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Being a Leader Is Overrated: Find Your Unique Superpower
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Having interviewed hundreds of candidates, I heard similar patterns when it came to career goals. Many people talked about wanting to be leaders or managers when talking about future aspirations, yet when asked why, the answers were pretty disappointing. Most people responded with a general view that they’d just like to be some kind of […]

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Competitive Greatness Isn’t About Winning
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Comments View the discussion thread. The top block on Coach Wooden’s Pyramid of Success, Competitive Greatness, is defined as, “Be at your best when your best is needed. Enjoyment of a difficult challenge.” Coach never mentioned being competitive in association with winning or being a great competitor in association with being a winner. For John […]

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6 Qualities of Wildly Successful People
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These are the traits of master achievers. Do you have what it takes to get to the top? Do you want to be successful? If you think the way the most successful people think and adopt the same habits they have, you can be. But what makes someone a master achiever? Here are six characteristics: […]

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5 Powerful Ways to Become Your Best Self
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The biggest obstacles facing every entrepreneur are within.

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How to Live a Happier Life: 3 Quick Things You Can Do Today
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“Very little is needed to make a happy life; it is all within yourself, in your way of thinking.” Marcus Aurelius Antoninus “If you want happiness for an hour — take a nap.’ If you want happiness for a day — go fishing. If you want happiness for a year — inherit a fortune. If […]

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How to Harness the Creative Power of Constructive Conflict
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Conflict is everywhere. There always seems to be an argument about politics, religion, or generational gaps on social media and late night television. What if these disagreements could be productive?  On social media and late night television we see never-ending arguments about politics, religion, or generational gaps. What if these disagreements were productive? Conflict is […]

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Conflict Is Unexpectedly Good for You
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Conflict is everywhere we turn. There always seems to be an argument about politics, religion, or generational gaps on social media and late night television. What if these disagreements could be productive? America was founded on combining old ways of thinking and producing something new. Conflict is necessary for creativity and development; however, it has […]

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Why I Have a Morning Routine and How It Makes Me Sharper Every Day
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Hal Elrod, author of The Miracle Morning, remarked that approximately 95% of our society settles for less than what they want in life. In fact, Elrod hit rock bottom after a tragic car accident. Then one morning he decided to go for a run and listen to a podcast and he was hooked. Once he […]

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Growing Old Is Easy, Growing up Is Painful
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Ever since we have been able to think, we’ve been looking towards the future. We imagine how we will look when we grow up, the sort of people we are going to become. Without even knowing it, we set these expectations for ourselves because everything seems possible. From a young age we hear time and […]

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