If you're an introvert, you know that attending events with large crowds is taxing. So how do you manage as an entrepreneur who needs to network? Read More
Sitting may seem like one of the easiest things in the world to do, but sitting incorrectly is bad for your health, especially if you spend the majority of your day doing it.
Knowing how to maintain good posture, and counteracting the effects that sitting for long periods of time can have, is vit Read More
Leaders are expected to perform in high stress situations. If they can't, they offer little value to their organizations. Today we'll take a look at meeting and exceeding company expectations in high pressure situations. Read More
BNI podcast episode 347 by Dr. Ivan Misner:

It’s possible to spend so much time running around and making appearances that you don’t have time to build deep relationships and develop credibility. Activity is not the same thing as accomplishment. If your network is a mile wide and an inch deep, i Read More
The Small Business Advocate radio program:

Jim Canterucci joins Jim Blasingame to ask the questions the answer to which indicate whether you're capable of being the calm and consistent leader your people need you to be. Read More
Lets be honest: All of us have doubts that block us from doing things. It's even socially acceptable to talk about some "fear of failure." But "fear of success?" It's just as real. Being afraid to achieve the very things... Read More
Innovation and Creativity permeate the pages of business books and internet storytelling. Unlike Project Management skills or Financial Analysis, Creative Talents aren't a homogeneous lump of artistic, business-oriented goo. (I haven't the slightest idea where that line came from. It... Read More
I'm very glad to feature a guest post from one of my former MBA students, Brandon Jones of Leadership Done Right. Please make sure to check out Brandon's blog Read More
I’d like to highly recommend the book “The Myths of Creativity: The Truth About How Innovative Companies and People Generate Great Ideas” by David Burkus. Read More
Accountability is the binding strength of interdependent relationships at work. We simply must hold people accountable. But for accountability to be legitimate, to have integrity, accountability has to start with ourselves. We have to begin by holding ourselves accountable and being open to being h Read More

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