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Month: November 2012

Your Right Things Lead to Your Success

I recently returned from a trip to Saudi Arabia. While there I had the opportunity to work with several major companies and organizations and develop both personal and professional relationships. It was an amazing experience. Prior to leaving on this trip I sat down and thought about my strategic intent. My goal was to be able to deliver ideas to the organizations I went to serve that would allow them to grow and flourish. I

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Ask Better Questions – Develop Better Leaders

I have a speech in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I will be working with over a thousand financial advisors. Prior to the program I emailed and communicated with about 15 people that will be in the audience. I asked several questions because I wanted insights through their eyes. I have a pretty good idea of the issues they are facing from my experience and the clients that I worked with in the past, but I wanted

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Focus on What you Can Control

In business there are many things that will impact our success. Some of those issues are beyond our control: governmental changes, regulations, competitors, making decisions in the market place with regards to products, services, warranties, etc. As great leaders what we must do is choose to focus on what we can control. We can’t control others decisions, but we can control the choices we make with regards to those decisions and if we focus on

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Go on the Offensive and Strengthen Your Organization

As a leader of an organization or a leader in our own personal life, we have many decisions and choices that we must deal with. Some of the choices reflect around offensive decisions and some are defensive. And, there is a time and a place for both. Sometimes we make a defensive move because we need to compete with what some of our competitors are doing in the market place and sometimes that’s reactive rather

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Give Away to Succeed

I recently saw a small device that you can plug in the top of an I-phone or an I-pad. This small little device will allow you to drag a credit card through it and it will then charge the owner of that credit card for the amount that you’ve entered in on the screen and then that individual can sign on the screen to conduct the purchase. Wow! Such a little item can do so

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