Is Integrity Dead in America?

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Is Integrity Dead in America? 3 Ethical Elements to Consider Before Answering the Integrity Question With ethical lapses in every nook and cranny of society occurring just about every other second these days…it’s a fair question. From politicians that shamelessly lie (but keep getting elected) to careless business leaders who bankrupt their own companies (but still walk away with their mil

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5 Business Strategies for Upcoming Motivational Speakers

By Michael Wigge

The speaking profession seems to be a popular industry to get into for people who like to have an independent career that includes public appearances, traveling nationally and internationally and a positive impact on the lives of others. But the main challenge seems to remain for many aspiring speakers how to achieve and maintain a stable and constant stream of income! The level of income of moti

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Lt. Col. Larry Parker at the 100 Black Men National Convention

By Larry Parker

HOLLYWOOD, FL, UNITED STATES 06.12.2014 Photo by Lance Cpl. Jessica Quezada  Marine Corps Recruiting Command   Lt. Col. Larry Parker, Marine Corps Recruiting Command proof source at the 100 Black Men National Convention and head of Enlisted Plans section of Manpower Plans and Policy Branch, Headquarters Marine Corps, speaks at the International Board of Directors Meeting in Hollywood, Flor

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Motivational Speaker

By Uledus Roseman

The path to our destiny can often take many twists and turns. Get back on your road to personal and professional growth with help from Uledus Roseman L.G.I.N. Based out of St Paul-Minneapolis region, this local motivational speaker loves to travel and offers organizations and companies insights into increased work performance. He believes that self- reflection and better decision making skills wil

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Are Goals Even for Me?

By Ryan Reger

Do you ever get frustrated with goals? Over the years I’ve set goals and failed to meet them and then felt like setting goals wasn’t for me.  Can you relate to that? I was encouraged to hear that I’m not the only one so I recorded a radio show with 3 of my friends that have 3 different approaches. That’s right…there’s not just one way to do it. The common thread that runs through

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The Four Qualities of a Great Leader

By Davin Salvagno

“How can I help?” ... Ever since the launch of the new hit series New Amsterdam, I have found myself repeating this phrase several times a day both in my work and at home. In fact, my wife has kindly hinted more than once that she would prefer me to stop saying it ... but I can’t help it. These four words are the most powerful words any leader can ask, as a spouse, parent, or CEO because the

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Who Are You Helping Your People Become?

By Davin Salvagno

Our lives are a journey to an ultimate destination with many impactful stops along the way. From time to time, we meet people on our journey who help us become who we were created to be. I have always wanted to be a teacher, not for the summers off, and certainly not for the pay, but for the impact. At the early age of 5, my parents divorced, I went to live with my grandparents, and attended a pr

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Buy In Early on People

By Davin Salvagno

We look for the greatest trends in the market, the hottest startups, the next big idea ... all in an effort to capitalize on potential.  The greatest potential we can capitalize on is often right in front of us and overlooked. Top performers in any industry were once beginners.  CEOs of large organizations were once entry level employees.  Well known authors and speakers were once unknown

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The Road Less Traveled

By Davin Salvagno

Our natural tendency is to size each other up, and compare ourselves to one another based on the positions we see them in, the destinations that life takes them to. Rarely do we take the time to consider the road they traveled, the adversity they may have faced, and the decisions they had to make along the way. As the popular Chick-fil-a commercial well illustrates, “Everyone has a story ... if

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When I Think I Know!

By Glenna Hecht

Family, celebration, lots of food, traditions, shopping…the holidays are upon us! One family celebration popped in my head that is memorable and provided a life-long lesson. My mom was a few days shy of 100 years old when she passed away, a long and beautiful life. Yes, I have great genes!! When my mom moved into a nursing home I would visit and bring her balloons, flowers, signs, tiaras, etc.

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