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Becoming Your Best: The 12 Principles of Highly Successful Leaders

Steven Shallenberger's book is an excellent read for everyone who wants to become the best they can be.  The 12 concepts are summarized into 3 key ideas:   
  • Transform Your Leadership and Management
  • High Performance Teams and Solid Relationships.
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My Shovel

We all have stories that in a few words, say a lot about who we really are. Individuals and companies often have stories that become legends and help to convey the vision and values that are important to them. Stories can be the easiest way in fact to convey values.

I just thought of a short one for myself while shoveling snow today and thought this might help you all in 2 ways: (1) What is a good story you can tell about yourself or your company that summarizes some of...

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Insights From Neuroscience Can Improve Our Marketing

Here are the top insights to help you make better products and services, plus numerous ideas from neuromarketing, for a sales bonanza this year.

Top Neuromarketing Appetizers.

Priming Spending money can be painful. Brain scans of people buying experimental stuff with experimental money, shows physical pain centers being activated by perceptions of poor value items. Price is a big part of this of course, but perception is even...

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Three Powerful Principles to Improve Your Personal Effectiveness and Leadership


Focus, Relationships, and Productive Habits can have profound effects.

Here is a quick overview of some of our most popular posts on these powerful principles.



Are you Focused on What matters Most?  Can you follow the 3 Rules for Exceptional Business Performance? Are you aware of What the Time Management Gurus Say?  Clear and simple advice is often the best.  If you feel having a clear focus may help you, please read these posts for some...

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16 Rich Habits - and the PBC Challenge

Rich Habits by Thomas Corley

Over the course of 5 years, author Thomas Corley observed  233 wealthy people and 128 people living in poverty and developed a list of 16 habits that defined their differences. Here they are in brief: 1) Live within your means. 2) Don't gamble. 3) Read every day, stuff that adds to your knowledge. 4) Limit TV and Internet time. 5) Control your emotions, especially fear. 6) Network and volunteer regularly. 7) Be a star at work and business, give extra. 8) Set goals, not...

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