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Why This Common Prioritization Method Obliterates Employee Engagement

We all at some point find ourselves prioritizing only the work required to "keep the lights on." Once we're comfortable, we want to stay that way. We want to hold the line. We focus entirely on tasks that prevent discomfort. We think if we can just prevent all badness, things will hum right along. It's logical, but it’s got a flaw. It's designed to maintain…

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This One Activity Is Paramount For Happy, Focused Growth & Gain

Clinging to the known is easy and comfortable, but it’s not satisfying. In fact it’s boring. Growth and gain come from doing the things we don’t really have to do. They come from stretching ourselves—by embracing discomfort.  But we don’t need to cannonball into new challenges, just dipping a toe in will do. As our toe gets comfortable, we need to put the rest of…

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This One Simple Counterintuitive Practice Will Make You More Successful At Work (And In Life)

Do you know the names of your eight great grandparents? Do you know any of their stories? How did their decisions impact your life? We all know moments become days, then weeks, then months, then years. Short-term often becomes long-term. And sadly, someday too often becomes never.  What story are you creating with your moments? Will your actions matter 50, 10, or even 5 years…

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The Counter-Intuitive Path To Accomplishment, Confidence, Appreciation, Wonder, & Well-Being

Each day brings a thousand blinking buttons screaming to be pushed. Most do nothing, but five… five will change your life. They bring accomplishment, confidence, appreciation, wonder, and well-being. Joseph Moses Juran called this “The Law of the Vital Few.” The list of people that have used the The Law of the Vital Few to achieve extraordinary things is long. Warren Buffet owes 90% of…

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How To Wisely Choose Your Next Action In Difficult Situations

“Between stimulus and response there is a space.  In that space is our power to choose our response.  In our response lies our growth and our freedom.”Victor E. Frankl When we interact with anything, it changes. It's like adding cream to coffee. The cream swirls about as it makes its way through the coffee. It takes some time to settle in. In our own interactions,…

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