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Prove Your Point or Improve Your Position?

You find yourself in a heated discussion with a close colleague, a direct report, or maybe even your spouse or partner. You’ve been going back and forth about who is right and who is wrong. And it appears things are not going to get better any time soon. We’ve all been there, and it stinks.Continue reading Prove Your Point or Improve Your Position?

What’s Your Superpower?

We all have something that we are really good at. Some of us are excellent innovators, others are fantastic connectors, and some are amazing producers. All of us have specific skills and strengths to do what we do and do it well. But what is your superpower? What is that one thing that you doContinue reading What’s Your Superpower?

Should I Stay or Should I Go (To the Office)

When are we getting back to normal? As the COVID vaccine continues to rollout here in the United States and the rest of the world, we hear this topic come up over and over again. First, we heard it from people who needed to get back to earning a paycheck. Then, we heard it fromContinue reading Should I Stay or Should I Go (To the Office)

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Where is Your Focus?

When a flower doesn’t bloom, you fix the environment in which it grows, not the flower. – Alexander Den Heijer What a profound statement. Listen to the wisdom in these sixteen words. When a flower doesn’t bloom, you fix the environment in which it grows, not the flower. As leaders, we need to take theseContinue reading Where is Your Focus?

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Perfection is a Delusion

Seeking perfection is an act of pointlessness, uselessness, and futility. When we seek perfection, we spend (read “waste”) so much time trying to squeeze one last drop of innovative content to create the most amazing, never to be duplicated, unconquerable product, service, or idea. Whether it is a gadget, a widget, a product, or aContinue reading Perfection is a Delusion