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4 Tips to Receive and Respond to Feedback

Patrick Nelson, May 2, 2016

4 Tips to Receive and Respond to Feedback

Learning to receive feedback is just as important as learning to deliver it. My youngest brother, an aspiring entrepreneur and current soldier in the Army, will be transitioning out of the military next year. He… Read More


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Open Hand or Closed Fist?

Angie Morgan, April 25, 2016

Open Hand or Closed Fist?

When people are genuinely happy at the success of others, the pie gets larger. – Steven Covey Do you adopt an abundance or scarcity mentality? Do you see opportunity everywhere and share freely with complete… Read More


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Communicate Better: How to Open the Listener’s “Inner Door”

Sean Lynch, April 18, 2016

Communicate Better

Leaders work with and through others to achieve success. Therefore, leaders need to convey messages in ways that will allow others to let those messages in and act upon them. Most people have an inner… Read More


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Timeless Advice

Courtney Lynch, April 11, 2016

Timeless Advice

I am fortunate to have a mentor that I’ve known for ages. In high school she seemed incredibly glamorous and sophisticated. I recently saw her, and she’s still glamorous and sophisticated. Sandra is also incredibly… Read More


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How Do You Respond to Failure?

Patrick Nelson, April 4, 2016

How to Move Past Failure

Think of one of your biggest failures. How did you respond? Did you kick yourself while you were down or did you pull yourself up? Leaders understand that failure happens. They do not ruminate on… Read More


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Why Demonstrate Empathy?

Sean Lynch, March 28, 2016

Why Demonstrate Empathy?

Is empathy a squishy concept that makes you uncomfortable? Is it incompatible with hard-nosed business decisions? Empathy is a valuable skill in the workplace. Most of us work on teams. We must be able to… Read More


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What is a Spark? [Video]

Angie Morgan, March 21, 2016

Leadership isn't defined by positional authority; it's defined by action and behavior. Lead Star's new book, Spark: How to Lead Yourself and Others to Greater Success, hits shelves early next year. In this short video,… Read More


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Greater Success Requires Better Thinking

Courtney Lynch, March 14, 2016

Greater Success Requires Better Thinking

While taking action can be comforting, lots of action without lots of thinking does not create breakthrough success. For twenty years I’ve had the opportunity to meet and work with thousands of successful leaders. I’ve… Read More


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