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Why September is the New January

I don’t know where this type of comparison phrase originated, or even why it has become so popular; but it certainly has. And you have heard it many times: Breakfast is the new lunch. YouTube is the new TV. Sitting is the new smoking. I’ve got a new one for you today. September is the […]

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Making Email Work for You

I officially joined the workforce as PCs were becoming the norm. While there are many things that have changed about work over that span, the single biggest change to the work and workday of people has been the advent of, proliferation of, and reliance on . . . email. Email has become a pervasive part […]

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The Leader’s Role in Motivation with Susan Fowler

In today’s episode, I’m talking with Susan Fowler, who is the author of various by-lined articles, peer-reviewed research, and six books, including the bestselling Self Leadership and the One Minute Manager with Ken Blanchard. In her new best-seller, Why Motivating People Doesn’t Work…and What Does, she applies psychological discoveries that lay out a successful, research-based […]

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Remarkable TV: On the Art of Asking

A conversation obviously requires two participants, but there are a few tips that you can employ to improve your chances of having a better, more effective and more interesting conversation. Check them out in today’s video! Tweet it out: If you want to master the art of conversation, start with the art of questions. @KevinEikenberry […]

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