Sean Castleberry

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Achieve Peak Potential With 4 Mental Practices

Can you begin to live your best life ever by applying a series of simple mental techniques in your day-to-day life?<p>Personally, I've been on an evolving journey when it comes to mindset strategies for success. In my twenties, I thought it was all hogwash and I just wanted to learn practical …

Immune System

5 Simple Ways to Be a Better Leader

Being a great leader can be difficult. Being a better leader is easy.<p>Leadership is often made out to be more difficult than it really is.<p>That's not to say it's easy to be a great leader, but there are some simple things everyone can do to be a better leader that do not require a great deal of skill …

3 Mindful Things to Do When You Get Home from Work

When we’re at work—especially on a Friday—home is not far from our minds. We yearn for some down time, and the relaxation that comes from being with …

Mindfulness

Managing for Happiness Reveals a New Approach to Employee Engagement

What motivates your employees to come to work?What makes them happy when they get there?These two questions have plagued managers and owners for …

Employee Engagement

Why Some People Fail and Others Succeed | [site:name]

What if we converted our dreams into plans and our plans into refined activities that would lead toward the achievement of our goals?<p>If we have a …

School Leadership: Stop Saying It's 'Going to the Dark Side'

So often leaders hear that they are "Going to the dark side" when they enter into school leadership. We need to stop treating leaders like they're …

Teaching

9 Habits of Trustworthy Leaders

<b>habit</b> [hab-it], noun — an acquired behavior pattern regularly followed until it has become almost involuntaryHabits…we all have them, don’t we? Some …

Leadership