your Character

Introducing Per Wickstrom, a successful salesman, entrepreneur, and recovering addict. He reminds us that redemption is always possible after a fall if we are willing to do the work and take responsibility. In fact, it is often our greatest failures and challenges that lead us to make the biggest difference for others, as Per is [...]

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What If Every Job Was a Leadership Position?

What If Every Job Was a Leadership Position?

How would you respond if I said to you, “Every job is a leadership position”? Does it seem like a nice concept, but not a real possibility? Or is it the way you approach your job and the way you expect others to approach theirs? If you don’t have a title that is labeled specifically [...]

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3 Steps to Make Meaningful Progress This Year

3 Steps to Make Meaningful Progress This Year

With a new year just beginning, now is a great time to reflect on your to do list practices, so you can stay focused on what really matters and keep a lid on the seemingly ever-growing lists that can overwhelm and distract you. “Most people overestimate what they can do in one year and underestimate [...]

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The Missing Link in Performance Improvement

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What drives your performance? When we ask this question many offer answers such as will power, determination, tenacity, and grit. Other responses included things like talent, skills, and intelligence. The interesting thing is, when we talk with people about improving their performance, most have strength in every one of these arenas. Now, of course, all [...]

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