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George Costanza on Blindspots
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Leaders must constantly be on the lookout for impending doom. Only then can they swerve to avoid it. Fortunately, many catastrophes are preventable.
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Jim Halpert on Spontaneous Order
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If you ask the average supervisor, they are likely to say their team cannot function without constant supervision. If you ask a leader, they will say that
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Judah Friedlander on Enclothed Cognition
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Since we were kids, our parents taught us that looks don’t matter, “it’s what is on the inside that counts.” While a nice sentiment, research is showing
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Jonah Hill on Accountability
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There comes a time in every leader’s life when they say something that they immediately regret. We need to know how to handle these situations.
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Lorne Michaels on Organizational Health
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How does a show remain relevant for almost 40 with a revolving cast of characters, an undesirable timeslot, and no overarching plot? Saturday Night Live
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Leslie Knope on Energy
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I am always struck by Leslie Knope’s work ethic. It’s not a motivation to get promoted or earn more money, it’s her determination to make a difference.
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Jimmy Fallon on Likeability
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Jimmy Fallon has been a fixture on late night television for almost twenty years. Whether as a cast member on Saturday Night Live or as a talk show host
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