She Finally Had a Ray of Hope

Micki always believed that in life, you go to school, you get a job, you work hard, you retire and you live happily every after.

Her belief system was shattered when she was downsized from her corporate job that she had for over 18 years.

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Your Round Tuit

Tuits are very hard to come by. Especially the round ones.

This is an indispensable item.

For years we have heard people say…

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The Art of Listening

Listening determines, more than any other factor, the quality of your communication and thus your success as a leader.

Gallop polled over a million employees and of those who thought they had a great boss, Gallop asked the question, “why?”

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Find Uncomfortable Friends

Why spend our valuable time with people who work at mediocre … who resign themselves to being ordinary? Wouldn’t it be more productive to seek out connections and spend our time with people who stretch us?

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7 Critical Tips for Decision Making!

Everyone makes decisions every day.
Some bigger than others but regardless, making the wrong decision could lead to poor outcomes.
You need a strategy and plan of action.

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E + R = O

Outcomes can sometimes come across as not “controllable” or out of control, however our reaction is controllable.
How we react in a situation, based on an event will always guide the outcome.

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The Scorpion and The Frog

A scorpion was out by a riverbank when a huge storm emerged. The rain came down fast and furious and he got caught in the river and was lead down stream and landed safely on the shore. The unfortunate thing for him is that he landed on the opposite side of the river.

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