Archive Monthly Archives: December 2019

Fall 7 Times, Get Up 8

Derek Redmond was favored to medal in the 400-meter race for Great Britain at the 1992 Summer Olympic Games in Barcelona, Spain.  But 150 meters into the semifinal race he felt a searing pain in

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Lies And Deception Deserve A Chilly Reception

According to a new biography, a man who became infamous for deception got his start at a young age.  As a high-school sophomore, this young man was assigned to present a book report to his class. Because

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A Good Speech Is Like A Pencil; It Has A Point

There are few times in life when you are totally alone … like just before you make a five-minute speech.  Or if you doubt the concept of eternity, try and make a five-minute speech. Let’s

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Management Lessons From Unlikely Places

If you’ve read anything I have written over the years, you’ve probably figured out that I love stories that put management principles into action, even when they don’t seem to have anything to do

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