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We all fail, but great leaders learn from it and "fail forward." How can you get better (and learn) from "failing forward?"
All of us self-sabotage from time to time. But we need to stop doing it. Instead, look to others and clarify your values.
Assumptions are just lies that we tell ourselves. Leaders should ask more questions in order to stop assuming.
Being Bold is an essential trait of leadership. It does not mean cocky...or arrogant...or selfish. So what does it mean to be Bold?
With all the decisions leaders are making around mask mandates and remote work, there is no better time to exhibit this philosophy.
This phrase can both motivate and demotivate. Mike and I talk about these best times and ways to use this phrase.
Sheryl Sandberg once said that "Done is better than perfect." How can we use this concept to keep ourselves motivated?
We need more variety at work, at home, and in life to keep us motivated and inspired. Here are some ways to add variety!
Hometown Takeover (HGTV) in Wetumpka, AL, taught us that we can motivate others with freshness, friendliness, and teamwork!
Vacations can motivate us by improving our health, increasing our creativity, and providing value for the destinations where we travel.
As we approach summer in our post-pandemic world, now is the time to try something new. It could really motivate you!
We make so many decisions every day. How can we overcome the decision-making fatigue that occurs at the end of the day?
While the Academy Awards are great for Hollywood, we all could use some awards for our hard work. Pete shares the "how" and "when" to giving yourself a reward.
If you are struggling with motivating yourself towards your fitness goals, try changing your words, rewarding yourself, and making a verbal or written commitment.
Many folks lost homes and loved ones during the most recent tornados. What should we, as leaders, do to help and motivate those affected?
COVID-19 has negatively affected millions with loss of health, life, and jobs. So what have we learned as leaders this past year that keep us moving forward?
Love it or hate it, Daylight Savings Time (DST) exists for most of us. What are some positive factors of DST that can motivate us?
How can you use some of these idioms that include the word "March" to motivate, lead and inspire?
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