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How do you define a valuable employee? How do you define a valuable employee? Is it experience or maybe work ethic? Do you see competence in a specific area as the be-all and end-all of determining employee
Feel like most meetings are a waste of time? Take a page from Oprah's playbook. Many meetings limp to a start. The group sits waiting for people to straggle in late. Others want to keep chatting about
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Discover your personal philosophy and then build your life around it. Following a morning hike among the serenity of red rocks, wildflowers, and mountain views, I sat in conversation with an old friend.
Most people can't handle success, authority, or privilege. It destroys them. It makes them lazy. Are you unstoppable or average? Do you get derailed by prior success? Are you thinking linearly or exponentially?
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How to Bounce Back After Hitting Rock Bottom In Your Career, According to Walt Disney and Steve Jobs
These three lessons from those who have been there can show you the best way out. Like most people, I relish the feel-good stories of successful people who overcame setbacks to make it to the top. But