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The Power of Yet

So many times we get into these self-limiting, self-defeating conversations with ourselves. I didn’t get the project done. I’m not a leader. I haven’t built a million dollar company. I haven’t mastered giving and getting feedback. I’m not where I want to be. But then there is one of the most powerful words in the […]

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The Best Advice I’d Give Myself

If I had a time machine and could go back to talk to Cory in 2007-2008 and give him one and only one piece of advice, I would NOT talk about how to double revenue or how he should get to automatic subscription revenue as fast as possible, or nuances of team dynamics or how […]

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Give Some Advice — To Yourself

Been reading How to Change: The Science of Getting from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be by Katy Milkman and it’s really superb. One nugget of gold stood out to me this weekend. Basically she writes that giving advice to others, particularly unsolicited advice, can be defeating and deflating. Too often, we […]

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Give Your Team The Tools They Need

One of the EASIEST yet impactful takeaways from 12: Elements of Great Managing I got over the years but one I see bosses and companies being goofy about is the Second Element: Give your people the materials and equipment they need to do their job well. There are some things that are no-brainers, especially for […]

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Be The Person Everybody Wants to Work With

NOTE: The context of this post was written with controversy as a way to stand out in or get ahead in an industry and work setting. My remarks here do NOT pertain to or include issues of diversity, equality or other cultural, political or human rights issues. Please take a stand on those. I stand […]