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Brandon Jones
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Attorney, entrepreneur, strategist, writer, and experienced leader, Meg Zampino, explains why it is so important to surround yourself with great people. When you surround yourself with great people, you can accomplish a lot even if you don’t know all the answers. Meg and I also discussed becoming a leader, recognition, and trust.

How do you effectively use great people to do great things? What do you do to surround yourself with great people? Check it out and let me know what you think!

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Attorney, entrepreneur, strategist, writer, and experienced leader, Meg Zampino, explains why it is so important to surround yourself with great people. When you surround yourself with great people, you can accomplish a lot even if you don’t know all the answers. Meg and I also discussed becoming a leader, recognition, and trust.

How do you effectively use great people to do great things? What do you do to surround yourself with great people? Check it out and let me know what you think!

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Attorney, entrepreneur, strategist, writer, and experienced leader, Meg Zampino, explains why it is so important to surround yourself with great people. When you surround yourself with great people, you can accomplish a lot even if you don’t know all the answers. Meg and I also discussed becoming a leader, recognition, and trust.

How do you effectively use great people to do great things? What do you do to surround yourself with great people? Check it out and let me know what you think!

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This is a jam packed episode with great value. The guest, Duke Okes, wrote three books and more than 60 articles on quality management topics. He frequently speaks to professional and trade audiences.

In this episode, Duke explains his experience where early in his career, he had a defining moment that drove him to spend five years studying fields on the people side of organizations. He studied organizational psychology, organizational development, and any other topic related to the human side of organizations.

We also covered a variety of other topics including leadership influence, public speaking, business place ethics, and neuroscience. Check it out and let me know what you think!

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This is a jam packed episode with great value. The guest, Duke Okes, wrote three books and more than 60 articles on quality management topics. He frequently speaks to professional and trade audiences.

In this episode, Duke explains his experience where early in his career, he had a defining moment that drove him to spend five years studying fields on the people side of organizations. He studied organizational psychology, organizational development, and any other topic related to the human side of organizations.

We also covered a variety of other topics including leadership influence, public speaking, business place ethics, and neuroscience. Check it out and let me know what you think!

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This is a jam packed episode with great value. The guest, Duke Okes, wrote three books and more than 60 articles on quality management topics. He frequently speaks to professional and trade audiences.

In this episode, Duke explains his experience where early in his career, he had a defining moment that drove him to spend five years studying fields on the people side of organizations. He studied organizational psychology, organizational development, and any other topic related to the human side of organizations.

We also covered a variety of other topics including leadership influence, public speaking, business place ethics, and neuroscience. Check it out and let me know what you think!

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Guest, Kevin Sorbello, explains the conflicts between leadership and management. Leaders change and adapt to the environment and managers maintain the status quo with the focus on doing it better.

We also discussed why continuous learning is essential for both leaders and managers. Kevin explained, “If you are not learning on a continual basis, you are not doing it right.”

What do you do to continuously learn? How do you improve daily? Check out this post and let me know your thoughts!

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Guest, Kevin Sorbello, explains the conflicts between leadership and management. Leaders change and adapt to the environment and managers maintain the status quo with the focus on doing it better.

We also discussed why continuous learning is essential for both leaders and managers. Kevin explained, “If you are not learning on a continual basis, you are not doing it right.”

What do you do to continuously learn? How do you improve daily? Check out this post and let me know your thoughts!

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Guest, Kevin Sorbello, explains the conflicts between leadership and management. Leaders change and adapt to the environment and managers maintain the status quo with the focus on doing it better.

We also discussed why continuous learning is essential for both leaders and managers. Kevin explained, “If you are not learning on a continual basis, you are not doing it right.”

What do you do to continuously learn? How do you improve daily? Check out this post and let me know your thoughts!

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Each day new opportunities come along. Would you be willing to accept this job? Will you move here? Can you please assist me with this? Can you attend this networking opportunity? This will be a great OPPORTUNITY for you… The list of opportunities goes on. In a world filled with opportunities, how do you know if an opportunity is right for you?

I use five questions on a regular basis to identify if an opportunity is right for me. Have you used these questions before? What questions do you ask when opportunity comes along? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below!
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