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Secret weapons of successful leaders: Simplify

We know the ability to make high-stakes decisions in difficult situations is a required skill for successful leaders. But only recently have we started to understand that the number of decisions we make in a day can cause decision fatigue.

source: By Catherine Iste
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What are the characteristics of negative people? They are soul-sucking individuals who take but never give back. Often, they refuse to accept responsibility for their failures. Blame others for their hardships. Possess no desire to improve themselves.

source: LaRae Quy

But bad days can come at any time — pretty much like good days. It's all in how we decide to approach our day and how we decide to interpret whether it's good or bad. Do we let one bad event spoil the entire day or do we find ways to let that stuff happen and then...

source: Mitch's Blog

Congratulations on your new leadership position! I am sure you’ve worked hard and persevered along the way to get to this point. Everything you've done so far in your career has led you to this position. But the experiences and skills that landed you this new job will...

source: Lolly Daskal

Imagine a successful person. Do you see someone bold, risk-taking and confident? If so, you're probably not alone. These are the stereotypical characteristics of worldly success we learn from hard-charging movie heroes and media reports of swashbuckling super entrepreneurs.

source: Inc.

Trust is one of the most important leadership competencies a leader can develop with their team members. It can take months or even years for a leader to build trust. And, unfortunately, it only takes one action contrary to the leader's or organization's stated values to...

source: Peter Barron Stark Companies

The key to achieving your full potential is to raise your self-concept and develop new habits of thinking about what's possible for you. Let's look at the three parts of your self-concept and how you can improve them and develop any habit you desire.

source: Entrepreneur


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