Candor
The Don Rickles School of Praise: When There’s Too Much of a Good Thing
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Last week I wrote about the business case for being nice. I stand by the article and the cited research flaunting the benefits of leadership based in trust
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Inspiration from Great Summer Olympians
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Ready for the Olympics? Before you get your popcorn and settle into the couch to watch the greatest athletes in the world compete, load up on some leadership
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Weekender: Mark-Paul Gosselaar on Insecurity’s Role in Work Ethic
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Welcome to another edition of leadersayswhat’s the Weekender, a partial Zack Attack of thought to start your weekend on the right track. Why just a partial Zack Attack?
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Comedy
What Jon Stewart Taught Me About Being a Leader
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This week marks the end of an era. With over fifteen years of The Daily Show circulating in my brain, I am no longer a passive observer of news.
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Weekender: Michael Douglas and Work Ethic
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Welcome to another edition of leadersayswhat’s the Weekender, an ant-size piece of information to start your weekend on the right track. Why an ant, man?
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Know Why Amy Schumer is So Successful?
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Over the last few years, I’ve watched many of my friends and associates reach a pinnacle of success in their respective fields. At first, I unsuccessfully
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Are You Trying Too Hard? Dean Martin, Wei-Wu-Wei and the Post Ironic Era
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We live in a time when appearing to try is considered off-putting. We are expected to be fully competent and act as though it all came naturally.
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