Monthly Archives: December 2014

It’s important to keep moving forward

These days it’s almost required that we set goals for a new year. Will you resolve to make more profit? Remove negative people from your life and your company? Install a new operating system? Here are some things to think … Continue reading

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What is your Red Mercedes?

The first time I drove my new red Mercedes to work, reality set in. I was exhilarated as I reached cruising speed on the Interstate highway. My dream had finally come true! The proof of my success was a tangible … Continue reading

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Develop a clear vision of your future success

My heart beating wildly in excited anticipation, I approach the cherry red Mercedes sports car. I marvel at the shiny paint, the sleek lines of the car, the open sunroof. My trembling hand reaches out and touches the door handle, … Continue reading

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Is It Time to Rethink Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs?

Originally posted on Blanchard LeaderChat:
Most human resource and organizational development professionals are familiar with Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs.  In his 1954 book, Motivation and Personality, Maslow’s proposed that people are motivated by satisfying lower-level needs such as food,…

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Pay attention to your relationships for personal growth

A wonderful post this week by Leadership Freak made me think long and hard about relationship issues. Here are some of the highlights, along with some of my thoughts. 1. “Think about who you’re becoming and where that person takes … Continue reading

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