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Monthly Archives: January 2018

Turning 40: The Old Age of Youth

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There’s an imaginary line that runs along the Rocky Mountains and from time to time, it’s marked by signs like this one: Every drop of rain that falls on the right side of the sign ends up in the Pacific Ocean. Every drop that falls on the left side makes […]

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How to Add More Time to Your Work Day

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Delegation can be tough. It’s gut-wrenching to give up decisions or projects you care strongly about, and then it’s doubly gut-wrenching when it goes wrong. See what happens when one city manager delegates the task of selecting a new city slogan. In reality, of course, delegation is a necessity if […]

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ICU Grandpa: What David Deutchman Reveals About All of Us

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He’s the retired international marketing executive that’s been featured on the Today Show, CNN, USA Today, ABC and Newsweek. Even People and Inside Edition have done a story on David Deutchman. It’s not because of his marketing prowess though. It’s because of his rocking ability. Check it out here. For […]

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Does Your Organization have Staying Power?

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Every February, the truly devoted baseball fans make their way to Florida and Arizona to watch their favorite team in spring training. Spring training is when every team has hopes of winning the championship. Past flaws are forgotten and every young player thinks he’s the next Derek Jeter or Albert […]

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Looking Through the Turn

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At the end of every season my son’s basketball coach used to deliver a simple message: “Do not let high school basketball be the best thing or worst thing that has ever happened to you in your life. If it is, then we’ve failed as coaches.” In other words—enjoy every […]

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