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The Franklin Effect

In his recent blog post, Marshall Goldsmith, speaks with Dr. Steven Berglas about the Franklin Effect. Berglas tells the story of Ben Franklin and his relationship with a powerful individual “who was negatively disposed to him.” “Instead of ingratiating the … Continue reading

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The Questions We Ask Ourselves … Do They Drive Action?

In his recent blog post, 6 Questions That Will Set You Up to Be Super Successful, Marshall Goldsmith writes:  “When it comes to self-reflection, asking yourself active questions rather than passive questions changes the focus of your answers – and empowers you to make … Continue reading

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The Questions We Ask Ourselves … Do They Drive Action?

In his recent blog post, 6 Questions That Will Set You Up to Be Super Successful, Marshall Goldsmith writes: “When it comes to self-reflection, asking yourself active questions rather than passive questions changes the focus of your answers – and empowers you to make … Continue reading

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Feedback – the Key to Knowing What We Don’t Know

Feedback is the growth food of great leaders.  Ken Blanchard, management expert and author, said: “It is the breakfast of champions.” It is the food that nourishes change. It is the key that unlocks the door to the dark closet … Continue reading

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Finding Here from There

Marshall Goldsmith, management author, in his book, What Got You Here Won’t Get You There, writes: “Imagine you’re 95 years old and ready to die.  Before taking your last breath, you’re give a great gift; The ability to travel back … Continue reading

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