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There Are No Unassisted Goals

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Did you watch the Sochi Winter Olympics? No matter what you may think about the Olympic movement, you have to appreciate the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat. The human drama we experience at the Olympics is awesome in many respects. What’s most compelling about the Olympics are the back-stories about the athletes – what they had to …

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Are You Living in ‘The Gap’?

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How much is enough? That’s a question many people never answer. How would you answer? For most people the answer is very simple, “A little more…”  In fact, when John D. Rockefeller was asked that very question his answer was, “Just a little bit more.” What an indictment.   Let me explain… When we do not answer the question of how …

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Pressure is a Privilege

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I heard a great quote this week, “Pressure is a privilege.” It just so happens to be the title of the book by tennis legend Billy Jean King.  I haven’t read the book, but the quote/title really got me thinking.  It seems particularly apropos in light of the winter Olympics currently going on in Sochi. Billy Jean King was certainly …

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Are Your Employees Fans or Followers?

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“Sea – Hawks! Sea – Hawks! Sea – Hawks!” And so the cheer gained more and more momentum until it reached a deafening crescendo. Each side of the plane leveraged off of the passion of the other side of the plane to produce one harmonious, synchronous, and united exaltation in support of their beloved Seattle Seahawks – and they hadn’t …

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