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(#378) If Something Happens and No One Sees It, Does Anything Happen?


Quietly reaching out and forging a connection and creating change. On a recent visit to Cedar Key, Florida, my wife I stumbled upon a rusted sign nailed to the front of a dilapidated wood bungalow. On this site in 1897 … Continue reading

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(#303) Give Your All Stars the Spotlight


Find a way to let your colleagues share what they are proud of and how they do it. At times, the execution of appropriate recognition can move from the sublime to the ridiculous.  I remember years ago sitting in a … Continue reading

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(#167) Standout or Get Left Behind


What can you do this week to become the go-to person, the linchpin— the difference maker—in the lives of others, and by so doing, make a huge difference in your life? Last week I read (devoured) Seth Godin’s provocative book, … Continue reading

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(#128) What is Your Brand?


When it comes to branding ourselves obvious characteristics present themselves: How we dress; how we smile (or don’t); how we speak; how we look someone in the eye (or don’t). More than a decade ago I read a book by … Continue reading

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