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Asking For What You Want Directly Is A Courageous Act

Taking the initiative and asking for what you want directly with respect takes courage and vulnerability because you risk hearing the word no.

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Vulnerability

How Do You See Vulnerability

Friday, I flew home from Davis Heating and Air in Rocky Mount Virginia. Chris, the owner, asked me to do two morning sessions on boundaries with his forty people. In the afternoons, I meet with the management team.

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Triangulation Must Be Part Of Our DNA

I allowed someone to triangulate me, but I warned the owner about it in advance.

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Do You Want To Be a Leader or a Dictator

I’ve recently noticed articles about cultures of kindness in different publications. While kindness is good, there is much more. This subject approaches the condition of a person’s heart, and kindness is only a small part.

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Are You Overwhelmed, Overly Busy, and Burned Out Most of The Time?

If so, you might be over-responsible for other people’s responsibilities.

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A Culture of Blame, Belittlement, and Punishment

A business is a system of relationships, and individuals in the company system come from another system called the family system. The family systems from where these individuals come from are all different, and each family system has its toxic patterns.

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Feeling Obligated? It Leads To Resentment.

Are you doing your job obligated to do so or because you have a responsibility to your employer?

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To Be Unclear Is To Be Unkind

Matt Koop, creator of The the New Flat Rate, and I were talking, and our talks tend to gravitate toward spiritual things.

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Is Money The Root Of All Evil?

I disagree with the concept of taking massive action steps. It’s not huge strides that make the difference. It’s the small, good habits repeated that compound over time and lead to success.

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Small good habits over time

Small, Good Habits Over Time

I disagree with the concept of taking massive action steps. It’s not huge strides that make the difference. It’s the small, good habits repeated that compound over time and lead to success.

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