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Back with his second book, From Suck to Success: A Guide for Extraordinary Entrepreneurship, Todd Palmer CEO of Extraordinary Advisors, says that we need to change our internal language from a fixed, victim mindset, to a growth mindset and anchor ourselves into the purpose of what we want. 

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Otros episodios de "Happiness at Work"

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    The Keys to Creating Psychological Safety With People Who Aren't Like You


    The best leaders are relatable, equitable, aware and loyal, says LaTonya Wilkins, founder of The Change Coaches, LLC and author of Leading Below the Surface: How to Build Real and Psychologically Safe Relationships with People Who Are Different from You. Learn why one of the easiest ways to making people feel safe is by listening and how true cultural change needs to happen below the surface. For more happiness, visit www.management30.com 
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    Why Leaders Need to Check Their Egos at the Door


    Once you realize you’re wrong don’t let your ego get in the way, says Valerie Patrick, president of Fulcrum Connection LLC and author of the new book When Bad Teams Happen to Good People. The biggest problem with teams is not enough planning and too much focus on content, she said. Teams need address leadership problems and create an environment where all team members can be productive. For more happiness, visit www.management30.com 
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    How Making Hard Decisions Creates a Succesful Culture


    Organizations need to create higher trust and measure impact if they want to maintain and create a thriving culture, says Erik Fogg, co-founder and Chief Operating Officer at ProdPerfect and interluding political author and business book ghost-writer. Find out why making hard decisions and ensuring each employee has a clearly articulated answer to the question, why am I here and why am I doing this, is key to creating a thriving company. For more happiness, visit www.management30.com 
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    The Secret to Combatting Change Fatigue


    Human beings were only wired to deal with a certain amount of change, says Jake Jacobs, CEO and founder of Real Time Strategic Change and author of the new book Leverage Change: 8 Ways To Achieve Faster, Easier, Better Results. Too much change can leads to anxiety, stress, decreased performance, decreased energy and can have enormous consequences for people, he says. The secret to combatting change fatigue is focusing on the things that will stay the same, he says. For more happiness, visit www.management30.com 
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    Why Feedback is the Most Toxic Barrier to Human Growth


    When you get anything from the outside you don’t trust yourself, says Carol Sanford, CEO and author of numerous books including: No More Feedback: Cultivate Consciousness at Work. Find out why Carol says feedback should be abolished in exchange for self-observation. When we don’t learn self observationm we can’t see that we’re projecting onto other people. People wake up and become alive when they’re in charge of their own growth. For more happiness, visit www.management30.com 
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    Why you don't have to tolerate a toxic work culture


    There is half a trillion dollars of lost productivity because of people calling in sick to work because they don't want to work with someone, says Peter Economy, Wall Street Journal best-selling author. Known for his wildly successful book, Managing for Dummies, Peter's launched his newest book: Wait, I’m Working With Who?!? because he realized how pervasive toxic workplaces, toxic colleagues and toxic bosses were. People need to have the courage to confront to take on toxicity, not just tolerate it, he says. For more happiness, visit www.management30.com 
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    The Importance of Causing Trouble in Every Area of Your Life


    Self proclaimed, creative troublemaker, Josh Linkner, says we have to challenge assumptions and never stay still for too long if we want to be successful. A business leader and New York Times bestselling author of, Big Little Breakthroughs, Josh started his career as a jazz guitarist and then went on to become the founder and CEO of five tech companies, which sold for a combined value of over $200 million. Find out why Josh says we underestimate the risk of standing still and why we should focus on micro innovations that can lead to big breakthroughs. For more happiness, visit www.management30.com 
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    The Culture Killers Your Company Needs To Get Rid Of


    There are unwritten rules that people adopt without realizing them and these can kill a culture, says Tom DeMarco, world-renowned software engineer, consultant, and author of more than 15 books including his newest Happy to Work Here: Understanding and Improving the Culture at Work. Tom says we need to constantly be creating new social capital and the best way to do that is to maximize the moments that aren't focused on work. Find out what that looks like in a post-Covid world where more people are working remotely, and what companies need to do to create thriving cultures where people feel connected to the purpose. For more happiness, visit www.management30.com 
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    The Three Questions to Ask if it's Time to Quit Your Job


    People prefer to be in an external situation where they can focus on the work but if you want to build a career you love you have to have the target first, says Sean Sessel, the head of the Oculus Institute and author of the upcoming book Science of Career Freedom. Take a scientific look at how to do career and personal invetory to find out if you're on the right trajectory, or if it's time to change course. For more happiness, visit www.management30.com 
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    What it Takes to Tune Into Your Purpose


    Once you know what you want to do it’s important to stay grounded and envision where you want to go and how you want to get there, says Rebekah Louisa Smith, founder of The Film Festival Doctor and author of the new book, Born to Do It: Becoming the Leader of a Business Niche Using Powerful Spiritual Techniques. Find out how Rebekah uses manifestation, cosmic boards and cosmic ordering to guide people into following their purpose and launching succesful businesses. For more happiness, visit www.management30.com 

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