How to Make Anger and other “Weaknesses” Your Friend

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How to Make Anger and other “Weaknesses” Your Friend

“When you lose a parent young, it hardens you to life. Then you make a decision. Either you give in to it or you get back at it. Anger drove me to be ambitious. Anger-really constructive anger-is great,” said Dylan McDermott in a USA Weekend interview, as he spoke of losing his mother when he was 5.

I was reminded of coach Thomas Leonard’s attraction principles, which include, “Accept […]

How to Make Anger and other “Weaknesses” Your Friend2017-12-08T09:27:49+00:00

How to Share Power and Boost Prosperity by Reducing Bullying (What Are You Passionate About? Part 3)

You know the organizational cost of bullying: $188,136 for a single, pre-escalated conflict, using the Dana Measure. What lies underneath that behavior? The inability to share power, another of my passions. This is also how political stalemates and wars often begin, and consider their cost! (And wars entail a huge expenditure of resources-people-lives lost, rape; destruction of: livestock, crops, land, the environment)

Welcome back to the What Are You Passionate About? Series, where you have learned about how to increase your Cultural Intelligence by addressing Unconscious Bias as well as how to achieve Quadruple Bottom Line results.  These three topics all address […]

How to Share Power and Boost Prosperity by Reducing Bullying (What Are You Passionate About? Part 3)2017-12-08T09:27:49+00:00