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Negotiation Series: Interests and Positions

Negotiation Series: Interests and Positions

Negotiation Series: Power Play (Emotional Detachment)

Opportunity Is “Evergreen”

It’s Christmas Eve. By now, if you celebrate Christmas, you’ve sent out party invitations, decorated your home, hung the lights, and perhaps, bought and adorned your real (or artificial) Christmas

Servant Leadership and Friends of Peter

Servant Leadership and Friends of PeterFriends of Peter (FOP) is a gathering of unique and beautiful individuals with eclectic skills and talents. FOP is many things. FOP is networking with

Perseverance and Patience

Mark Patterson, a dear friend of mine, recently read my April 4th blog entry (“Purpose, Perseverance, Patience: Are You an Oak Tree or an Onion?”) and asked me to elaborate

Purpose, Perseverance, Patience: Are You an Oak Tree or an Onion?

An oak tree takes almost 100 years to completely mature. On the other hand, an onion takes about 100 days. But when the storm of life hits, one will stand

The Little Box and a Number

My mentor from afar, the late Jim Rohn, used to share “the little box and a number” story to inspire action. Here is my adaptation of the story. Johnny, a

On Leadership: How to Change People without Offending or Arousing Resentment (by Dale Carnegie)

Begin with praise and honest appreciation. Call attention to people’s mistakes indirectly. Talk about your own mistakes before criticizing the other person. Ask questions instead of giving direct orders. Let

Definition of Leadership

Definition of leadership in one word: INFLUENCE. To influence is to lead. And to lead is to exercise influence.

Leadership

On Leadership by Jim Rohn “Leaders, whether in the family, in business, in government, or in education, must not allow themselves to mistake intentions for accomplishments.” “Managers help people to