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Take Your Blinders Off

We start off as amazing, creative and original beings who, over time, learn how to think, act and live like everyone else. I call it building the blinders. And with blinders, all we see is what is in front of us – the things that looks like what everyone else does. All we see is the same … Continue reading

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What Would Add Value and Make a Difference?

In great workplace job interviewing, the goal is to ask powerful questions that not only look to observe and assess the candidate’s talents, strengths and passions (all of which influence performance), but to ask questions that assess how that candidate would add value and make a difference in your workplace. This focus is meaningful for … Continue reading

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