Debate Isn’t Just For Politicians, Healthy Argument in the Workplace is Crucial to Success

Why Healthy Debate in the Workplace is Crucial to Success Election season causes all of us to think more critically on issues and problems we typically don’t give a fair amount of thought to — between local and presidential races, there’s no shortage of jabber and banter around the water
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Why Every Team Should Become Agile

One of the tech industry’s most impactful success stories isn’t in a product or time-saving application. It’s not how much control the iPhone has over our lives, either. Instead, one of the biggest behind the scenes revolutions in technology is how our day to day work gets done. They’re agile.
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40% of Americans Forgot Something Important in 2017, Don’t Be One of Them!

Nearly 40 percent of American workers didn’t take a vacation this past year. And that’s abysmal. It’s financially and physiologically irresponsible to spend a year without a vacation. Lost vacation days means lost money. Workers forfeited 222 million of their 658 million unused vacation days. That translates to a loss
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Finding Guidance: The Importance of Having Mentors

A great mentor won’t tell you what you want to hear, but what you need to hear. It’s easy to get a friend’s blink, and it’s important to have a spouse or colleague’s buy-in. But, where do you turn for long-term guidance and accountability in the areas of your life
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Finding your Spiritual Vince Lombardi with Rick Nash

Our mentorship series continues this week with some insightful information from another spiritual leader. Today, we’re sharing advice from our recent sit-down with Rick Nash. A graduate of Harvard University and Dallas Theological Seminary, Rick has been an influential contributor to the spiritual arena for years. In every aspect of his
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health at work

How to Stop Ignoring Your Health At Work

For many people, maintaining their health at work often falls by the wayside before more ‘productive’ habits. To them, working hard means long hours, hunched over a desk, eating anything you can get your hands on and chugging coffee to keep you buzzing. Taking just a few minutes throughout the
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Dotloop Founder Shares His ONE Thing

Are you tired of wasting time keeping track of the ridiculous paper required to close a business deal? If you’re a real estate agent, be on the lookout for Austin Allison, whose ONE Thing is easing the burden of paper work, and helping get you back to doing what you
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How the Wright Brothers Lifted Each Other Up

Earlier this month we took a look at some of history’s most famous co-founders, and as you might expect, the Wright Brothers certainly made the list. Orville and Wilbur Wright are known the world over for being the fathers of flight, but that wasn’t their first venture together. Before taking
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Assess and Address Pandemic Relationship Problems

Without question, the past year has been a tough one. From our finances and careers, to our personal lives and key relationships, it’s safe to say that not a single circle of the seven key areas of our lives have gone unscathed. As we look with a hopeful eye toward
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66 Day Challenge Tip #2: Creating a Contingency Plan for Your Goals

If you want to succeed, you need to think about failure. Go ahead. I want you to visualize what it will be like when you reach the goal you’re committing to for your 66 Day Challenge. Maybe you’ll have developed a habit of walking your dog for half an hour
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