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Energy, Not Time, Is the Fundamental Currency of High Performance

In their book, The Power of Full Engagement, Jim Loehr and Tony Schwartz remind great leaders about the power of energy in living a life of purpose and success. The following statement brings surgical focus to their message: “Energy, not … Continue reading

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There Are No Ordinary Moments

In Dan Millman’s book, The Way of the Peaceful Warrior, he tells his personal journey of self-discovery.  One of his great learnings happened by accident following one of his t’ai chi practices.  During his exercise, his motions were fluid and … Continue reading

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On Time and Energy

In their book, The Power of Full Engagement, James E. Loehr and Tony Schwartz share their thoughts with great leaders about how to achieve their optimal levels of performance. One fact at the heart of their teaching is the belief … Continue reading

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The Ride of Your Life

In his book, The Energy Bus, Jon Gordon shares his thoughts on ten rules he suggests that great leaders should follow to bring energy to their life, work and those whom they serve. In these rules, we find the call for personal ownership, … Continue reading

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The Law of Expansion

In his book, The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth, John Maxwell shares his Law of Expansion – how great leaders increase their thinking capacity and their capacity for action, how they grow and learn to stretch their limits. He begins … Continue reading

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Everything Matters

Manual Lima, in his TED Talk, A Visual History of Human Knowledge, concludes his presentation with a quote from Bruce Mau’s book, Massive Change: “When everything is connected to everything else, for better or for worse, everything matters.” Great leaders value the power of connectivity. … Continue reading

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The Law of Expansion

In his book, The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth, John Maxwell shares his Law of Expansion. Quoting Robert J. Kriegel and Louis Patler from their book, If It Ain’t Broke … Break It: “We don’t have a clue as to what … Continue reading

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The Only Difference That Really Matters

“The major difference between high achievers and average folks has nothing to do with education or talent, gender or genetics or luck” writes Philip Humbert, leadership author and coach. “The only difference that really matters in terms of results and … Continue reading

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Hope

In his new book, Sometimes You Win, Sometimes You Learn, John Maxwell writes about the importance of hope: “Hope is a beautiful thing. It shines brightest when the hour is darkest. Hope sings when all melodies are gone. It believes … Continue reading

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Life Is a Do-It-Yourself Campaign

In his recent article, The Key to Enlightened Selfishness, Phillip Humbert, leadership guru and motivator, writes:  “In the end, life is a do-it-yourself, for yourself (and for your loved ones) campaign.” He speaks of the hardships each generation endured, and … Continue reading

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