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Monday Quote: What are you looking at?

Mon Quote losers visualize failure

Make sure that the second person is you! Please visit our Facebook Page to leave your comment or question. I visit it every day and look forward to hearing from you and expanding our discussion of this subject.

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Monday Quote of the Week: Are You Looking For The Little Things?

Mon Quote little difference is important

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Monday Quote of the Week: Which one of these are you?

Mon Quote complain hope for change or adjust the sails

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Monday Quote: There’s never too much of this.

Mon Quote training is everything

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Monday Quote of the Week: What are you paying attention to?

Mon Quote old I get more watch what people do

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Monday Quote of the Week: What do think? Truth or Not?

Isn’t this an easy but poor habit to fall into? The power of this quote is that we recognize it is too often true. We aren’t really seeking “another opinion” or a “challenging” point of view, at least not often enough. Let this be a valuable reminder that the best ideas emerge from differing opinions,…

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Monday Quote of the Week: Do you remember that ol’ “seats on the bus” thing?

Mon Quote 06-11-18 Judge a fish

This is so crucial, I’ll say it again: You’ve got to get everyone in the right seat on the bus. You may recall an earlier quote from the infamous Raymond Reddington, which addresses this issue from a different angle. If you pay close attention to this, talk to your people and truly understand their interests…

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