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The Power of Being Humble, Hungry, and Teachable

Over the years of building ourselves and our life, we’ve learned what kind of attitudes and actions have held us back and what kind of attitudes and actions have helped us progress. In the beginning of our journey, to improve the results in all areas of our life, we definitely stumbled a bit. We were not very teachable, and because

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ANALYZE – BUDGET – GROW

Let’s talk about a very important subject: money. Of course, money isn’t the most important thing in the world, but if you think about it the most important things in life take a lot of money. So if one can learn to be better with their money and let their money work for them, they

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How to Master Productive Communication in Different Types of Relationships

Many leadership and self-help books mention that relationships rise or fall based on communication. When you’re communicating well, things seem to go better than they do when you’re communicating poorly. Therefore, all interpersonal connections, whether personal or professional, can benefit from improved communication skills. Here are a few tips to help you master communication with

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Characteristics of a Good Leader

As we were rising up in life and in business, we were encouraged to be students of people, communication, and success. We began to focus on interpersonal skills, which included both personal and situational awareness. Personal awareness means that you are intentionally tuned in to the way you are coming across to others. Situational awareness

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How To Overcome Your Excuses For Giving Up

We all know how easy it is to talk ourselves out of plans that seem a little too risky, a bit too scary, or maybe just downright impossible. Instead of pushing through the moments when we feel lost confused, and discouraged, it’s easier to convince ourselves that we had our sights set a little too

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What Makes a Remarkable Leader?

What makes a remarkable leader? And, on the flipside, what makes a leader remarkable? The answer to these two inverted questions is really quite simple. It all comes down to three basic factors that almost all remarkable leaders have in common—and those factors are what makes them truly remarkable. The three factors that make remarkable