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Correctly Labeling Roadblocks

Just last week, my hometown of Detroit officially filed for bankruptcy. Although I no longer live in Detroit, I spent a majority of my life there and will always feel an emotional attachment. Although Detroit’s problems are deep-seeded and this bankruptcy was decades in the making, I am optimistic that Detroit’s best years lie ahead [...]

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Riding Your Business To Success

Outside of StatupNation, my passion is for Arabian horses. Horsemanship is a fine art that requires patience and a large quantity of self-reflection. This is because, as a rider, you have to communicate in the most simple and intuitive way what action you want the horse to perform. When I first entered the world of [...]

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Got These 3, Key Communication Tools?

We all know that communicating with your associates, customers and team members is a key to success, but with taxes, events, monthly meetings, and everything else going on at your organization right now, your communications efforts may be lagging. Here are three, key questions to ask yourself to help stay on track with your business [...]

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Monday Morning Mojo: The Power of Compassionate Listening

At the end of the day, our success in business and the overall quality of our lives starts and stops with how we relate to people. How we interact with others and who we’re being when we interact with them directly affects our life experience as well as our outcomes. Communication that leaves others feeling [...]

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Bookshelf: The Victorian Internet

I have written on social applications before, but just read this book and it made me re think how we approach technology.  From Amazon: Imagine an almost instantaneous communication system that would allow people and governments all over the world to send and receive messages about politics, war, illness, and family events. The government has tried [...]

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