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New Years Resolutions & Leadership

Our guest today is Ron Price, an international business advisor, executive coach, speaker and author. Ron is the President of Price Associates, a global leadership firm. Ron has worked in 15 countries and served at almost every level of executive management over the past 35 years. Today he gives us some statistics on resolutions, why we make them, and what makes them fail. Ron also gives us some great tips for how to make successful resolutions in 2017.

The One-Hour-A-Day Fast Track to Goal Achievement

By Marelisa Fabrega

You can achieve all of your goals in just one-hour-a-day.

John Updike—the American novelist, poet, short story writer, and literary critic—, when asked what advice he had for writers just starting out, had the following to say: “Reserve an hour a day”. Here’s Updike in his own words:

Your Absolute Best

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By Brent Patmos, perpetualdevelopment.com

Recently, an experienced sales professional asked me to detail how she could go about thinking purposefully about whether or not she had delivered her absolute best to her customer. This is another one of those questions that’s simple and complex all at the same time. (SIMPLEX)

The Power of Assessments

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By Whit Mitchell

As a CEO, director or manager within your organization, what percent of your time each week, month, quarter, even year do you spend dealing with behavioral issues or communication problems?

How often do you drive home from work in a good mood, feeling content with your day? I’d be willing to bet that a satisfying day at work has more to do with the behaviors of those around you than it does with their skills. And the opposite is true when you’ve had a bad day. 

How To Be Taken Seriously As A Young Leader

By Justin Foster, Fast Company, July 2015

Young leaders (35 and under) possess self-confidence, drive, and creative thinking. Yet they often struggle with how to present themselves as leaders when working with leaders from older generations. Regardless of age, it’s important to cultivate what I call your Leadership Brand. It is a blend of self-worth, talent, value, and perception that is unique to each person, regardless of role or title.

From Underdog to Undefeated

A tribute video of 2011 NCAA wrestling champion Anthony Robles.

Anthony Robles (born July 20, 1988) is a wrestler who won the 2010-11 NCAA individual wrestling championship in the 125-pound weight class despite being born with only one leg. He is the author of the book Unstoppable: From Underdog to Undefeated: How I Became a Champion (Gotham Books), which went on-sale September 27, 2012.

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