2015 Scaling Up / Rockefeller Habits 2.0 Workshop

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October 6, 2015 – Nashville, TN Bring YOUR LEADERSHIP TEAM for an information-packed day where you will create a roadmap to confidently scale your business growth in 2015. Gain the Rockefeller Habits 2.0 tools and strategies you need to: ALIGN Get faster results with less effort by developing organizational clarity and accountability. ACCELERATE Develop a strategic advantage over your competitors and position your brand as a market leader. ADVANCE See your company’s …
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Figure Out the Code and Win!

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Is someone in your life or work making you crazy?  Are you doing your very best to resolve the situation but getting no results? There’s actually a secret to getting what you want.  Read on and see if you can break the code yourself: He says:  I’m recognized nationally for my innovative approaches, but she never seems to appreciate my ideas.   She treats me like I’m an interruption. She says:  …
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Not for Americans Only – Land of the Free and Home of the Brave

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How often do you sing the Star Spangled Banner?  If you are an American, you probably haven’t sung it daily since you left grade school.  And if you don’t go to live sporting events, it may be a long time since you’ve had the chance.  However, with the 4th of July having just past, most Americans sang that familiar tune at least once.  I was one of them. As I …
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Are You A Doer?

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If you read this blog, you are probably a doer.  Show you a problem, and you get busy fixing it.  You believe in the motto Don’t just stand there, do something.  And for many situations, that is indeed a winning formula. Organize the garage Update your resume Leave a toxic relationship Call that old friend Get the medical check-up A long list that requires attention and commitment to get done.   …
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The Problem Solving Tool You Can’t Live Without

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One of the most useful tools you can use for your life and your business is reframing. Canadian-born Lila Scott, a brilliant psychoanalyst and mentor, first exposed me to the idea of reframing many years ago when I lived in Caracas.   She told me about a couple who came to her who were struggling to raise their teenage children. They were tired and frustrated and complained that their children were …
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