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The Simple Phrase that Increases Effort 40%

Every effective leader and coach knows that there's no moment more important than the moment feedback is delivered. When you perform this important process correctly,  the learner takes a step forward. Do it poorly, and the reverse happens. Daniel Coyle asks this great question, "What’s the secret of great feedback?" Coyle says "we instinctively think that effective feedback is about the quality of the information — telling the learner to do this and not that. But is this true, or is there something else going on?" Leading psychologists from leading institutions including Stanford, Yale and Columbia addressed this same question. They had ...

The Pygmalion Effect: Believing is Seeing

Thank to books like Bill Hybels’ Holy Discontent, Michael Hyatt’s Creating Your Personal Life Plan, Andy Stanley’s Visioneering, I’ve been spending more time thinking about my mission and vision in life. What I love about reading these books is that it enables me to take a step back from my hectic life and see things from a 30,000 foot view. This new vantage point literally changes how I live life. Throughout this year, I've gone through several iterations articulating my mission statement in life. The first mission statement was something around the lines of “To give my utmost glory to God by serving, equipping, transforming people and ...