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Mindfulness and the Business of Change

A parent, guardian or other familial caregiver might have provided your first instruction in mindfulness: Mind your manners! Or, often with more raw emotion, a third-grade playmate, shouting: Mind your own business! before stomping off in a huff. A less … Continue reading

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Leaders are Learners

I and others (Forbes, HBR) have suggested that leaders are readers. Yes, reading can expose us to a world of thought, ideas, and findings that are often condensed, carefully crafted, well organized, and sometimes documented with references to supporting research … Continue reading

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Speak? Easy!

I don’t have time to prepare and practice my presentation! Have you ever felt that way?  I have. That is, I used to until I learned and practiced some tips on preparing a speech. Here are five powerful practices that … Continue reading

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Learning, Memory, and Imagination

Experts seem to be everywhere.  How does one become expert, or a more expert expert? Here are two conventional definitions of “expert”: Expert adj. : having, involving, or displaying special skill or knowledge derived from training or experience Expert n. … Continue reading

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