4 Simple Rules for Effective Delegation

Delegation is essential to successfully and sustainably scale your business. If you’ve struggled with delegation in the past, no worries. You can vastly improve your delegation by following these four simple rules that Michael and Megan use every day.

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Organizations Must Commit to Find and Grow Leaders

This is a guest post by Joe Caruso. Joe is one of the first people ever cured of metastasized testicular cancer. After beating cancer, he founded Caruso Leadership, a firm dedicated to helping others achieve their goals. He also wrote The Power of Losing Control Commit to Find and Grow Leaders A case for more […]

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3 Questions to Help Find Your Flow

Over the last couple of years, I have transitioned this blog from something I write for others to something I write for myself. It is not that I am not trying to provide value for others but that I feel I give the best value when I share the things that are either I am […]

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3 Truths to Change How You Experience Stress
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3 Positive Ways to Overcome Negative Attitudes at Work

Overcome Negative Attitudes at Work An ongoing bad attitude can decrease your opportunities, your health, and your coworkers’ chances for success. Learn how to escape the negativity trap. Mark Twain famously said, “Don’t walk away from negative people…run!” But while that may be reasonable advice for our personal lives, it’s often not going to be […]

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How Compassionate Leaders Captivate Hearts and Deliver Results

Unprecedented and Constant Change Leaders today are facing unprecedented uncertainty and constant change. A pandemic, fast-changing technologies, global competition, the Great Resignation, and shifting leadership demands. The Double Bottom Line shares proven strategies to both put people first and deliver results. Donato J. Tramuto argues that successful leaders practice compassionate leadership by showing numerous firsthand […]

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5 Arguments Against “Innovation in Education” and How You Might Respond

In this month’s post “revisit” I look back at my blog titled, “5 Arguments Against Innovation in Education and How You Might Respond” which was initially published in February 2017. I wanted to revisit it today to see how much a) these points mattered during the blur of the last 2(ish?!!?) years and b) how […]

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Redefine Career Development and Help Employees Thrive

Promotions are So Yesterday Continuing instability within the workforce (the Great Resignation that we hear about daily) has re-ignited the war for talent. Organizations and leaders everywhere are challenging themselves to find ways to engage and retain employees. Julie Winkle Giulioni offers a framework for doing just this in her new book, Promotions Are So […]

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25 Simple Ways to Celebrate Earth Day

Celebrate Earth Day   “The earth has music for those who listen.”-William Shakespeare     Watching and reading the news can increase our tension and stress. We see so much that fills our mind with worry. We see divides between people, between countries, and between ideas. But there is far more that brings us together […]

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4 Questions to Ask in Every Season of Life

God has wired me in such a way that I like to watch things grow. He’s given me a passion for gardening. And every gardener knows that if you don’t have changes in seasons, your plants will not make it. You need seasonal changes in order for plants to grow.   The same is true in […]

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