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'You Don’t Belong in a Box' and Other Insights from Petra Kolber

‘You Don’t Belong in a Box’ and Other Insights from Petra Kolber

By Alex Lindley / June 29, 2022 /

‘We cannot wait for courage and confidence to show up,’ she says. ‘It happens in action. And it’s just like a muscle. It’s the sets and it’s the reps, and it’s showing up time after time.’

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Everyone has a turning point in their quest for lifelong learning. Everyone has their aha In their personal development, it's what you choose to listen to, watch or read that enhances your understanding of your life and teaches you what you need to do to succeed.

7 Things That Illustrate the Power of Personal Development

By Jeffrey Gitomer / June 29, 2022 /

Everyone has a turning point in their quest for lifelong learning. Everyone has their aha In their personal development, it’s what you choose to listen to, watch or read that enhances your understanding of your life and teaches you what you need to do to succeed.

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All Successful Leaders Have This Type of Intelligence in Common, According to Psychologist Adam Bandelli

All Successful Leaders Have This Type of Intelligence in Common, According to Psychologist Adam Bandelli

By Rae Fitzgerald / June 24, 2022 /

Developing strong interpersonal bonds—rather than embracing rugged individualism—helps leaders achieve positive outcomes.

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My Way: Emma Grede on Inclusive Cultures, Handling Negativity and Leaving a Legacy That Matters

By Emma Grede / June 23, 2022 /

I am and have always been wholeheartedly committed to fostering a diverse and authentically inclusive organizational culture.

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Build Your Career and Life with Lessons from ‘The Internship’

Build Your Career and Life with Lessons from ‘The Internship’

By Alex Stevens / June 23, 2022 /

As you push forward in your career and life, you’re almost certain to encounter a setback or failure that was a long time in the making but completely unknown to you. Unlike the scenarios Alanis Morissette describes in her classic song, that’s ironic. 

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From the CEO

This Is What Championing Women in the Workplace Looks Like to Me

By Courtney Chakarun / June 20, 2022 /

To be an impactful leader you have to be aware and share success. That awareness is gained through collaboration and action to create an environment where people thrive.

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SUCCESS Real Estate Trendsetters

SUCCESS® Magazine Honors Real Estate Innovators With New Trendsetters Awards

By SUCCESS Staff / June 15, 2022 /

The Real Estate Trendsetters Awards will celebrate real estate professionals who are making a difference with their extraordinary efforts to innovate, create and lead by example.

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The Real ‘Holy Grail’ and Other Lessons from ‘The Da Vinci Code’

The Real ‘Holy Grail’ and Other Lessons from ‘The Da Vinci Code’

By Alex Stevens / June 9, 2022 /

The Romans adopted Christianity as the state religion in 313 A.D., and just under 1,700 years later, The Da Vinci Code hit theaters. A lot happened between those two temporal waypoints, but both events had some big effects on the Western intellectual tradition that has emerged since the time of Jesus Christ.  Of course, we’re…

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Team-Level Agreements Could Be the Key to Making Remote Teams Truly Collaborative

Team-Level Agreements Could Be the Key for Remote Teams to Be Flexible and Collaborative

By Brian Elliott, Sheela Subramanian and Helen Kupp / June 3, 2022 /

How do teams, and the individuals within those teams, translate your organization-wide principles and guardrails into everyday actions? What does it actually look like to work flexibly on a daily basis? 

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‘Love Shows Up for the Losses’ and More Lessons from ‘King Richard’

‘Love Shows Up for the Losses’ and More Lessons from ‘King Richard’

By Alex Stevens / June 2, 2022 /

Here’s what we all need to hear: This is a great movie, and it has a lot to say about personal development, following your dreams and weathering the losses. You know the drill by now, Rewinders. We’re going to dissect King Richard like no one has before.

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