Posts with the tag “leadership”

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Focus, Motivation and Discipline Oh My!
January 16th, 2018
​We’re not all naturally self-motivated. And even the people who are self-motivated, are not that way all the time. (Netflix binge, anyone?) So when we’re in that “I just don’t want to!!” slump, we’ve...  Read More
by Laurie Sudbrink
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3 Simple Ways to Practice Being Present
May 17th, 2017
Being present in the moment doesn’t come naturally to all of us. In fact, with our busy lives and so many distractions available, it’s tough for most of us to stay present! We get hooked by something ...  Read More
by Laurie Sudbrink
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How to Sharpen Your Leadership Skills - and Free Resources!
February 8th, 2017
Do you ever catch yourself thinking that there could be a better way to cut that pineapple, or peel that mango, or squeeze those limes?When I’m in the kitchen, I want to create the most nutritious and...  Read More
by Laurie Sudbrink
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Step Out of the Way and Lead!
January 25th, 2017
When you hear the term servant leadership, your first response may be to reject the concept.  Why? Because most of us think leaders need to be in control, and as a servant, we have less control! Howev...  Read More
by Laurie Sudbrink
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How Bad Do You Want to Live a Happy Life?
January 18th, 2017
January is a great month to look at goals and what we want out of life. What holds us back the most is our own thoughts and beliefs, and what we really want!It's so easy to let ourselves get distracte...  Read More
by Laurie Sudbrink
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What Most Leaders Neglect To Do When Delegating
January 11th, 2017
​If you manage people, you can probably relate to this scenario: You’ve got way too much to do and not enough time to do it. You need to get more off your plate so you can complete more of your leader...  Read More
by Laurie Sudbrink
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The Most Important Skill to Hone in 2017
December 27th, 2016
Arguably one of the most underutilized skills in leadership is listening. Leaders are groomed to know all the answers and be really confident, which is almost opposite of listening. And listening skil...  Read More
by Laurie Sudbrink