What Needs to be Learned from Netflix: Tiger King

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Best Seller List with Appearance on Success Today

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Protecting My Space by Setting Expectations

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The word space has been floating in my awareness for a few weeks. With its frequent appearance, it’s time to pay attention to these subtle nudges from the Universe to honor my boundaries and expectations.These nudges have come out of my own mouth, from my accountability partner who needed to make space in her calendar and our meeting was one she could sacrifice to get some “breathing room,”

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The Art of Letting Go

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Letting go is more than just the subject of a hit Disney song from a few years ago. It’s actually a pretty on-point philosophy and an art. Letting go is an art form because it requires practice and dedication to master. While I’ve not quite mastered this art yet, I definitely have my Bachelor of Science degree in it; ’cause in the past decade I’ve let go of a major job, a couple of “fr

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Three Simple Steps to Creating a High-Performance Inter-generational Team

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What motivates young employees versus their more seasoned counterparts isn’t all that different. From Generation Z to Baby Boomers, people want to be valued; they also want to trust and be trusted. This means functioning in an environment where silos, gossip, and demeaning behavior aren’t welcome. This isn’t to say the workforce overall looks the same, not even when compared to a few years

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How a Simple Conversation Can Improve Employee Performance

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Several years ago, I owned a concrete paving company. At the end of some workdays, one of my foremen would return to our yard with dirty tools and equipment just tossed in the back of his truck. I mentioned something about it, and the foreman stopped doing it … for two weeks. Then, he was right back at it. It was time to have a conversation. When I sat down with the foreman, I highlighted two

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How to Turn Discipline Issues Into Growth Opportunities

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When I accepted my first management position, I was told not to get too close to the people who worked for me. God forbid I have to discipline or fire someone I know on a personal level — or so the thinking goes. But I got into management to work with people, not against them. If leaders practice great communication and build relationships, employees truly begin to thrive. When they don’t, t

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Raising the Bar: How Setting High Expectations Inspires Deeper Commitment

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I’ve spoken with many leaders over the past 15 years, and the majority have told me that they have at least one or two (and often more) employees who are doing the minimal amount of required work. But here is the thing: If leaders are not communicating high expectations, they shouldn’t be shocked by mediocrity. Creating change is a simple matter of raising expectations. Higher expectations c

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Why "Do The Best You Can" Is Terrible Advice

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“Do the best you can.” This line is meant to encourage high performance but actually has the opposite effect. In fact, I believe it directly promotes mediocrity. Don’t believe me? Imagine telling professionals who regularly make life-or-death decisions—say a trauma surgeon or a commercial airline pilot —to do the best they can. For these people, only doing their best isn’t an option,

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Forbes: 14 Ways Leaders Can Prepare For Generation Z's Entry Into The Job Market

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