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Hook a New Habit: A Smart Tip for Behavior Change

Hook a New Habit: A Smart Tip for Behavior Change

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: behavior change is just plain difficult. Why? Because that old behavior is on autopilot. It’s so ingrained that it’s simply second nature. So changing it is like kicking a familiar old habit. But fortunately, I have a trick—a tool that actually leverages old habits into positive […]

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Invested in His People: A Notre Dame Developer Credits Others

Invested in His People: A Notre Dame Developer Credits Others

In my power-alley attributes seminars, one of the inherent traits we study is what I call the developer attribute. A developer is an encourager, delegator, and mentor—one who is focused on others achieving their goals, who’s driven toward teamwork. Often self-effacing, a developer tends to work behind the curtain. To give you an example that […]

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BooHoo to Yahoo!: The Pros and Cons of Telecommuting

BooHoo to Yahoo!: The Pros and Cons of Telecommuting

Recently, Yahoo! announced a major policy change that will de-authorize working remotely. Apparent reason: the struggling tech giant thinks it’s missing out on the positive results of face time among their people, forfeiting the creativity and other benefits encouraged by in-person interaction. A quick and widespread outcry has followed this move—not surprising in today’s constant-breaking-news-fanned-by-social-media […]

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3 Steps to Effective Listening

Anyone who has experienced effective listening is aware of its power. When someone listens to you well, you feel validated, heard, appreciated, understood. And all of these reactions make you feel positive about the listener. Whole books and courses teach listening skills. Many are very good and sell millions of copies. People are studying this […]

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