Monthly Archives: September 2014

I’ve always felt that part of my job was to help employees grow. Sometimes that means helping them move on.

Management and leadership are constantly full of challenges.  One of the toughest lessons I am struggling to learn is to surround myself with people that are smarter and more talented than I am.  If you are the smartest and most … Continue reading

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You Can’t Do It Alone!

“No man is an island.” “It takes a village to raise a child” Both of these well-known quotes fly in the face of the American archetype of the leader or successful person being self-made and completely self-reliant. Legend would paint … Continue reading

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The harder I work, the luckier I get. ~Samuel Goldwyn

Yesterday, as I was traveling, I overheard someone (let’s call him “John”) complaining that all the good opportunities seemed to go to others. One of John’s travel companions jokingly (or maybe not so jokingly) said “John, that’s because you’re always … Continue reading

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