COMMENTARY 983.1: Seven Truths for Bosses

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Here are seven truths I’ve discovered in my struggles to be an effective boss:  It’s not what you say that matters; it’s what people hear. Just because you said it doesn’t mean they heard it. Just because you wrote it doesn’t mean they read it. Be sure your message is received and understood.  There are lots of things you don’t know … Read More The post COMMENTARY 983.1: Seven Truths for Bosses appeared first on What Will Matter.

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COMMENTARY: 982.5: How to Succeed by Failing Forward – Turning Stumbling Blocks to Stepping Stones

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The best way to teach our children to succeed is to teach them to fail. After all, if getting everything you want on the first try is success, and everything else is failure, we all fail much more often than we succeed. People who learn how to grow from unsuccessful efforts succeed more often and at higher levels because they … Read More The post COMMENTARY: 982.5: How to Succeed by Failing Forward – Turning Stumbling Blocks to Stepping Stones appeared first on What Will Matter.

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COMMENTARY 982.4: Five Birds and Good Intentions

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Five birds are sitting on a telephone wire. Two decide to fly south. How many are left? Most people would say three. Actually, all five are left. You see, deciding to fly isn’t the same as doing it. If a bird really wants to go somewhere, it’s got to point itself in the right direction, jump off the wire, flap … Read More The post COMMENTARY 982.4: Five Birds and Good Intentions appeared first on What Will Matter.

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COMMENTARY 982.3: Doing Sports Right

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When I was a kid playing sports, there were no clubs, travel teams, or private coaches. Except for summer baseball leagues, the primary place to play was high school. When I was in the 10th grade, I wanted to play basketball in the worst way. Unfortunately, given my size and talent, that’s how I played. But in those days, sports … Read More The post COMMENTARY 982.3: Doing Sports Right appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Appreciation

“The deepest craving of human nature is to be appreciated.” – William James “Expressing appreciation with words, a smile, or a hug costs so little and means so much. If can make a day or even change a life.” – Michael Josephson The post Appreciation appeared first on What Will Matter.

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A Leader’s Vision

A Leader’s Vision

“Great leaders are both idealistic and realistic. They have a grand vision and great goals. They seek to close the gap between what is and what can be but they have no illusions that success is either certain or simple.” – Michael Josephson The post A Leader’s Vision appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Great Leaders

“Great leaders have great character.” – Eleanor Roosevelt “Fame is a vapor, popularity an accident, and riches take wings. Only one thing endures and that is character.” – Horace Greeley The post Great Leaders appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Time

“Time is not something you FIND or MAKE – the clock and the calendar move on at their own pace. Your choice is how you USE IT.” – Michael Josephson The post Time appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Don’t Waste Your Time or Sap Your Energy On Worry

“Worry never robs tomorrow of its sorrow, it only saps today of its joy.” – Leo Buscaglia “Worrying is like a rocking chair, it gives you something to do, but it gets you nowhere.” – Glenn Turner The post Don’t Waste Your Time or Sap Your Energy On Worry appeared first on What Will Matter.

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The Art of Living

The Art of Living

You have mastered the art of living when you can face. 1. Trouble with courage 2. Disappointment with cheerfulness 3. Difficulties with determination 4. Success with humility 5. The future with optimism The post The Art of Living appeared first on What Will Matter.

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