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Unlikely People – Better Results

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Unlikely People – Better Results

This post is part of our 2016 Team Buzz Builder Guest Blogger series. Today we are pleased to introduce you to passionate communication coach, Dawn-Marie Cornett.

You know those movies with the wise but overlooked janitor or gardener? Most of us love a character in a film that quietly goes about their work while noticing everything and occasionally dispensing that all-important bit of advice that saves the day. Why don’t we believe that »

Giving Our Lives

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Giving Our Lives

This post is part of our 2016 Team Buzz Builder Guest Blogger series. Today we are pleased to introduce you to Greg Richardson, author of the Strategic Monk blog.

October is serious Autumn. Growing season is over. We push ourselves to finish harvesting what we have produced this year. The days are becoming shorter, the air is getting crisper and cooler. It is sweater weather. We are focused on preparing to get through another »

Great Things Happen When We Let Go of Knowing How to Do It

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Great Things Happen When We Let Go of Knowing How to Do It

This post is part of our 2016 Team Buzz Builder Guest Blogger series. Today we are pleased to introduce you to Juan Arroyo.

This one is a lesson in story form.

In February 2015, I was getting certified as a John Maxwell Team coach, speaker and trainer. Everything was going well until Paul took the stage and said: “Suspend the requirement of knowing how.”

As soon as I heard it, my brain »

Levers of #Influence

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Levers of #Influence

This post is part of our 2016 Team Buzz Builder Guest Blogger series. Today we are pleased to introduce you to David Sparks, author of the inspiring SparkVoice blog.

Years ago I took a team position inside of major manufacturing company with no direct reports, but one that required specific outcomes. To achieve any positive outcome in my new role, influence was a must.

Over the last five years, I have discovered that to succeed »

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