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Kevin McKeown
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Kevin McKeown is LexBlog's President. His career spans 27+ years. Kevin's a veteran of Mitsubishi and other emerging technology/Internet companies. He's also an attorney licensed in two states. Kevin's blog is about the collision of social networking, leadership and the business of relationships. See: http://www.leadershipcloseup.com/. Enjoy the photography. For a snapshot of LexBlog, see: http://tinyurl.com/8x2x8q2
Kevin McKeown is LexBlog's President. His career spans 27+ years. Kevin's a veteran of Mitsubishi and other emerging technology/Internet companies. He's also an attorney licensed in two states. Kevin's blog is about the collision of social networking, leadership and the business of relationships. See: http://www.leadershipcloseup.com/. Enjoy the photography. For a snapshot of LexBlog, see: http://tinyurl.com/8x2x8q2

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The more difficulty that you have saying no, the more likely you are to experience stress and burnout...

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How People with Different #Conflict Styles Can Work Together. Seekers seem eager to engage in disagreements

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Why This #CEO Plans Out Every Minute of His Day -- Even Time to Think

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Paying attention to the moment —instead of multitasking — is a key to happiness and success

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Successful people seek out and surround themselves with the people who energize them and help them find their mojo

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When it comes to making money, certain good habits push us forward while some bad habits deter us

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Navigating the future of #work — what do you see? Zooming out to see the big picture: http://buff.ly/2tjGlCR
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Purposeful Values + Purposeful Habits = Purposeful Culture — Why Culture and Purpose Must Align Within the Workplace

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Employees and #executives inclined to jump ship if they don’t have opportunities to develop #digital skills.

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Leaders find ways to "disrupt established behaviors to help employees break out of culture-weakening routines."
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