Tag Archives: Abundance Thinking

Why It’s Better to Finish 3rd Instead of 2nd

Quick question: Who’s happier when standing on the podium during the Olympics? The person who won the silver medal or the person who won the bronze medal? You might be surprised by the answer to this question and the reason … Continue reading

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“Help me help you!”: How to help your leader

Remember the famous scene from Jerry MaGuire when Jerry is on his knees begging Rod Tidwell to “Help me help you!” in response to his “show me the money” tirade? Well, this applies to leaders because we all need others … Continue reading

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What the Germans teach us about prioritization

There is one leadership mistake I see happen often that renders a leader ineffective. As a leader, we are responsible to make key decisions. It comes with the territory. These could be decisions related to directional or strategic decisions or … Continue reading

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Go ahead and quit! It’s easier

In just over a week I am running a half marathon. Admittedly, I am not very fond of running long distances, so I’ve been training for weeks and have learned this is not a race for the faint of heart. … Continue reading

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How to keep your name off the “fire” list

Ever wonder how to keep your name on the “keep” list and off the “do not keep” list in your organization? I’m not suggesting these lists exist, although I know they do in some organizations and in some scenarios, but … Continue reading

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Be an “Abundance” Thinker

One of the key attributes we are looking to instill in our organizational culture is an abundance mentality. This type of thinking aligns with many of our core values and is an important key to the achievement of our organizational mission and vision.

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