Lead With Joy: How To Have More Impact While Loving What You Do

Editor’s Note:  This is a guest post by Sabina Nawaz posted at Abelio is the CMO of a US Fortune 500 company. When his sister was diagnosed with a serious illness, Abelio decided to relocate to Colombia to help her. He had the full support of his CEO and his team for the move. But managing an organization, dealing with his peers and customers across international borders and managing his mostly US-based team remotely...

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The 7 Habits of Incredibly Smart People

Incredibly smart people aren’t always born that way, but rather are constantly working to improve their intelligence. Here are 7 ways that you can get smart fast in a great post from From the time you were little, your parents told you to be smart. Most people want to consider themselves smart; certainly no one likes to feel stupid. But sadly, it’s difficult to determine if you were acting smart in a given situation...

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Watch the Game Film

 by Terry Gault This piece from FastCompany magazine highlights a practice we’ve been using since our inception: videotaping our clients. Whether you are being coached on your listening, presentation, or dialogue/questioning skills, being able to see and hear exactly how you come across and to hear precisely what you did and did not say, is critical. The use of video often results in some of the most powerful feedback you will ever receive on your...

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Focus on One Thing

Editor’s Note:  This is a guest post by Robert Graham, GrahamComm Becoming a much better speaker is simple. It’s not easy, but it is simple. That’s why people are amazed at the progress they make during a one or two-day presentation workshop. They key is to focus on one thing. Many people think that you are either born a gifted speaker, or you’re hopeless. But my job in helping people become more confident and effective speakers is...

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