Driving Next Level Success

Tuesday Report

Is Your Central Goal to Make the Boat Run Faster?

How Team New Zealand Beat the Powerful “Stars and Stripes” What determines the fastest sailing boat? And how did New Zealand win?

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Big Problem: Losing Signal Strength in Your Organization

You’ve been frustrated with poor communication strength. If you’ve taken a road trip in the United States lately you know how unpredictable cell phone service can be in this country. (Is cell phone reception as unpredictable in the country where you live?)

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The Ultimate Succeed/Fail List for Your Project Team

Business project teams, like sports teams, are as likely to fail as succeed. How do you avoid this? Follow the suggestions we’re offering, and you’ll increase the odds of succeeding greatly.

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Is it OK for Me to be Ambitious? —the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly About Ambition

On a scale of one to ten, how ambitious are you? Of the people around you, family, colleagues, and friends—who do you know who is not ambitious enough—and who is JUST TOO AMBITIOUS?

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Making the Workplace Work with Intergens

Intergenerational Teams—Boomers, Gen Xers, Millennials and iGens Making it Happen Together

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Dale Carnegie vs. Donald Trump. Is the Way People Talk to Each Other Changing?

Is Dale Carnegie “Friendly Me” Communication Out? Is Donald Trump “Fear Me” Communication in? Is Friendly in the Workplace on Life Support?

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Get out of the Way—the Train is Coming! When Personal Change is a Matter of Survival

Do you believe in change? You in fact really do believe in rapid, decisive and measurable change—to get out of the way of an oncoming train. Everyone alters their course each day as events of the day unfold.

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Delta Inc guided us through some mission-critical, challenging and complicated transitions in our company. They have a tremendous ability to build trust and establish credibility and confidence.

- Matt Chasen, Founder and CEO, uShip