The Brilliance in Conflict

By Amilya Antonetti

My mission is to get everyone to recognize their own unique gifts and abilities, and those of the people around them. People want to be seen, heard, and understood. If you understand me, then I don’t have to apologize for my shortcomings and vice versa. I believe that everyone is here to do something and we are all connected in what is often referred to as the butterfly effect—we just

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Dippin' Dot Neutrinos

By Kevin Manning

~~Looking all around us in every direction, there appears to be nothing but empty space between the objects in our view and ourselves. Actually, untold numbers of molecules of nitrogen, oxygen and other gases traverse the seeming void. Even well beyond the Earth's atmosphere, cosmologists still attempt to explain the mysterious dark matter that pervades the universe at large. Though everything

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Great Leaders Unleash the Power of Aspriration

By Lawrence Polsky

Mediocre leaders focus on having their teams perform carefully proscribed functions for pay. But those companies that excel, those that create extraordinary results in the challenging world of business are those whose leaders raise the bar to exceptional heights with aspirational ambitions.Aspirational ambitions are established by smart leaders who understand the nature of people. They know

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How to Create The Team Culture That Won Olympic Gold

By Lawrence Polsky

When people talk about sports analogies in business, no one ever talks about crew teams. And the term that never gets talked about in great teams is “swing”.79 years ago this week, an underdog US Crew Team astonished Hitler and the world by winning the 1936 Olympic Gold in Germany. This story of true teamwork is told in recent best-seller Boys in the Boat. In the book, “swing

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The Biggest Misconception About Collaboration

By Lawrence Polsky

Traditional thinking is that collaboration is driven from the top down. The fatal assumption is this: that the leader sets a vision for teamwork and then people will eventually come along. In theory this makes sense, and some element of this is true. Yet it misses something essential: employees hold the keys.The fact is that much of collaborative process comes from the bottom up. Yes the leade

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9 Ways You Are Destroying Your Team

By Lawrence Polsky

In a program we ran with top executives of a multi-billion dollar company, the CEO asked us – “Why don’t we have this much fun at work?” So we asked back “What are you doing at work that is destroying teamwork?” This is what he and his team said:1.Create unreasonable time constraints. Be sure to overwhelm team members with impossible deadlines so the rea

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McCanns Digital & Physical Privacy Guide: Comprehensive Overview All 50 States

By Daniel Weiss

 
 

Handling Bad Inside a Cyber Era Private Investigative Firm

By Daniel Weiss

 
 

Progressive Pretzel Logic

By Autry J. Pruitt

This article originally appeared at The Hill.One of the problems with modern progressive thought in America today is that it lacks cohesion.  Big ideas conceived to usher in some sort of better, fairer, more equitable America ultimately collapse under the weight of implementation. What passes for logic in these progressive schemes ultimately twists itself into an ideological pretzel as th

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In Defense of Pence

By Autry J. Pruitt

This article originally appeared at American Spectator.Here is a sad but true confession. With every single political candidate, no matter the political party, I have to ask myself, “Do I believe in my heart that the candidate is a racist?”  The process is remarkably consistent, election year after election year. Some news outlet will report on some obscure blog or Tweet that

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