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How to Take a Direct Approach without Disrespect

Last month I taught another webinar through the American Staffing Association on dealing with difficult people. Many times the Q&A is my favorite part of teaching, and I received...
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Courageous Complaining

Are you a courageous or a cowardly complainer? Have you ever had someone get upset with you but instead of telling you, they told someone else – or everyone...
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What do you stand for?

Taking a stand for what’s right takes courage. If you just go along to get along, well then, you’re really not taking a stand. Taking a stand means believing...
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Change of Plans

Have you ever made plans for yourself, for your future, only to see them not work out as you planned? My husband, Keven, is a planner. He is great...
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Are You Learning From Your Bad Decisions? 5 Questions to Ask.

“When you start wiping out your history, sanitizing your history to make you feel better, it’s a bad thing.” – Condoleezza Rice We do that in business and in...
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The POTUS Doesn’t Determine Your Potential

Hey Girlfriends! Today, I wanted to speak to all my sisters out there, both young and old. If you’re a guy, keep reading as I’m sure you’ll learn something,...
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What Frightens You?

With Halloween here and the election upon us I thought fright might be a great topic to dig into today. Everybody is fearful about something. To those of you...
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Giving Forgiveness

Who do you need to forgive? I don’t mean just saying, “I’m over it.” I mean real forgiveness. Who changes your heart for the worse when you think of...
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How Your Insecurities Affect Your Leadership

I don’t know anyone who’d say they’d want to work for an insecure leader, but how many of us would admit to struggling with our own insecurities… Insecure in...
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Self-Sufficiency Can Be a Hazardous Leadership Trait

Self-sufficiency is something we hold high in our society, and it starts at a young age. As parents, we celebrate each little milestone our children make toward self-sufficiency, from...
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