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Confidence: The Key to Moving from Mediocre Leadership to Leadership Excellence!

“It’s hard to lead a cavalry charge if you think you look funny on a horse.” 
― Adlai E. Stevenson II

Going somewhere that others fear going requires courage, confidence, commitment, and candor.   265 more words

Leadership Development

"Leadership is Influence - Nothing More, Nothing Less!" ~ John Maxwell

Are you ready to lift your leadership lid? Contact me and let’s explore how I can add value to this process in your life. Telephone: 318-553-7315; Email: earlgrffn2@gmail.com.

Leadership

You Don't Deserve Anything

Tonight I was reading a popular website and an article caught my eye claiming different things that young adults deserve. I then went to Google and searched “ 689 more words

Coaching

Should Swim Practices be Open or Closed to Spectators?

I was following an online forum discussion among swim coaches about whether practices should be open or closed, and I was surprised at the diversity of opinion. 756 more words

Mighty Tritons

Training and the Carolina Cup

The last few months have gone by extremely fast. Its all been really good though and its pretty expected considering we had really no winter. There has been lots of time spent working in the office and getting things prepped for the 2014 summer season at Northstar ski resort and our Apex Bungy as well as Watermans Landing. 209 more words

Race Scene

Health Advocacy - The Four Key Concerns

It’s been said that people, in general, are looking for when they think about their encounters with the health care system or with health care providers. 483 more words

Healing

Will Retail Mortgage Platforms Weather the Perfect Storm in 2014?

With the compression of originations and closing in the mortgage industry as demonstrated by February 2014 being the slowest month of closing in the industry in 14 years, it begs the questions how are all the privately held independent mortgage companies prepared to survive the upcoming 6-9 months of brutal business conditions? 405 more words