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Knowledge in Action

Concise, usable tips on putting brain-based leadership practices to work.

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Seven leadership practices that work. We explain the research behind why each practice works and offer suggestions on how you can use it to improve personal and professional success.

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Knowledge in Action

Concise, usable tips on putting brain-based leadership practices to work.

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Seven leadership practices that work. We explain the research behind why each practice works and offer suggestions on how you can use it to improve personal and professional success.

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Goals are Good But Habits Will Take You Further

We may not think about our habits often. Unlike goals, habits are not a one-time affair. We never "achieve" a habit. We can only strengthen it. By cultivating the right habits and routines, we will accomplish more in the long run.

Don’t Trust the Reviews

Before I decide what to buy, I read the reviews. The more time I spend online, the more confused and frustrated I become. There is there a better way. I will share with you my approach for navigating the review jungle to make better decisions. You can use the same approach to make any kind of decision at work or at home.

Don’t Fear Change—Fear Being Left Behind

A change whose time has come will be implemented, whether you like it or not. Will you be in the boat or treading water while the ship sails by? Or will you be on the bridge piloting the ship?

Bounce Back and Overcome Setbacks

The long-term consequences of an event (good or bad) are determined largely by our reaction to the event. This is good news. While we can’t control whether we experience bad events, we can learn to control our reaction to the events.

That’s a Mighty Personal Habit—How to Break Stubborn Routines

Anyone who’s ever tried to quit smoking, eat less or exercise more knows that changing personal habits is hard. The more often we repeat a routine behavior, the less we need to think about it. That’s one reason why entrenched behaviors are notoriously difficult to change—they happen without thinking.

Forget About Priorities—Choose Your Priority Instead

Are you concerned about setting priorities? It may surprise you to learn that the concept of priorities (plural) has been around for less than 100 years. Before that, life was simpler—there was only a singular priority.

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