Creative Tension Can Make You More Productive

Creative Tension? Or Tension Stress? A Time For Results Time Management Tip Many executives and futurists are saying that the world is experiencing another paradigm shift. A paradigm is a mental model of how we see the world and view reality. A paradigm shift

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Truett Cathy

Tribute to Truett Cathy

Truett Cathy’s Leadership Example A Charismatic Leadership Tip “I see no conflict between biblical principles and good business practice. Corporate America needs faith in something more than the bottom line.” – S. Truett Cathy, Founder/Chairman Chick-fil-A®, Inc. Picture used by permission from Chick-fil-A’s web site. On

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The Tiger Principle

The Tiger Principle

The Tiger Principle: Live in the Moment An iExpectSuccess Work Life Balance Tip Autumn always brings a nostalgic feeling as I remember back to the turning of the seasons and the fading of summer into fall in Southern Idaho where I grew up. One

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2 x 2 Focus Grid

The 2 x 2 Focus Grid

As you strive to be a charismatic leader and improve your stewardship in your company, studying the traits of well-known leaders is insightful. An important trait of the late Steve Jobs, co-founder of Apple Computers, was the focus he provided his employees. Jobs led

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TGIF

TGIF

Time Management Using Microsoft Outlook Another Friday and 99.9% of all employees in America are muttering under their breath or uttering the words to colleagues as they walk through the doors, “Thank God It’s Friday.” We omitted .1% because there are workaholics who think

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Savvy Leadership Acumen

Savvy Leadership Acumen

Savvy Leadership Acumen Karla Brandau presents at 24th Annual SHRM Atlanta Conference Atlanta, GA (April 4, 2014) – Be the leader people CHOOSE to follow with the principles taught by Karla Brandau in her presentation entitled Savvy Leadership Acumen at the annual SHRM Atlanta

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Christmas Card

$500.00 in a Christmas Card?

“Who would ever send $500.00 in twenty dollar bills through the mail?” wondered my friend, Debbie, who was amazed when she opened the bulging envelope with extra postage on it. Several weeks ago Debbie’s husband, Jeff, had been hard at work replacing a rotted

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Mental Toughness

Mental Toughness

This morning I read a post on Forbes.com that spoke to what mentally tough entrepreneurs DON’T do. You may not consider yourself an entrepreneur, but these 13 “never do” points originally compiled by Amy Morin, a psychotherapist and licensed clinical social worker originally shared in

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