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For the remainder of July we will be sharing with you our favorite articles from 2018 based on views. We are calling July our "LPL 2018 Winners". This weeks article was originally sent out on June 5, 2018 We hope you enjoy Part 3 of 5 of this series. Ask any number of people what they plan to accomplish this year and how they plan to top that next year, and you’re likely to hear about business goals and organizational changes, team building and so on. In many instances, you’ll find its full speed ahead, strike while the iron’s hot,...

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Transformational Leaders Know When Vision Isn’t Enough

For the remainder of July we will be sharing with you our favorite articles from 2018 based on views. We are calling July our "LPL 2018 Winners". This weeks article was originally sent out on July 9, 2018 We hope you enjoy Part 2 of 5 of this series. "Vision without execution is hallucination." - Thomas Edison Many capable leaders have experienced the inherent difficulties of implementing change within an organization. Highly gifted visionaries, soon learn that casting vision isn’t enough to bring about change. There’s many reasons for resisting something new. The reluctance to change isn’t about stubbornness or...

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Harness Your Thoughts and Reach Your Objectives

For the remainder of July we will be sharing with you our favorite articles from 2018 based on views. We are calling July our "LPL 2018 Winners". This weeks article was originally sent out on May 1, 2018 We hope you enjoy this 5 Part Series. “None of us are victims of circumstance we are victims of our thoughts” - JSP There are countless books on the power of thinking, books on positive thinking, strategic thinking, creative thinking and so on. I’ve always been fascinated with the power of thought, for that reason I observe and note the habits of...

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The ABC’s of a Personal Leadership Paradigm

“When you help people reach their full potential, your company reaches its objectives and begins to realize its vision.” - JSP What is a Personal Leadership Paradigm? I define a personal leadership paradigm as “the mindset that considers developing leadership gifts and instilling personal responsibility in all employees at every level within the organization to be priority one.” You are a leader if; You have a positive impact on relationships and work habits of those around you. You can help people sort out their thinking and accurately assess themselves. You help people develop the habit of taking personal responsibility. Family,...

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How You Can Succeed When The Odds Are Against You

“Whoever said it’s not whether you win or lose but how you play the game probably never won.” – Arthur Ashe There was a young couple from Winnipeg, Canada their names are Bernie and Elaine Lobschick. Elaine gives birth to a son, and the couple names him David. By all accounts, David is a beautiful baby boy. Before David’s first birthday Bernie and Elaine noticed that he’s having trouble holding his head up, it seems to hang to the right, they also notice David is drooling excessively. After a visit to their physician, Bernie and Elaine are informed that little...

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5 Questions that Contribute to Your Ongoing Personal Growth

"Wisdom doesn’t always come with age, sometimes age comes alone” – John C. Maxwell Every day presents us with new opportunities for personal growth. If we’re intentional with managing our spiritual, mental, emotional, physical health, and wellbeing, through self-assessment, we’ll discover a lifestyle that’s energizing and rewarding. Warren Buffett, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway credits much of his success to spending most of his career reading and thinking. It takes discipline to schedule some quality time to slow down and reflect on where we’ve been and how aligned we are with our stated purpose. Before I learned the value of contemplation...

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7 Traits That Make You Attractive To Any Organization

“Integrity is not hard-wired into your DNA.”- Warren Buffet Integrity is everything; without it in some measure, life becomes difficult. In recent years organizations have begun choosing solid character traits above skillsets, of course, I’m referring to qualified applicants. It takes integrity to develop good character. Why is Character so Important? Character rests on our beliefs held in the heart. If we don’t believe we should help others – we won’t. If placing ourselves first at all cost is something we believe in, we will behave that way, and lack integrity with others. We truly connect with others at a...

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12 Thoughts to Help You Be Successful Every Day of...

“Success is learning through the ups and downs of consistently doing your best day in and day out long before people notice it” - JSP George R. R. Martin has been an author for many years; he’s attracted a following long before his current fame has made him a household name. Martin isn’t an unknown who suddenly won success like people win the lottery. I believe most of the millions of fans familiar with The Game of Thrones probably never heard of Martin before the TV series aired. Martin isn’t an overnight success; he’s been an author for many years....

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Why Relational Leaders Develop Strong Productive Friendships

“Be slow to fall into friendship; but when thou art in, continue firm & constant.” – Socrates I’m sure we can agree that computer systems, analytics, and statistics can make running an organization a lot smoother. If we’re not careful, we can forget that a valuable team member is still our greatest asset. Placing a process or productivity before our people always becomes counterproductive. One Harvard study states that leaders should understand that the productivity of each member on their team improves when they’re aware of five factors: The importance of having a friendly leader The desire for association with...

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5 Tips to Help You Manage Work Related Stress

“Reality is the leading cause of stress amongst those in touch with it.” - Jane Wagner Everyone experiences stress. If you’re without a plan to help you deal with stress, your company may eventually need a plan to help deal with you. Stress is what happens when we continue to function at elevated levels of activity without planned periodic downtime. If we continue pushing the envelope, we set ourselves up for fatigue, anxiousness, depleted and a mental capacity leaving us feeling overwhelmed with even the lightest workload. To maintain optimum mental, physical and spiritual health, and wellbeing, we must have...

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