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Giver’s Gain (#145)

Cutco knives are to direct selling what Harvard is to business school. The legendary knife company has put hundreds of thousands of students through its sales training program, sent them out into the world to…

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World-Class (#142)

Ann Miura-Ko grew up as a first-generation American. Like millions before them, her parents immigrated to the U.S. in search of a better life and more opportunity. Her parents also had high expectations of their…

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Great Expectations (#128)

“I have high expectations and I know you can meet them.” This is one of the most important messages a leader can covey to their team, according to best-selling author, Daniel Coyle. Coyle devoted his…

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Impostor Syndrome (#127)

This past week, I finished a three-year Entrepreneurial Masters Program (EMP) alongside 65 incredible classmates from 30 different countries around the world. Our keynote speaker on the second day had graduated from the program ten years…

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Good Timing (#120)

Timing can be a big factor in success. Yet, we often ascribe positive outcomes to luck and assume it’s something we have no control over. It turns out, we do. Over our lifetime and within…

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Having Potential (#119)

Much of our motivation in life is driven by two feelings that are often at different ends of the emotional spectrum: inspiration and discomfort. This week, the focus is on discomfort. A few months ago,…

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Clutch Performers (#113)

Over the past two weeks, we all witnessed a lot of “clutch” performances in the Olympics. From Shawn White’s gold medal-winning run in the half pipe to Ester Ledecka becoming the first woman to earn…

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