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The Difference Maker

Attitude – It’s a Choice!

As I shared in my last post, one of the teachings from John that has caused me to grow the most is How to be a REAL Success.  Previously I wrote on Relationship principles that I’ve learned from John over my career working with him.  Today I’ll share on the A in REAL – Attitude.…

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Sooner or Later?

Sports teams at the University of Oklahoma are known as the Sooners, one of strangest nicknames in collegiate athletics. The story of how their peculiar nickname originated highlights a key ingredient to success in leadership: initiative. In 1889, the U.S. government agreed to open up public lands in Oklahoma to aspiring homesteaders. Anyone who agreed…

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A Leader’s Need for Humility

When people talk about leadership, they don’t use the word “humility” very often. More likely, they describe a leader as strong or focused or ambitious. They would probably say the leader is confident or assertive. “Humble” may not ever come up, and if it does, it might not be used as a compliment. But I…

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More books … at your request

In response to your suggestions for future books, I described in my last post how some questions could actually be answered by already-published books. Next month, we’re going to talk about my next book (the one that comes out next spring). But before we do, here are some other published books and some of your…

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Leadership answers; no waiting!

Three weeks ago, here and on Twitter I sought your input on books that you’d like to see from me in the future. Within minutes, the comments here and the replies on Twitter came pouring in. And when we finally compiled all of your responses, we had close to 30 pages of ideas. So many…

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