Archive for the ‘Casey Reason’ Category

Mistakes and Failures: A Valuable Teacher or Blunt Force Trauma?

John Dewey famously said that “Failure is instructive.”  To that, I boldly say, maybe.  The point of this blog is to help you think differently about mistakes and failures in your life and indeed use them to help you grow. Our Fear of Failure Anyone reading this blog has probably experienced the fear of failure. Sadly, fear of failure oftentimes […]

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Do You Want Higher Levels of Performance? Take a Lesson in Courage.

You and I both aspire to higher levels of performance.  Perhaps one of the best ways to think about how to make that growth happen is to reflect on something that drives most of us on a daily basis. The engines in our cars. Let’s say you decide that you want to start using your automobile to pull your boat […]

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Top Producers are ALWAYS Teaming for Compounded Interest

Albert Einstein is said to have stated that “the power of compound interest is the most powerful force in the universe.” Compound interest is the addition of interest to the principal sum. By reinvesting interest, the base grows larger and when that base grows again by a percentage, the amount of growth is compounded. Bankers and financial planners will regale […]

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Are You More than 50 Miles from Home?: Outsourcing Leadership Development

Reagan era politician and well-known political strategist Edwin Meese is famous for saying the following: “An expert is somebody who is more than 50 miles from home, has no responsibility for implementing the advice he gives, and shows no sides.”—Edwin Meese Sage wisdom, and it’s even truer today for leadership development.  Why?  Let’s break it down. More than 50 miles […]

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