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The Value of Humility in Leadership

The Value of Humility in Leadership

When we think of qualities that best embody leadership, what qualities come to mind? For many, even notable leadership “gurus” like Tony Robbins, terms like confidence, focus, vision, and resilience might top the list.  Other usual suspects might include decisiveness,...

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The Value of Solitude in Leadership

The Value of Solitude in Leadership

One of our favorite maxims is, “If you want to go quickly, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” While we find this to be largely true, there are times when being alone can help you go far. But the irony is, you actually have to slow down. As leaders, it’s...

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The Art of Being Served

The Art of Being Served

“It turns out, people will like us more when they put effort into the relationship. So we need to give them the opportunity to do that,” says New York Times Best-seller, Jon Levy.

Yet after years of leading a business organization built on the foundation of authentic relationships and a spirit of service, I’ve noticed a trend – most people have a hard time letting people help them. Read more for a closer look at how to strengthen our relationships in this powerful way.

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The Conditions Matter

The Conditions Matter

Leveraging What is Working to Make Great Things Happen This Summer
When you think about what is currently working in your life, what comes to mind? Your schedule, the rhythms you share with your family, working on projects you love, your health, your leadership, your business model? Think about how you can leverage the good conditions you are creating in one area of life and apply them to another area, so that you can really thrive and come alive this summer! Happy Memorial Day Weekend.

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Interconnected: The importance of choosing connection

In times of sorrow and tragedy as we experienced in the Boulder shooting this week, our interconnectedness becomes real. We are filled with empathy and feel the hurt and outrage as one, not as disconnected parts. This is being human. This is a call to…

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When It Takes A Toll

Lately, I’ve been experiencing what I once thought of as the February lull, when winter is unrelenting and the load of life feels heavy. But I’m not sure it’s just February this time…

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Should We Rethink?

How do we become open to challenge our beliefs and assumptions? JJ Abrams gives a hint into how he is able to think anew so that he can create new movies and characters that move us. “I never go into anything with a template for how it should or shouldn’t be.”

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A Fresh Look At A New Year: CTLF’s Theme for 2021

As we step into this New Year ahead, CTLF is thoughtfully planning conversations and opportunities for you to slow down, think about the things that matter, and find the space you need to step out of the noise and to be intentional. One thing is certain. You can count...

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The Breakthrough CEO: Culture as a Driver to Success

From CEO Forum Keynote on October 1 with Paul Sarvadi About Paul Sarvadi Paul Sarvadi is the Chairman & CEO of Insperity, a $4B public company he founded in 1986. He has 34 years of experience learning to think like a CEO who is always ready to take his company to...

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