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    Fundamental of the Week #1: Act with Integrity

    Demonstrate doing the right thing in all your actions and all your decisions, especially when no one is looking. Always tell the truth. Acknowledge and own your mistakes, clean them up and make appropriate corrections. Integrity is the foundation of everything and what makes things work. From a business perspective, […]

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    Becoming A Victim

    Victim Mentality - Parking Lot is Full

    Today I met with an associate to discuss some business possibilities, but the conversation I took with me was the one we had regarding his Buddhism practice. As I was in business coach mode, I was quite observant of his state of being. He had an energy about him that […]

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    How We Create Our Reality + 5 Ways To See Around Your Blind Spots

    Blind spots can be avoided with 5 practice tips.

    All reality is merely an illusion, albeit a persistent one. — Albert Einstein — Most people would chuckle and nod their head in agreement when hearing Einstein’s quote, however after pondering it, do you think it would it immediately change their thought processes? Or even their behavior? It’s doubtful, right? […]

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    Accountability: A Building Block of Culture

    Accountability, a building block in culture

    Sitting here at my local coffee shop early on a Sunday morning, I overhear the baristas swap stories of unreliable past coworkers. The over-riding theme centers on the complaint that former folk “passed the buck” of accountability. When asked an inconvenient question by a customer, their responses had been “not […]

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    Values Drive Behaviors

    On a holiday a number of years ago to Cozumel I took the opportunity to take some scuba dives. Once acclimated to being underwater I found myself mesmerized by the vast mystery of this “new world!” I have found my deep dive into the world of Core Values to be […]

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    What’s Below the Surface?

    The expression “that’s just the tip of the iceberg” can mean that we acknowledge what we see above the water, and there’s more below the surface that has yet to be revealed. It’s very difficult to remember that when we are judging, assessing, and sizing people up. We take what […]

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