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Rhino Foresight

Rhino Foresight

By • on March 16, 2010

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 they are not anticipating their own next move, but rather their worthy opponents. They not only plan their next five or six moves in advance, they base

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Do You Own Your Time?

Do You Own Your Time?

By • on November 18, 2009

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 heard it another way: “Do you control how you Spend Your Time?” You already know that time

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The Ultimate Marketing Guru: The Rhino

The Ultimate Marketing Guru: The Rhino

By • on October 28, 2009

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 look. The rhino is actually one of nature’s master communicators. He uses an elaborate combination

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Set Your Thermostat on Success

Set Your Thermostat on Success

By • on October 5, 2009

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 amazing role in our daily lives. Think about it. With the simple push of a finger, a thermostat creates

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Re-Engage Your Leadership Communication Today

Re-Engage Your Leadership Communication Today

By • on September 8, 2009

Three Ways You Can Re-Engage Your Leadership Communication Today: 1. Mean what you say and do what you say you will do. 2. Stop and listen to your team before you speak. 3. Everyone matters.Throw out old communication habits and using email as the primary form of communication. Work to communicate on

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Negativity is a Virus you Can’t Afford

Negativity is a Virus you Can’t Afford

By • on May 18, 2009

About.com’s Susan Heathfield on “Curing Employee Negativity” – I really identified with Susan Heathfield’s post on curing employee negativity on her blog. Particularly where Heathfield notes, “When employers understand the causes of employee negativity and put in place measures to prevent

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Rhino-Leaders: Why do these people excel?

Rhino-Leaders: Why do these people excel?

By • on May 5, 2009

PETER DRUCKER SAID, “It is easy to look good in a boom.” In a recession, it’s easy for leaders to say, “Times are tough. Nobody’s doing well. We expect a downturn in sales.” But what if leaders cultivated the mind-set that they can make money and thrive in any economy? Where can we find

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The Rhino Cannot See Where He is Going If He is Unsure about Where He Has Been!

The Rhino Cannot See Where He is Going If He is Unsure about Where He Has Been!

By • on April 30, 2009

The mighty Rhino is always exact about where he is going. That may not seem like an outstanding trait to those who have the same 360° vision capabilities as a Rhino, but it is an exemplary feat for most of us. The fact of the matter is that while it might seem like a great quality to know exactly where

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One Rhino, Many Herds

One Rhino, Many Herds

By • on April 10, 2009

While I am sure that most people understand that there are many aspects of leadership, they may not fully understand that there are many places in which to display leadership qualities. If you are a leader, you cannot just be a leader in one aspect of your life. If you are a true leader, you are a leader

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The Rhino’s A-W-A-R-D & R-E-W-A-R-D

The Rhino’s A-W-A-R-D & R-E-W-A-R-D

By • on April 7, 2009

If you are on level five of leadership, first of all let me say, “Congratulations!” You have worked very hard for a very long time and you deserve to be where you are. No one knows more than you all of the hard work and dedication that you have put into your career and your life, in general. Unless

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