Monthly Archives: December 2016

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Why This Company Only Holds Meetings One Day A Week

I asked seven billionaires to give me their No. 1 piece of advice for productivity and time management. To my surprise, many referenced the evils of...
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How To Deal With Other People’s Emotional Baggage

Have you ever walked away from a conversation with a co-worker or family member shaking your head and wondering, “Where did that come from?” In...
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4 Ways To Improve Your Open Door Policy

In part one of this two-part article, I explained why successful leaders don’t have an open door policy (i.e., the practice of leaving their office doors...
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A UPS Drivers Secrets To Employee Engagement

Does your team lack cohesion? Do you often ask yourself if your employees are even taking you seriously? Would you like to transform your “me”...
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It’s Time You Close Your Open Door Policy

What if one of the most widely revered management practices was completely wrong? Is it possible that the “open door policy” is harmful to...
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Book Review: Online Marketing For Busy Authors

I know firsthand that there has never been a better time to be an author. With traditional publishers, I’ve hit all the bestseller lists and...
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How To Deal With The Unexpected In Your Day

Dear Kevin, I have begun listening to your podcast recently, and I particularly liked your episode about not using to-do lists and instead, scheduling your...
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My $25,000 Challenge to Sir Richard Branson

What do you do when Sir Richard Branson calls you out publicly on his blog? You challenge him to a $25,000 wager for charity, of course! Last...
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5 Tips For Confrontation Conversations

Would you like a powerful and lasting way to create fierce loyalty in any group setting? Do you want a master key to the...
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