Navigation Lessons Across Generations

Sometimes lessons come from surprising places. These navigation lessons were learned watching different age groups follow directions to a specific location.

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My Ancestor’s Wildest Dreams: Looking Back to Move Forward

Career leaps are unsettling. Finding inspiration from the stories of those who came before can be a comfort. Sometimes looking back to move forward is key.

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The (Somewhat) Encouraging Lesson I Recently Learned from 3 Wise Men

The opportunity to learn from those who are older and wiser is a gift. Jeremy Chandler learned an encouraging lesson when he sat down and listened.

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Generations: Leading Younger and Older

Generations are just a reminder that we need to embrace leading younger and older. A leadership point too often missed in business.

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Our Loss of Reason(ing)

Our time is here to reason again and renew our reason. Our loss of reasoning and reason hurts our society and workplace. Time to reason again.

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Be Informed: Essential Business, Financial, and Economic Sites

Be informed. An important responsibility for business leaders and good citizenship. A few business, financial, and economic sites to begin.

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Balancing Entrepreneurship and Student Loans

With student loans being a norm for many who want to attend college, entrepreneurship is evolving into a riskier avenue for those in debt to lenders. But rest assured, balancing entrepreneurship and student loans is possible. Here’s how.

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Considering How We Define Success

How we define success is a question we all must wrestle with. While it’s common to consider only our professional accomplishments or wealth, Zach Morgan hopes we’ll take time to broaden our definition.

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Adjusting Professional Expectations: How Compromise Can Improve Productivity

When a new position doesn’t meet our exact expectations, it’s challenging. Sometimes a little bit of compromise goes a long way to improving our productivity and our job satisfaction.

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Walking Reflection: What Do You See and Hear? What Answer Emerges?

Spend twenty minutes in a walking reflection, seeking the answer to the question, “Are we on the right path?” Our communities need focus on how we can do more for the greater good.

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Better Society, Better Days: Moving from Stale Leaders to Smart Leaders

Bold statements on better days and better society inspire. We need more than inspiration. We need smart leaders from all generations.

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Do We Think and Act Too Big?

Is being too big getting us in trouble and off track? Being big leads to focusing on the wrong things. It is time to narrow focus and act with meaning.

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