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Asking for help – how to do it more often and better

How to get better at asking for help. Self-reliance is an admirable quality to develop in ourselves and others, it’s also self-limiting. The Dr. Wayne Baker fact is, you can’t really be successful in any endeavor, business, or career if you don’t ask for help sometimes. Help is hard to ask for, so how can …

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How to never stop learning

“A career is a portfolio of projects that teach you new skills, gain you new expertise, develop new capabilities, grow your colleague set, and constantly reinvent you as a brand.”  – Tom Peters On the brink of a new year it’s a natural time to reflect on successes, failures, and most important of all – …

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Power-posing and its effect on positivity

Posing for two minutes in a powerful position — with the body expansive and the limbs stretched out — can have a profound effect on how you feel.  Even though more than 20 million have already viewed the wildly successful TED talk by Amy Cuddy, I couldn’t help but share it here. Her findings on …

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Crucial conversations – how to have them

Crucial conversations are make or break moments for any relationship or organization. Here’s how to start a crucial conversation. I had the wonderful opportunity last week to attend a local simulcast of the Willow Creek Global Leadership Summit which featured an amazing line up of speakers including host Bill Hybels, Carly Fiorina, Jeffrey Immelt, Patrick …

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Model of humility – and success

Catholics and non-Catholics alike have embraced Pope Francis and his humble ways. Here are a few leadership lessons from his remarkable turnaround. Although Pope Francis was elected only 16 months ago, his impact and effect on Roman Catholics worldwide could almost be called a small miracle. The human failings of the Church have been well-documented …

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Free your mind

The dogged pursuit of creative solutions can actually backfire. Here’s how to hit the reset button and cultivate breakthrough thinking. A funny thing happens when you’re stuck on a problem. The more time you spend thinking about it, the more narrow your possible solutions become. There is a diminishing return when you try too hard. …

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How people win – the key ingredients for success

The right combination of character traits leads to winning and success. Here’s what to look for and cultivate. Verbal skills, mathematical aptitude, and the ability to read patterns – measurements of IQ – are all considered important markers of future potential and success. We teach them, we test for them, and we often place what turns …

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You are appreciated

Three years and 150 Snippets later, the writing and reading continue. This Sunday morning note started a little over three years ago and I want to thank you for reading, encouraging and providing input along the way. Thank you for your time, and, if you’ve replied back with a comment or kind word, it is greatly …

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