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Giving and the high performance leader

Starting with Thanksgiving and continuing throughout the holiday season, most of us spend a lot of time thinking about giving—and reflecting on the many gifts we have received during the year. In his book “Design a Life that Works,” Michael … Continue reading

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Story time isn’t just for bedtime

“Hey, kids, who wants to hear a story?” As a child, those words were music to my ears and still are today. After all, who doesn’t like to hear a good story? Storytelling is the way we communicate on the … Continue reading

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It makes no sense to have a plan if you don’t review it

A few weeks ago, I wrote about the importance of having a written plan—whether that’s a business, financial or life plan—and the value of writing things down vs. just having them bounce around in your head. I noted there is … Continue reading

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The value of a written plan

It’s been said that we spend more time planning vacations and weddings than we do our careers, finances or business. Not only are we poor planners (and I’m the worst), but we never seem to commit to paper the plans … Continue reading

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