Category: Change

How to Transform Organizations Successfully

Howard Putnam

How do you know how to transform a business if you were born on an Iowa farm? That was the key…the Iowa farm, a foundation.   I learned from my Parents the value of:  integrity, honesty, family, team work and helping

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Get Out of Your Comfort Zone for Peak Performance

Dr. Tasha Eurich

My husband and I recently spent a week in Hong Kong visiting my little sister, who spent the summer teaching there at a local university. Upon our arrival, we consulted with a friend of hers to plan our first day

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Uber vs Taxi: A lesson in adapting to market trends

Rowdy McLean

The Uber transport phenomenon has upset people all over the world. Some people absolutely love it and some people categorically hate it. Uber users love it. Taxi companies hate it. I don’t have any sympathy for the taxi companies, and

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Consistency vs Innovation for Better Results

Rowdy McLean

So you want better results? Whether you’re a business, leader, team or individual you had better be looking for better results. If you’re not making progress– you’re getting left behind. What worked 10 years ago doesn’t cut it anymore. What

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How to Replace Your Bad Habits with Good Ones

Shawn Achor

We often think that if we had more choices, it would be easier to change our lives. In fact, we do have plenty of choices, but we don’t change. What we really need in our lives to make a positive

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Millionaire Motivator – Rowdy McLean

Rowdy McLean

The second month of 2015 is almost behind us.  How are those New Year’s resolutions coming along? According to Dr. Tasha Eurich, one study shows “54 percent give up on their resolutions within six months — and only 8 percent ultimately

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Change: Do you Embrace it or Resist it?

If your company is going to stay in business, it has to change, and that can be scary. For many people, change is more threatening than challenging. They see it as the destroyer of what is familiar and comfortable rather

How to Master Change in Your Life – Interview with Desi Williamson

Desi Williamson has mastered the art of empowering people.  After surviving the mean streets of St. Louis, a successful career in sales and marketing, and a Hall-of-Fame career in professional speaking, Williamson had a serious fall and suffered a broken

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The Pain of Change – Video of Nido Qubein

Nido Qubein came to the United States as a teenager with no knowledge of English, no contacts and only $50 in his pocket. Today he is a prominent business leader and President of High Point University, as well as a

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Times are Tough but not here, not now, not for us

  Times are tough, but not here!   Iran has tough times. Iraq and Afghanistan have had tough times. People who have to walk through land mines to get to their destinations are having tough times. Many parts of Africa

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The Technology Integration of Man

I have delineated ten phases in “the technology integration of man” – four before this moment, and six to come.  Step back and think about the time we live in now as being in the middle of a 100 year

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