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Hey Boss, who is really running your business? Grow a pair and find out!

This week we feature a guest blog by New York Times best-selling author, Larry Winget. It is based on his new book, Grow a Pair.

I can’t recommend this book enough. Buy it now, and then buy another copy for that person you know needs to grow a pair. Continue reading

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Responsibility, Accountability, and Results

My friend Larry Winget (www.LarryWinget.com), blew up his Facebook following last week when he posted this comment:
“If your life sucks, it’s because you suck!”

A number of people missed Larry’s point. Your life isn’t defined by your circumstances unless you allow it. There are many people – like my friends W. Mitchell and Chad Hymas – who have refused to allow tragic circumstances that were not their fault define their lives. And, there are others whose lives have spiraled out of control despite living in ideal circumstances.

Circumstances can make it easier or more difficult to succeed. They can define your environment. But ultimately, the choice to be personally responsible and accountable is more important than your circumstances.
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Recover From Screw Up’s

Mistakes happen. The lawyers are paid to tell you the answer that will protect your legal interests, just like your CPA is paid to tell you the answer that will protect your tax interests. You, on the other hand, are responsible for making the best leadership decision. Continue reading

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