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November 2013 Blog Posts (4)

Monday Morning Motivator: RE-IGNITING THE SPIRIT

RE-IGNITING THE SPIRIT

 

With the fiftieth anniversary of President Kennedy's death, we've once again become fixated by his assassination, partly because of the news media - and partly, I guess, because it's human nature to play and re-play that beyond terrible moment in Dallas when our hearts broke and the whole world grieved...the day when we knew nothing would ever be the same again.…

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Added by Gail Blanke on November 25, 2013 at 5:00am — No Comments

Monday Morning Motivator: Roger's Song

Roger’s Song

One of all-time my favorite clients was a guy who worked for an asset management company. His CEO had told him to beef up his communications skills. Well, this became one of the easiest assignments I’d ever had. Early in our conversation, Roger and I started to talk about sports. It turned out that Roger had been a star on his high school soccer team. We talked about his toughest game, one that he’d helped pull out of the fire to win the league…

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Added by Gail Blanke on November 18, 2013 at 5:00am — No Comments

Monday Morning Motivator: GRACE UNDER PRESSURE...WINS

GRACE UNDER PRESSURE...WINS

 

 

Hitting below the belt or thereabouts, seems to be de riguer lately. "Confrontational" doesn't even begin to describe how many of us behave in what are supposed to be reasonable, "fact-finding" conversations. (Although discovering "facts" doesn't seem as important as collecting scalps.) "Conflagrational" seems a more accurate description. 

 

Okay, what I'm describing…

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Added by Gail Blanke on November 11, 2013 at 5:00am — No Comments

Monday Morning Motivator: IT'S TODAY AGAIN!

IT'S TODAY AGAIN!

 

There was a very cute guy whom I dated a hundred years ago at Yale Drama School, who walked into class one sunny morning and said apropos of absolutely nothing, "Oh look! It's today again!" We all looked at him like he was crazy. In fact, he was sort of crazy which was part of his charm - both on stage and off. He had a lot of positive…

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Added by Gail Blanke on November 4, 2013 at 5:00am — No Comments

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