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3 Lessons for Breakthrough Results from Donald Trump

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Do you want to produce breakthrough results in your business? In your industry? In your life? I’m not talking about incremental results, the “Hey, look, we got a new logo!” kind of results. I’m talking about the game-changers. The quantum leap kind of results that can redefine an industry. If those are the kind of results you want to produce, you might be able to learn a thing or two (or three)…from Donald Trump.

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The #1 Reason Most Change Doesn’t Last

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You’ve done the hard work of leading your team through change, but now things are reverting to the way they were before. What went wrong? Here’s the #1 reason most change doesn’t last.

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The Real Truth Behind Obstacles

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What’s going to get in the way of you producing the results you want to produce this year? If you find yourself coming up against some obstacles, you might want to watch this short video!

Now it’s your turn. What are some of the obstacles you’ve faced that turned out to be surprisingly surmountable once you put your mind to it? Please share your experience in the Comments section below so that others can ...

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Are You Making This Mistake When Leading Your Team Through Change?

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[Tweet “Are you making this mistake when leading your team through change?”]Motivational Speaker Bill StaintonYou may have seen the clip; it was all over the news—and not just the sports news. In a November 2014 football game between Utah and Oregon, Utah wide receiver Kaelin Clay runs the ball for what appears to be an easy touchdown. Just one problem: he tosses the ball ... Continue Reading →
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Are You Planning for the Future or for the Present?

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[Tweet “#TheBeatles made a decision to hire for the future, not for the present. And that decision paid off “]John, Paul, George, and Ringo. The Beatles. Four names as familiar to a generation of fans as any on the planet. But there was a time when it wasn’t John, Paul, George, and Ringo. It was John, Paul, George, and Pete.

Pete Best. The Beatles’ original drummer. The one they fired and replaced with Ringo Starr just when they were on the ...

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Bigger vs. Better: A Case Study

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“You guys should go national!”

I used to hear that all the time.

When I was the Executive Producer of Seattle’s hit comedy TV show Almost Live!, I used to hear that on almost a daily basis. Eventually, I started to believe it. I mean, why not? We were a hit in Seattle. We had some of the best comedy writers in the business. We already had a TV studio. Why shouldn’t we go national?

And then, one day, we got our chance. ...

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Leading Change: The Missing Step

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[Tweet ” Leading a team through change can be difficult, rewarding, messy, profitable, and frustrating.”]Leading a team through change can be difficult, rewarding, messy, profitable, frustrating, and fruitful. But no matter what the experience, it will all be for naught if the leader misses one crucial step of the process—a step that, unfortunately, most leaders do miss.

Sadly, I speak from experience. During my fifteen years as the Executive Producer of Seattle’s sketch comedy TV show Almost Live!, I led my ...

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