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leadership

How to Inspire Your Team 

Reading Time: 2 minutes Good and effective bosses are more than just people in positions of power – they’re leaders. It’s important to lead your team to greatness and motivate them to be the best they can be while at work. Good leaders realise… Continue Reading →

10 Ways to Develop Leadership Confidence

Reading Time: 3 minutes How to be a confident leader? It’s simple. Build your confidence. Of course, that’s probably too simplistic and vague, so that’s exactly why you need to learn more about it. To become a great leader, you must become a great… Continue Reading →

7 MBA Skills Every Business Student Should Develop Before Graduation

Reading Time: 3 minutes What good is a degree if you don’t even remember what you learned during those years? One can recite a whole paragraph on communication skill while facing down the whole time, what’s the point then. Only getting the degree should… Continue Reading →

Effective Leadership Strategies for Small Businesses –

Reading Time: 4 minutes Last time I was on the Price of Business, Kevin and I discussed the importance of teamwork to an organization’s success.  In this article, I discuss the other side of that relationship: namely, leadership. I have studied leadership in college,… Continue Reading →

5 Reasons Why Bad Bosses Suck So Bad

Reading Time: 4 minutes Face it, we all know or have had bad bosses. It seems to be a given in the business world. It’s been true for decades. With all the intelligence, studies, coaching, schools, and programs, why do some bosses still suck?… Continue Reading →

Struggling with Self-Confidence? Try these 10 things

Reading Time: 4 minutes Clients frequently ask me one big question. It seems to haunt executives at all levels. Business owners and CEOs share a common bond for this one aspect of their ability to lead. Get bumped up one more rung on the… Continue Reading →

3 Key Leadership Trends You Need to Know About

Reading Time: 3 minutes Whether you’re an entrepreneur who has been in business for many years, or someone who has recently opened a venture and is ready to start employing your first staff members, it’s important to stay on top of leadership trends. Knowing… Continue Reading →

Leaders: So Much for Good Intentions

Reading Time: 3 minutes There’s an old saying in management and leadership training. Good intentions make sense, right? However, there’s a problem with that. People don’t know your intentions, only your actions. For someone in a leadership role, your day to day action speaks… Continue Reading →

Leadership Thought: Is Your Myopia Your Utopia?

Reading Time: 3 minutes When it comes to leadership and management, nearsightedness or myopia is a common occurrence. What does that mean? Is Your Myopia Your Utopia? Since effective leadership is part art as much as part science, I see too many managers taking… Continue Reading →

Episode 5: Interview with Oklahoma Carry President Rick Hubbard with CJ Grisham of Open Carry Texas

Reading Time: 1 minute Founder of Open Carry Texas and Membership Director for SelfDefenseFund.com, CJ Grisham goes on the air with Oklahoma Open Carry Association President Rick Hubbard. This initiative is designed to bring the open carry groups together to position against common foes… Continue Reading →

Build Your Inner Strength Through Resiliency Training with Christian Moore

Reading Time: 2 minutes Resilience is a hot topic these days. For me though, teaching others to build their own resiliency is one of my passions – It’s one of the reasons I even became a therapist. I learned early on in life about… Continue Reading →

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