Category Archives: Autonomy

The Power of Purpose-Driven Work

If I’ve heard it once, I’ve heard it a thousand times. People don’t like to work like they used to. They try to do as little as possible. It’s too much trouble to manage a workforce. And because of this … Continue reading

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Get Personal in Business, Have Fewer Problems, Make More Money

My Dad used to say that Business is Business, and Personal is Personal. I think he was advising me not to mix my personal life with my professional life. It sounded like good advice, at the time, but the longer … Continue reading

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Stop All the Workplace Excuses

Frustrated executives and managers are always asking these kinds of questions. Why were those projects never finished? Why aren’t these processes working right? Why are we still doing that? Checking into the reasons, they hear the same things over and … Continue reading

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