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The 4 Things Employees Need From Their Employers

The Big Quit. The Great Resignation. The Turnover Tsunami. There are many names for this era of employees making the decision to leave their jobs en masse. A variety of factors have led to this, but the fact is that a large number of employees are becoming increasingly dissatisfied with…

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Simon T. Bailey’s Top 22 Books to Spark Your Brilliance

Years ago, one of my mentors told me that readers are leaders and leaders are readers. Well, that statement became a mental tattoo and I never forgot. Jim Rohn said it best: “The book you don’t read won’t help.”  According to a Pew Research Center survey of U.S. adults, 23%…

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The Future is For Sale

Did you know that the future is for sale? And every single day, you buy the future by how you think, what you say, what you feel, and what you do. When the future is for sale, you discover that the future is created in the present.

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Reignite Your Spark with MEDS

As the spark, you are a brilliant energized force to be reckoned with. And as a brilliant energized force, every single day, you wake up to say, “how do I do what I do?” Not because I have to, but because I want to.

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Brilliant Resilience – The Art of Bouncing Back

The only creature on the planet that has the ability to reason and decide to create the future instead of waiting for it to be created is YOU! At this season, O' Brilliant One, you are being stretched to shine.

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Release Your Brilliance – It’s Now or Never!

Simply put, releasing your brilliance means releasing the genius within you. It’s living from the inside out – it’s finding your inner light and letting it shine for the whole world to see. It’s discovering and leveraging your unique talents and your pure, intuitive intelligence.

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Leadership in the Moment

A good leader must set an example, and if they are unable to take charge of the moment and carry out what needs to be done, then those around them will follow suit and always lack the courage to do what is required in the moment.

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Before You Quit, Take a CHILL Pill

A lot of people have often asked me over the last few weeks what my thoughts are regarding “The Great Resignation” that is happening globally. And I just created something I wanted to give to all of you, and that is just: CHILL. CHILL is an acronym that I created to help us think about this Great Resignation time.

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What Separates True Entrepreneurs From People With Good Ideas

Many individuals come up with great business ideas, but due to their lack of business experience or understanding, fail miserably and are never able to materialize their business aspirations. However, what separates a true and successful entrepreneur from those with just great ideas is the most important word in business – ‘grit’.

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5 Ways to Re-Evaluate Your Leadership Communication

Good interpersonal skills are the hallmark of all great leaders. There is no leadership without effective communication, and those possessing the art of delivering thoughts and ideas in meaningful ways are those who are most successful.

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5 Lessons I Learned After Firing Myself from Disney

Fifteen years ago, I walked away from a job as Sales and New Business Development Director of the world-renowned Disney Institute based at Walt Disney World Resort (#Disney).* I had a guaranteed paycheck and benefits galore. I didn’t want for anything and was on the fast track to a bright career future. In the midst of living my own version of the American dream, something was missing.

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Accelerate Your Career by Finding a Sponsor

In our competitive workforce, it's crucial that you stand out from the other candidates vying for the same opportunities. Sponsors — individuals within an organization who see your potential and point you in the right direction — can help you define your personal brand and act as your advocate.

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How to Own Your Career

I was recently invited to speak at AT&T, IBM, MasterCard, and Microsoft. While there, I decided to lean in and learn what are they telling their employees, which inevitably will have a direct impact on their customers. The common thread throughout their communications is summed up in following statement: The adult day care center is officially closed; it’s time for you to own your career.

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Three Ways to be a Leader Who Listens

To become a leader who listens, you must learn some valuable skills, and apply them, incorporating a paradigm shift into how you interact with your teammates on a day-to-day basis.

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5 Ways to Finish What You Start

Whatever you are moving toward, that goal is also moving toward you. What are focusing on right now? Do you believe in it? Whatever you’re aiming for, please put your head, heart, and hands into it. Finish what you start.

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7 Ways to Take Control of Your Life, Today!

Once you shift your brilliance, you have more control over whatever comes your way, and you can define your future in the present. When you take control of the wheel on the road leading to your destiny, you can navigate your life away from obstacles and ensure a smooth ride ahead.

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