Why Avoiding Blame And Playing The Victim Kills Growth

Life can be a challenge sometimes. You feel like you are doing everything in your power to improve your life, but still, something falls through; pulling the rug from under you. Having this happen only once or twice, you can easily slough it off as a random event. But when those challenges outnumber your successes, […]

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How Acting As-If Is Invaluable For Your Confidence And Professional Growth

I recently read this article written by Thomas Edwards, in which he discusses how the “fake it ’til you make it” phrase is pretty much garbage. While I understand some of the sentiments, I think it would be good to talk about where this phrase comes from, and why it works to improve your confidence.  The Edwards starts […]

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How To Get Practical Leadership Advice From Marriage Therapy

We hear people joke that they are married to their job. They spend nearly all of their time at work or working from home, and think of little else outside of their duties. We may laugh at the concept of being betrothed to your place of employment, but there is some truth to the intimacy […]

Podcast

Inspiring Words: Tom Henschel’s Podcast ‘Look and Sound of Leadership’

So far we have brought recommendations for speakers, Ted Talks, and a few great reads. I hope they have been insightful and have helped you improve your outlook and passion for what you do. This week I wanted to shift away from literature and bring in a podcast recommendation for all of you. I listen to […]