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The Secret to Your Organization’s Innovation: The Power to Create

Although more than 86 years have gone by since his last breath, much of today’s modern life conveniences owe their origin to the innovative spirit of Thomas Edison. With more than 1,090 patents to his creative ledger (the incandescent bulb,…
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11 Lifelong Leadership Lessons That Can Be Learned on Minimum Wage

A little while back, Geoff Williams, a writer for U.S. News and World Report reached out for some thoughts regarding advice for teens heading off for their first job. (You can find a copy of Geoff’s article here). As my teenage daughter…
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20 Simple Leadership Lessons That Will Unlock Your Life

I am fortunate to work for an organization that has allowed me to spend the last 25 years traveling the world consulting with major corporations and helping employees to succeed. Throughout this journey, I have spoken with thousands of groups…
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The Single Most Important Decision You Make Everyday

There are two things that separate us from virtually everything else on the planet. The first is opposable thumbs (a trait we share with a handful of primates, koala bears and some South American tree frogs). However, it’s the second trait…
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Steer Your Life with Conscious Purpose. Are You Thinking Right?

Within your body you have seven octillion atoms that merge together to create the 3 billion base pairs of DNA that make you uniquely you. These pairs of DNA have built you into a truly magnificent marvel of science. They have laid the foundation…
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Ultimate Responsibility: Life's Single Greatest Equalizer

There are certain fundamental truths that regardless of circumstance seem to stand the test of time. One of these is the fact that victims never win. Excuses, rationalization, blame and finger pointing are the foundational cornerstones of…