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Complacency – How to Avoid the Silent Killer

We climb from the trenches to reach the top, and once we get there, we’re content with our achievements—but warning! Complacency will lead to extinction. Success is a wild and crazy rollercoaster, full of ups, downs, and unexpected turns. While … r

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7 Awesome Things You Can Do for Building Social-Confidence and Social-Leadership

The good thing is, if you do feel tired, exhausted or have raised levels of anxiousness in social interactions, there are ways to overcome this. However, to be clear there is no magic pill that makes you feel more confident in social situations (and I’m talking healthy substances, not drugs or alcohol!). r

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The 10 Traits of Outstanding Leadership

The real, and often misunderstood, job of a leader is simply this – to put people in a position to thrive. When people thrive – when they have a clear sense of purpose and are successful – they are using all their energy, achieving more and contributing fully. So how does a leader do this? Here are ten behaviors of outstanding leaders. See how you measure up. r

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12 Must Read Life Lessons From Jesus

In this secular world many people tend to forget that we are a triune being – spirit, soul and body, and that we need to tend each area that constitutes our life in order to live a full, balanced and successful life.

So let me introduce you to, in my opinion, the giant amongst mentors, taken from the most popular and best selling motivational book ever written. r

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The 5 Keys to Success

Someone once said, “The key to happiness is having dreams. The key to success is making your dreams’ come true.” Today I want to talk about making your dreams come true. I want to talk about five keys that will help turn your dreams into reality. r

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The 4 Positive Price Points of Leadership

As leaders of a family, a business, or an organisation, we are responsible for setting the tone and for creating the environment that will encourage others to grow and mature.

There is only one true way that we can do this, and that is to remain in a constant positive state. r