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26
Jun

Let “Hamilton” teach you how to Fail Forward.

Last Week, Leslie Odom Jr. won the 2016 Tony Award for best actor in a musical. His portrayal of Aaron Burr in the Smash hit, Hamilton, has won him immense acclaim for his performance. Not only is Leslie an amazing actor, but his singing and dancing is phenomenal. But Leslie was not always as successful […]

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06
Jun

How Muhammad Ali taught us emotional toughness

A true legend and icon of sport passed this week. Muhammad Ali was not only champion of the boxing world, but also he was a world champion activist. He stood up for his beliefs with action. Ali also loved to recite poetry and was beloved for his wit. He was an inspiration to millions when […]

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06
May

The Secret to Influence-ALPS

Communication is the soul of selling. Great communicators have the power of influence with their message. The good news is that science has discovered key tools of influence so that you could possess this power with the right words at the right time. Robert Cialdini is one of the foremost experts in the science of […]

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10
Apr

Find Serenity like Rob Lowe

Most books come with the slight hope that a few parts will be worthy of your time. Rob Lowes’ “The stories I only tell my friends: An autobiography” makes your time pass so quickly because it is both an entertaining and informative gem. Rob Lowe starts the book with a story of John F. Kennedy […]

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22
Feb

Embrace Feedback Like Harper Lee

Do you value constructive criticism? Do you see feedback as a growth opportunity? Luckily for us, Harper Lee did. With her passing this month, many poignant stories are being retold in the media. One that intrigued me was her positive take with constructive criticism. When Harper Lee sold her first manuscript, Set a Watchman, the […]

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09
Feb

Be mentally prepared like Peyton Manning

The 50th Super Bowl is in the books, and like a good Hollywood script, the winning quarterback will eventually be a hall-of-famer. Peyton Manning has never been the fastest quarterback, or had a fantastic arm. But he did what all successful people do in every field. Peyton Manning prepared mentally for every game. He is […]

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31
Jan

Get Emotionally Tough when the squeeze is on!

What is the “One Thing” that helps you to perform at your very best under pressure? As I travel the country speaking to businesses about emotional toughness, I continually get this “one thing” question. Some people want the easy answer, but there are no easy answers to this essential question. However, in all my consulting […]

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15
Jan

Free-On line Emotional Toughness Training course

Happy New Year Everyone, I created an emotional toughness training MOOC (Massive online open course). It is free and on-line so I wanted to let you know if you wanted to enroll. Yes–FREE. Here is the log in; https://www.canvas.net/ Type in Emotional Toughness Training to get to course, There are many videos, articles and applied […]

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14
Jan

Are you still sticking with your New Year’s resolutions?

The time has arrived. It is a new year and time to set those desired goals for 2016. To lose that extra 10 pounds or to increase your list of clients by 10%. The New Year prompts us to be a goal setter. But did you reach your goals in 2015? If the answer is […]

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28
Dec

Awaken the Force Within

The new Star Wars movie, The Force Awakens, is astronomical in terms of its praise and financial success. The Star Wars saga appeals to us in so many ways. Some enjoy the sci-fi aspect and imagine how our lives will be in the future. Others enjoy the cutting-edge special effects. From the start of this […]

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