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Where Do Your Beliefs Come From?

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As a leader and as a citizen of your community, country and the world, it’s imperative to examine the source of your beliefs before coming to conclusions. For three suggestions on how, read my SmartBrief blog  »  Read More

The Myth of Low Energy

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One of the most popular theories promoted by executive coaches and other well-intentioned advise-givers is at best, misleading and at worst, preventing you from generating the positive energy you desperately need right now. Learn more  »  Read More

Dispelling the Myth of Laziness

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Do you believe this statement is true or false?  The reason inequality exists is because some types of people are basically lazy. If you believe this statement is true, I hope you’ll consider recent revelations from motivation science before landing on what you choose to believe. Learn more  »  Read More

Why Return to Normal? How to Capitalize on Lessons Learned

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Changes inspired by holding on for dear life in a world turned upside may be worth keeping, according to recent reports. But how do leaders evaluate what practices to keep and what’s just working in the moment? You can take lessons learned, backed by science, to transform to a workplace where people thrive—with sustained positive energy, results, trust as the by-product. Why return to normal when you can transition to something better than normal? Learn how  »  Read More

How to Evolve From Managing Time to Managing Energy

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You have ten things on your to-do list. How do you decide what to do first? You only have 24 hours in a day, after all. Millions of people have relied on the famous 4-quadrant Time-Management Matrix for decades. It’s about time the model got an upgrade with revelations from motivation science. See how you can evolve from time-management to energy-management in my SmartBrief on Leadership blog  »  Read More

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