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Stay close to your customer, even if it is cliche
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Several years ago I sat with one of my mentors and asked for his advice. He’d been a big-time CEO for several decades, and I felt like all of our…

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Momentum
Two easy ways to build momentum
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James is a young entrepreneur. He was recruited by seasoned entrepreneurs to help bootstrap a new venture. Together, he and other similarly recruited co-founders have been working under the tutelage…

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Why your leadership is falling flat
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For years I have been perplexed as to why certain individuals fail to inspire action and create momentum despite practicing what many might consider to be the best practices of leadership.…

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Leaders need managers
Why Great Leaders Require Great Managers
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Great leaders are not always great managers, but they must build an appreciation, a reliance, and a strong capability in management disciplines.

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Missing opportunities
Not Showing Up: A Reason for Missing Opportunities
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Are you showing up for the things that are important in your life? If not, you’re missing opportunities.

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You Need Vision to Make the Right Pivot - David DeWolf
Why You Need Vision to Make the Right Pivot in Your Business
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Why is vision so critical? Because without it, you can’t see where you’re going…as a business or an entrepreneur.

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4 Steps to Take Before Building Your Startup Team
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All too often I see product companies with nothing more than technology. No vision. No strategy. Nothing but an idea. Here are four steps you need to take BEFORE building your startup team.

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Taking Joy in Someone Else’s Success
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Sometimes, it’s more important to take joy in someone else’s success than it is to control what they do. As a business leader, you have to know when to let go and cheer.

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Do You Have Superman Syndrome? - David DeWolf
Do You Have Superman Syndrome?
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Here’s a reminder that the war is more important than the battle, especially for those of us with the tendency to let our Superman Syndrome take over.

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Go. NOW. - David DeWolf
Go, NOW: A Lesson for Entrepreneurs
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Here’s a lesson for entrepreneurs: make a decision and GO! There’s value in planning, but it’s more important to make a decision and GO.

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