Are You Leaving Thousands On The Negotiating Table By Never Even Getting To The Negotiating Table?

Finding job openings can be difficult. Getting an interview can be even more so. But assuming you do, how you make it through all that – and get an offer – how you negotiate your compensation doesn’t have to be difficult, at all. But let’s not get ahead of the story. Don’t Dare To Neglect …

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Do You Have the Courage To Be Exceptional?

Consulting giant McKinsey&Company issued a white paper called, “What makes a CEO ‘exceptional’?” where they assessed the ‘early moves’ of CEOs with outstanding track records. In reading it, I couldn’t help wonder the extent to which their findings were equally applicable for ‘non-CEOs’ making ‘non-early movers’, as well. Let’s take a look. Who Outperforms Whom? …

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The Breakthrough Difference Between Coaching And Mentoring

People often ask me, “Say, what’s the difference between coaching and mentoring?” Well, in my view, here’s the essential distinction: MENTORING is where I talk and you ask questions; COACHING is where you talk and I ask questions. “MENTORING is where I talk and you ask questions; COACHING is where you talk and I ask …

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What If You Had All The Self-Esteem You Needed?

What you think about yourself determines what you think about MANY things. So here’s a bit of a primer on the topic of self-esteem based, in part, on The Six Pillars of Self-Esteem, by Nathaniel Branden: What IS Self- Esteem? Self-esteem is the reputation we have with ourselves, akin to our ‘brand’ – not the …

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Are Your Words Diluting Your Message?!

Ever hear of a word that’s the opposite of the same word?! The name for that is a contronym. Perfect for 2020, wouldn’t you say?! Now I didn’t know this, but sometimes contronyms are called Janus words because Janus was the “ancient Roman god of doorways, of beginnings, and of the rising and setting of …

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3 Types of Problems To Start Paying More Attention To

Whether you call them ‘opportunities’ or ‘problems’, there are 3 main types: The problems/opportunities you recognize, as such, and do something positive with The problems/opportunities you recognize, as such, but still get the better of you The problems/opportunities you completely don’t see or can’t change I assert that you’ll benefit from all three… but I …

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