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Why Everyone Should Write a Book

Did you know that in 2013 there were 304,912 books published in America? This is roughly 1 book for every 100 American citizens at a published rate of more than 835 books each day. Aside from China (who published 440,000 books in 2013), this was more than any other nation.  These statistics don’t consider the […]

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One on One Meetings with Employees Using the WONG Method

For supervisors, meeting frequently with your employees (especially in a one on one setting) is a great way to maintain open lines of communication with subordinates. One on one meetings also serve to help increase employee performance by improving trust and by setting appropriate expectations early.  Most employees also prefer one on one meetings when […]

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The Surprising Truth About “Luck”

Why are some people successful while others are not? Are some people predestined for greatness? What role does chance or luck play in this game that we call life? The truth of the matter is that there really is no such thing as luck.  Although some people may appear to be “luckier” than others, we […]

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How to Make Progress and Finally Achieve Your Goals

Setting goals is easy however achieving them is the challenging part.  The unfortunate truth is that most people give up too soon which makes the attainment of their goals an impossibility. The reasons for this are many.  Sometimes it’s simply taking the first step that is the hardest part while other times it is the […]

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Five Perils of Technology in Modern Times

Sir Isaac Newton, the great thinker and mathematician, was quoted as saying, “To every action there is always opposed an equal reaction.” In the context of man’s technological advancement we can conclude that every invention has had both intended and unintended consequences for humanity.  Such is the plight of all of us to navigate this […]