Category Archives: habits

Change Perspective to Change Performance

What are you trying to change? Nearly everyone is looking to change something: business results, the quality of a relationship, physical health, job satisfaction, the color of your living room walls… I like to call these desired changes Performance, and … Continue reading

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Leadership and A Good Life

No few “secrets to happiness”, or “easy steps to a great life”, or “keys to effective leadership”…but a great place to begin a life of authentic self-expression that adds value through relationships is this: Your attitude can always be improved. … Continue reading

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Are You Aware of Conditions of Badness?

Oh, how we love to be right!  People hate to be wrong, we resist admitting mistakes and have a hard time apologizing for our wrongs.  This often keeps us from making improvements. Nothing against the Strengths movement of personal development, but … Continue reading

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Yo-Yos and Leadership Are Not The Same (Part 3 in a Series)

What makes training valuable to both the individual learner and the organization in which the learner performs? Consider the boy who brings his first yo-yo home from school.  You show him a few tricks that you learned as a child. With … Continue reading

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Everything I know I learned on the toilet?

You might say Becky Morris gets a little “potty mouthed” today, all to make you privy to some thoughtful ideas that we think you will appreciate. MAS Okay, I am going to take you somewhere today that you may find … Continue reading

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