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Be Like Einstein—Flunk Your Weaknesses

Einstein was brilliant, as we know. So brilliant that at the age of 16, two years earlier than his classmates, he sat for entrance exams to get into the prestigious Federal Polytechnic School in Zurich. But he flunked. Sort of. … Continue reading

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3 Things Employees Never Want to Hear from their Internal Career Coach

Do you coach employees who want to get promoted…but aren’t? Frustration, anger, confusion, worry can begin to plague the employee. When people are experiencing these emotions, there are a few things they do NOT want to hear! Such as, “Just … Continue reading

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Atop my Christmas Wish List Is…

What’s on your wish list this season? Techno-tools? Trendy gadgets? Time with family? I’m dreaming big these days, so high atop my wish list is . . . WORLD PEACE! And if I can’t have world peace, I’ll go for … Continue reading

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People Bring Both Their Brain and Body to Work-Pay Attention to Both

The business world worships brains! It revels in the brain’s ability to quantify, analyze, sequence, strategize, execute. A big brain is brawn in the business world. But people don’t just bring their brains to work—they bring their bodies, too … … Continue reading

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