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If You’re Not Failing You’re Not Succeeding!

If You’re Not Failing You’re Not Succeeding!

By Christian Warren • on March 31, 2014

Failure is the main ingredient in the recipe for success; its 10 parts education, 20 parts effort and 70 parts failure. So why do we hang our heads, lower our eyelids, and cover our mouths, drenched in shame and disgrace, when admitting our failures? It all starts with the competitive arena which has actually made it more difficult for leaders and individuals

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Set Your Thermostat on Success

Set Your Thermostat on Success

By Christian Warren • on January 8, 2014

Imagine the thermostat in your home. Get a good, clear picture of it. I know this is a strange request—I doubt you usually spend a lot of time pondering

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The Rhino’s Foresight : Checkmate

The Rhino’s Foresight : Checkmate

By Christian Warren • on May 15, 2012

The best chess players in the world will tell you that they are not just merely interested in the board game; they will tell you that they are strategists

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Early Morning Activity

Early Morning Activity

By Christian Warren • on August 18, 2011

George Washington once said, “Rise early, that by habit it may become familiar, agreeable, healthy, and profitable. It may, for a while, be irksome to

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Leadership

The Rhino Saw His Shadow

The Rhino Saw His Shadow

By Christian Warren • on February 5, 2014

Well, February 2nd has come and the Rhino did see his shadow, but then again, the Rhino always sees his shadow. But instead of dreading six more weeks

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The Power of Foresight in Leadership

The Power of Foresight in Leadership

By Christian Warren • on October 22, 2011

“A leader’s goal is not to see but to envision.” One of the most famous stories to this day of foresight is the example of General Electric

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Crash

Crash

By Christian Warren • on July 2, 2011

A group of geese is referred to as a gaggle; a group of bears is a clan. Is it surprising that a herd of Rhinos is called a crash? Now the word crash

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What's In The News

Running with the Rhinos earns top honors!

Running with the Rhinos earns top honors!

By Christian Warren • on November 26, 2008

USABookNews.com, the premiere online magazine and review website for mainstream and independent publishing houses, announced the winners & finalists

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To survive, we truly need Rhino Armor

To survive, we truly need Rhino Armor

By Christian Warren • on October 11, 2008

Interesting story in the NYTimes: “A Day (Gasp) Like Any Other” On irrational exuberance. One of the most important things we can all take

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Leading with Advantage

Leading with Advantage

By Christian Warren • on October 9, 2008

Read this story on the NYTimes: “As the Giants of Wall Street Topple, Smaller, Nimbler Rivals Move In” What’s interesting is how quickly

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Press Releases

Leading Business Author Says Stop Layoffs and Break Corporate Rut

Leading Business Author Says Stop Layoffs and Break Corporate Rut

By Editor • on October 3, 2008

Best-selling author and CEO Christian D. Warren calls for HP and other companies to stop layoffs and embrace courageous leadership initiatives. Orlando,

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Do You Own Your Time?

Has anyone ever asked you the question, “Do You Own Your Time®?” You’ve probably heard the question before, either asked aloud or whispered by that little voice inside your head. Or perhaps you’ve

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Successful Selling Requires Endurance – Part 1

John Maxwell once said, “If we’re growing, we’re always going to be out of our comfort zone.” In sales, that is particularly true today in light of the ongoing financial crisis

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The Sweet Smell of Success

Even though a Rhino possesses 360° visioning capabilities, their vision is considered blurry. However, their sense of smell is nearly impeccable. When attacking predators they generally rely on their

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The Rhino’s P-E-O-P-L-E

Happiness and honing are the two main objectives of the 2nd level, of the five levels of leadership. At the second level, people should become happy to follow you, as opposed to having to follow you because

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How Resilience Can Make or Break a Leader

Jack Welch, in his extraordinary book “Winning” notes resilience as one of the most important characteristics a leader can have: “The fourth characteristic [of senior leadership] is

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360-degree Vision OR Your Mother, the Rhino

While it is very easy to put on blinders and run through life, the rhino realizes that survival depends on constant observation and planning. A Rhinos vision can be likened to a mother’s vision-no matter

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Rhino Foresight

The best chess players in the world will tell you that they are not just merely interested in the board game; they will tell you that they are strategists whom enjoy an intellectual cat and mouse where

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Do You Own Your Time?

Has anyone ever asked you the question, “Do You Own Your Time®?” You’ve probably heard the question before, either asked aloud or whispered by that little voice inside your head. Or perhaps you’ve

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The Ultimate Marketing Guru: The Rhino

Tough times call for tough role models. And in the jungle, they don’t come any tougher than the rhino. The rhino may seem like an unlikely marketing guru in a recessionary environment, but take a second

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Set Your Thermostat on Success

Imagine the thermostat in your home. Get a good, clear picture of it. I know this is a strange request—I doubt you usually spend a lot of time pondering your thermostat. But it actually plays a pretty

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