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6 Characteristics of Leaders Who Finish Well

December 19, 2014 1 Comment
6 Characteristics of Leaders Who Finish Well

“Time flies!” With only two weeks left of 2014, these two words seem to be the most popular expressions around this season. Now, let’s do a post-mortem for this year. How was 2014 for you? To be more precise, how did you fare in relation to your New Years Goals you set earlier in the […]

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The Science of Blogging: How to Build a Tribe and Get Over 1000+ Visitors/ Day

December 17, 2014 11 Comments
The Science of Blogging: How to Build a Tribe and Get Over 1000+ Visitors/ Day

Blogging is both an art and science. Over the last 3-4 years, I’ve blogged and experimented with my blog. Some experiments have failed, some have succeeded. In the last six months, I’ve seen explosive growth that has eclipsed the growth of the first three years combined. In this book, I’d like to share my perspective […]

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How to Pull Yourself Back from the Brink of Your Caffeine-Driven, Smart Phone-Addicted Life

December 5, 2014 8 Comments
How to Pull Yourself Back from the Brink of Your Caffeine-Driven, Smart Phone-Addicted Life

This is a guest post by Scott Eblin. Scott is an executive coach, speaker and author of two books, including his latest “Overworked and Overwhelmed: The Mindfulness Alternative”. To learn more about Scott and his work, visit his website eblingroup.com. You can also connect with Scott on Twitter: @ScottEblin. On a summer Sunday night four […]

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The 11 Most Thought-Provoking Books on Leadership of 2014

December 3, 2014 56 Comments
The 11 Most Thought-Provoking Books on Leadership of 2014

In a previous post, I provided a list of the year’s best business books every young professional should read.  In this post, I curated the most thought-provoking and innovative books published in 2014 that will help leaders turn their game around. I’ll be giving away a brand new copy of one of the books if […]

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5 Surprising Leadership Lessons in Light of Ferguson

December 2, 2014 11 Comments
5 Surprising Leadership Lessons in Light of Ferguson

This is a guest post by Chester Goad. Dr. Chester Goad is a university administrator and former US Congressional staffer. He is co-author of Tennessee’s “Dyslexia Is Real” law and author of, “Purple People Leader: How to Protect Unity, Release Politics, & Lead Everyone. He has been quoted in a variety of media outlets such […]

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Top 30 Leadership Tweets: November 2014 Compilation

November 30, 2014 3 Comments
Top 30 Leadership Tweets: November 2014 Compilation

So here’s my top 30 curated leadership tweets you might have missed in November 2014. The Definition of a Great Leader by @JosephLalonde How to Jumpstart Innovation by @SkipPrichard 50 of the World’s Top Leaders by @CharlesSpecht 11 Ways to be Humble by @SusanMazza 10 Reasons You Lose Gratitude and 16 Ways to Find It […]

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The Surprising Truth About Raising Great Leaders

November 26, 2014 13 Comments
The Surprising Truth About Raising Great Leaders

This is a guest post by Leilani, a homeschool graduate and a Florida native. She got married at a young age and delved quickly into raising children. What started with one child, has now, over the years, accumulated to 8 children. While her husband, Bryan, is a blue collar rube on a mission of running […]

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The Man Who Changed His Life After Reading His Obituary

November 24, 2014 18 Comments
The Man Who Changed His Life After Reading His Obituary

One morning in 1888, Alfred Nobel, inventor of dynamite, the man who had spent his life amassing a fortune from the manufacture and sale of weapons, awoke to read his own obituary. The obituary was printed as a result of a simple journalistic error. Alfred’s brother had died, and a French reporter carelessly reported the […]

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Meet 100 Hustlers Who Are Changing The World

November 19, 2014 47 Comments
Meet 100 Hustlers Who Are Changing The World

“Hustle isn’t just doing the things you love all the time. Hustle is doing the things you don’t enjoy sometimes to earn the right to do the things you love” – Jon Acuff Would you believe that there existed a “secret” online community that has been my number one source of inspiration? A little over […]

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10 Ravi Zacharias Quotes That Will Shape Your Faith

November 19, 2014 7 Comments
10 Ravi Zacharias Quotes That Will Shape Your Faith

If you know me well, you’d probably heard me quote profusely from this man. Or, you’ve seen me talk in great length about his teachings with great intensity and passion. Yes, this man is one of the top five people who has made a profound, life-changing impact in my life. He is affectionally known as the […]

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