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Principle #4: Free your mind from limiting thoughts

Many of us spend a significant amount of time living in an imaginary mental world created by limiting thoughts. Fortunately, we can free ourselves from these limiting thoughts when we use our own will to accept or reject the thoughts in our heads. The most productive tool I have as...

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Principle #3 How you do it is as important as what you do.

You’ve probably heard the refrain, “How you say it is just as important as what you say.” The same is true with how we go about our work. I consult with many organizations and businesses on how to improve employee performance, including how to set individual performance goals and how...

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Principle #2: Notice Patterns in Your Thoughts and Behavior

Have you ever heard yourself or others complain or make excuses about the same things over and over at work? As a leadership coach and management consultant, I often hear clients make repetitive assessments about their work environment. These assessments often reveal more about the client than they do about...

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Principle #1: Challenge Your Assumptions

We all make and carry with us a variety of assumptions about matters at work and the people with whom we work. We may question others’ motives, their willingness to listen to our ideas, or accept our offers. We may wonder if we can directly request things of others or...

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Plan & Prioritize

You worked too many hours this week and feel you didn’t get the most important things done or much done at all. You might have blamed this on your immediate supervisor, your employees, your clients, or your organization’s culture. Let’s break this down though and see if there is something...

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