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Don’t have anything to offer? Think again

Writing and maintaining a blog is tough. First of all, if you have a brain like mine, ideas are often hard to come by. That sounds counter intuitive given our day and age, but to come up with stuff that

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Posted in Attitude, Behavior, courage, Meaning, Persistent Adaptation, self-reflection

Potential doesn’t get you anywhere

I hear a lot about potential- A person has great potential; The potential for the business is incredible; That relationship has a lot of potential; His life is so full of potential The problem with potential is that it is

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Posted in adaptation, Attitude, Behavior, courage, resilience

Why working faster will make you less caring

An interesting study by John Darley and C. Batson entitled “The Good Samaritan” involved having seminary students write a speech. One group was assigned the topic of jobs available after graduation. The other group was given the task of giving

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Posted in Attitude, Behavior, Core Abilities, relational behavior, Relationships, resilience, Robust Collaboration, stress, Time management, work

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Jeff Vankooten is a speaker and author focusing on the power of resilience to effectively engage the challenges of change. He helps leaders, businesses, and organizations develop the skills necessary to thrive in an increasingly unpredictable business environment.
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