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Priority Overload

Sure, I get there should only be ONE #1 Priority. And yet… … from the Ask An Expert forum at the Mentor’s Guild1 … Question: How to prioritize when everything is Top Priority? “After a long corporate career, I have moved to a smaller organization in my industry. I work on several simultaneous projects and report …

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Winning When Losing

“No one was trying to grab any credit or deflect any blame.” So said Theo Epstein, president of baseball operations for the Chicago Cubs after his team lost 4 straight to the New York Mets in the 2015 National League Championship Series. Good for him,  I say. {And a moment of silence and appreciation for those …

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Motives, Intentions, and Unmet Needs

  The best intentions will rarely, if ever, outweigh the deepest of motives. That is, your intentions may be honorable, but they’ll only be as real as your underlying motives allow them to be. And thinking otherwise is just an illusion. What Are Motives? A motive is defined as “something that causes a person to act in a certain …

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No, They Won’t Just Forget

Screw something up and, just to break even, you’ll need 5 times as many successes, each 5-times more value than your original mistake. Why? Because that’s how it works. And while you don’t have to like it, you do have to know it’s how things work. People are so like elephants – they never forget! …

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