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The One Thing Every Manager Should Do

When I was a middle schooler, my math teacher had a pretty awesome program. Top-performing students could tutor classmates or kids from a lower grade. They could do it before or after school for about 45 minutes, twice a week, … Continue reading

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Embrace Fear, Don’t Fear It

One of my shortcomings is that way too often, I look at what I haven’t done yet. Worse still, I find myself wishing I could do all of it “right-now-or-in-the-near-future!” I haven’t: been outside the United States. found something I’m … Continue reading

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Pay Attention to Your Wellness Programs

The 2012 Healthiest Employers Employee Benchmark Report on wellness programs is out, thanks to Healthiest Employers LLC. It’s a pretty well-done report, too. I thank them for creating it. The report provided some very useful information, some of which can’t … Continue reading

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