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Encouragement, Flattery and Trusting Teams: Part 3, The Leaders Role

The responsibility to cultivate trust also involves guarding against toxic leadership. Toxic behavior erodes trust faster than any external factor.

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What Kind of Impact Are We Making?

Introducing the Legacy Builder Series It’s a typical weekday night. The clock says 4:45pm and I am hustling in the kitchen. The oven is cranked up to 400°F ready to roast tonight’s cauliflower, though it’s not yet cut. The water on the stove is boiling, sending steam to the ceiling while the rinsed rice sits neglected next to the sink. I’m dicing raw chicken on th...

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Leave A Legacy & Be A History Maker

My family and I recently toured Washington DC. We saw some amazing things like the Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial, The White House, United States Capital, Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Museum of the Bible and Arlington Cemetery. Did I mention that was all done in 2 days? My wife is super star planner. So many emotions were felt as we visited each one. However, the prou...

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Stick To The Facts Not The Feelings

Since I was a little boy, I have often allowed my feelings to be the main driver for my actions. I remember once in elementary school during recess when my feelings drove my actions. We were having a good time playing when another kid came running up to us, and said, “Trisha is in trouble!” Without hesitation, I took off without knowing any further details. In my mind, I was going t...

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The Power of Human Connection Is Real

Have you ever had a friend, coworker, or a long-time contact reach out to you and say “It’s been a long time! I’m checking in to see how you are doing. Let’s catch up!” If you have, wasn’t that the best feeling? I had two people do that for me recently, and it made me feel so good. Why? As people we were created to have relationships with othe...

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Pick A Word For 2023 & Stick With It

It was several years ago when Steve Scherer introduced the concept of picking a word for the new year. This word would be something you could reference throughout the year. I was shocked how much it meant to me that first year and every year since. You can create goals that help make this word be a success throughout the year. It has encouraged me to see progress made monthly in many areas of m...

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Surprise Your Team & Bring The Joy!

I love making people smile with surprises! Over the years I have found that I can do the same thing with my employees at work. When is it a good time to do a surprise for your team? ANYTIME! 😊 I am writing this blog because I think this is a perfect time to bring a surprise to your people. Most people are coming back after the holidays with a little hesitation. It’s not because t...

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Choosing Joy Is Not Easy During Stressful Times

I grew up attending church, Sunday School and Vacation Bible School from preschool to eighth grade. It truly gave me a foundation that I am still using today. One of my favorite songs we would sing in elementary school was “I Got the Joy, Joy, Joy, Joy (Down in My Heart)”. It was a fun and catchy song for the kids and adults. We would get louder as we sang the lyrics “Down in...

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How to Follow, Rate & Review Podcasts in Apple Podcast App

"Make sure to follow us...and don't forget to rate and review our show". Here's how. 1. Click into the podcast app or on the show you're currently listening to 2. Find plus sign in the upper right-hand corner, click it 2a. Now you're following and the show, every new episode will be in your feed automatically 3. Scroll down while in the show to see all e...

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How To Build Trust - Demonstrate Humility, Go First, Check Motives

There’s a ditch on either side of these conversations ahead of you. On one side, there’s the ditch of your selfish motives. And on the other side are your unrealistic expectations.

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