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5 Questions to Break Your Belief Boundaries

Rosa Parks believed she deserved to sit in the front of the bus and started a revolution. Fred Smith believed business would pay a premium for overnight delivery and revolutionized his industry. Susan B. Anthony believed in the right to

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Emotional Intelligence & The EQi 2.0

What is EI? As the EQ-i 2.0 measures emotional intelligence (EI), it’s important to consider what EI is, what it measures, and how is can impact people and the workplace. Defining EI  Emotional intelligence is defined as “a set of

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Burgers Don’t Sell Themselves

Chances are you have a favorite product or brand… for a variety of reasons as well. Maybe it’s the convenience, or the taste, the design, the cause, or the culture. Above all else, what makes the products and brands we

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Consider Your Approach to Leadership Development

One of my clients, a 160 year old company with 43K employees, will hire 6K people this year.  In 2 years, 50% of their workforce will possess less than 5 years experience.  That means lots of retirement parties and orientation

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Happy St. Patricks Day

There once was a man from Dublin,whose marriage was a bit troubln’,to Kansas City he traveled, feeling his world had unraveled,danced in a parade with no rain,kissed every girl with no shame,had the time of his life,even found a new wife,and

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