In Business and Baseball: Adaptation is Key

In business and in baseball there is a constant need for adaptation. How a major league baseball manager adapts to lead a team to victory, can be emulated in various aspects of our personal and professional lives.

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New Ways to Finance Your Small Business in 2018

There is no “right” way to fund a business since everyone’s situation is unique. Finding the best way to meet your unique needs is what is most important. Here are six ideas that are creative ways to finance your small business.

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Bouncing Back: How Resilient Leaders Respond to Failure

Many leaders suffer from illusory superiority, meaning they are absolutely delusional about their own performance. However, failure is inevitable. Author Jeffrey A. Kottler shares the art of bouncing back when it happens.

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How to Craft Your Resume to Attain More Senior Positions

If you’re struggling to move past the entry-level or early-years phase of your career, then you are not alone. Here’s how to craft your resume to attain more senior positions.

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The Hardest Transition We’ll Make: From Self-Leadership to Leading Others

Leading others involves an incredible amount of flexibility and a new set of skills. Making the professional leap from self-leadership to leading others can be a tricky transition. Here’s how to navigate through.

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Flexibly Rigid: Why Leaders Need to Balance Agility With Structure

Is it more important for a leader to be flexible and agile or structured and resolute? Maybe the answer is both. Here’s what it takes to embody flexibly rigid leadership.

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Reducing Tension: The Power of “Help Me Understand”

Things are tense. It shouldn’t surprise us. In a pluralistic society, there will be pressure points. However, starting with “Help me understand” is sure to be a tension-reducer.

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Breaking Through Joy Barriers in Our Organizations

There are many things that threaten to steal our joy at work or at home. Scott Savage shares a few ways he’s found to break through those joy barriers.

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How to Avoid Death by Committee

There’s a fine line between getting feedback on a project and allowing your project to succumb to death by committee. How do you avoid an abundance of unhelpful input?

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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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Small Business Marketing for Less

Often, small business owners avoid creating a marketing plan because of fear over costs. Here’s how to do small business marketing for less.

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If You Were Fired, Who Would Protest?

Who would protest if you were fired? Becoming an others-oriented leader might help to lengthen that list.

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