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Monthly Archives: April 2020

Can You Win Without Someone Else Losing?

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Everybody talks about a win/win, even Michael Scott. The problem is, most people operate from a framework that doesn’t really allow for win/win. At their core, most people really believe that for me to win, someone else has to lose. Let me give you a conceptual example—for instance, power. Most […]

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Wartime Followership

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I’m going to talk about followers without talking about Instagram or Twitter. It’s interesting that if you talk about leadership development, scores of quotes or authors or business journals come to mind, but if you talk about followers, social media comes to mind. Why is it that leadership development gets […]

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No One Aspires to Mediocrity

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The forging of steel is neither pretty work nor easy work. It is dirty and sweltering and done at 3000+ degrees. The mill is usually a mammoth building, filled with suffocating heat and deafening noise. The hammering, the fire, the pressure, and the inspection are all done in the pursuit of a product […]

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Understanding Valleys

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God leads us through the unavoidable valleys of our lives. Walking through valleys is an inevitable part of the human experience. Think about it: Jesus told his followers that we “will have suffering in this world.” (John 16:33) He didn’t say we could have suffering or we might have suffering, […]

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