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“Tell me what you do with your day and I’ll tell you who you are.” Does the day you got up to this morning–make sense to you now that you’re into it? Is your day getting you to where you want to be–or are you being dragged down a raging river of events with the current so strong you can just hold on?
Are Male/Female Gender Differences Often Really Personality Type Differences?
I’m probably one of the few people you know who puts business at the top of my Thanksgiving 2018 gratitude list. Business has been my lifelong opportunity to earn, grow, and to improve my life.
Why do people so often respond to change with resistance, negativity, and disruptive behavior? Why do they often resist…even when the change offers a potentially positive outcome for the business?
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?
Executive coaching can be a key factor in your success. Eric Schmidt, former Google CEO, in his recent book, “How Google Works,” recounts how Google values executive coaching for one of the largest groups of brainiacs on the planet. Outstanding talent values coaching just as would any professional sports star. Coaching can be remedial, to correct executive missteps, but the most powerful and effective coaching is for people on their way to succeed. There has been a steady rise in in the last decade in the[…]
Austin Chief of Police Art Acevedo to be Master of Ceremonies at “Raise the Hope!”,Dream Come True Foundation Fundraiser/Auction, Allan House, 1104 San Antonio Street, September 19th, 2013 Austin Police Chief Art Acevedo will be the master of ceremonies for “Raise the Hope!,” a fundraiser for the Austin-based Dream Come True Foundation. The event will be held at the Allan House, 1104 San Antonio Street September 19th, 2013, beginning at 6:00 pm, with the program beginning at 7:00 pm. Acevedo, often referred to as “Austin’s top cop,”[…]