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In the short run, power and control may seem to work, and to some extent, they do. In the long run, though, they just don’t work. The opportunity cost is just too high. Please press play to listen.
We get our wisdom where we can. Please press play to listen.
Has anyone ever said to you, “You have an attitude?” Well, of course. You do have an attitude, and it is yours. — Press play to listen.
Take care. Press play to listen.
Each of us is unique, so each of our relationships should be equally unique. I have a thought about that here for you. Just press play.
This is a bonus episode from Audio Tidbits. It offers insight about The Inner Circle within our government that is insidiously compressing power and wealth to the benefit of The Inner Circle.
When dealing with people at work or at home, do you find yourself at a loss as to what to do or how to proceed now and then? If not, good for you, but if you are merely human like the rest of us, here’s a bulletin for you. There are always things to say, things to do.
Here are ninety-three that you can pick from the next time you find yourself in a pinch. Just pick one, any one, and go for it. They all work in a pinch. If you have five minutes to explore the full set, it’s always okay to select the exact one that best fits what’s happening right now. If you are feeling rushed, just pick one and go for it. Either way, you will never again be at a loss as to what to say or do.
For this episode of Audio Tidbits, the title is the message. The point is quick but critical to your success. Listen and learn how.
Leaders have many responsibilities, but there is one responsibility that shapes everything else. That is how they use the power and control that comes with leadership. This in turn relates to many areas of responsibility, but none is as important as decision making.
In this episode of Audio Tidbits, I explore leadership and decision making. Included here are levels of decision making. Within this range, there is what we may think of as the decision-making bottom line. That is the decision that few expected and even fewer think is the right decision. How do skilled leaders handle the decision-making bottom line? That is where our discussion leads. Please join me on the journey.