Don’t let anyone steal your dreams!

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I’ve just returned from the 2013 Global Information Network Leadership Cruise to Nassau, and the overwhelming sentiment I’m coming away with is Kevin Trudeau’s oft-repeated phrase, “Don’t let anyone steal your dreams!”  First, don’t let your own mind steal your … Continued

Accountability makes a difference.

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“Accountable: subject to the obligation to report, explain, or justify something; responsible; answerable.”  Just the act of holding someone accountable can make a huge difference in their performance.  Example: I have a client who for over a month had promised … Continued

My 2012 Reading List

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Throughout the year my clients ask me, “Brad, what book would you recommend I read?”  And I always respond with “Well, that depends.  What are you trying to improve in your life?”  So I thought I’d end this year’s posts … Continued

How creative are you?

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From Brandon Burchard’s new book, The Charge: “The workplace’s sea change toward creativity has major implications for your work life.  The old social compact of ‘do your job well and you’ll keep it’ died in the early 1990s, when downsizing, optimizing, … Continued

Taking Risks

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Philosopher Elbert Hubbard said “The greatest mistake a man can make is to be afraid of making one.”  I understood that to mean that you’ve got to step outside your comfort zone and take risks.  Not reckless, stupid risks, but … Continued