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You Can’t Teach Confidence

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You can nurture it. You can grow it. You can lead it by example. You can demonstrate it. You can encourage it. You can motivate it. You can inspire it. But you can’t teach someone to be confident, you can tell someone today is “confidence” day. It’s a process, it takes time, it’s not easy, if it was everyone would be doing it. Share this:Click to share on Facebook...

Your Responsibility to Grow

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If you’re not learning, you’re not growing. You don’t need to wait for that paid conference to come through (there are some in town that are probably free). You don’t need to wait for someone to ask you if you want to take that course (you can take the $15 version Udemy). You don’t need to wait for “work to come in” to learn that new technology (you can...

New Tools Exposing Old Problems

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I had to buy a new pair of skates a few months ago – my old ones were broken, busted and in need of repair. I was dreading the process but knew I had to do it. First night out in them and I was flopping all over the place. The blades were higher, the ankles stiffer, the laces were new, the insoles not fully molded to my feet. These are all things that would take time to get them acclimated...

Inviting the Drama

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We’re susceptible to drama when things aren’t going well. When it’s not perfect. When we need someone or something else to blame. Drama is there to blow it up, make it bigger than what it is and keep us away from the real issue that is causing us grief. If you’re constantly looking to spend more time complaining about the problem, wanting to talk about how hard you have...

Three Questions for Your Next Team Meeting

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What are we not doing well at? Where should we focus our attention? What do you need from me for us to be a success? The first question is the hardest to ask, the flood gates will open and teams will spend the most time here as people jump onto their answers and add more – good. If your team has nothing to say, keep prodding, there is always something, always. The second question gets the...

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