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1: Run Toward the Roar

“Courage is being scared to death.. and saddling up anyway.” John Wayne
Learn the Four Reasons for Bravery and why it is important in the workplace. Are you a courageous leader? Learn what courageous leaders have in common.

2: Don’t Just Communicate, Connect

“Good communication is a stimulating as black coffee and just as hard to sleep after.” Anne Morrow Lindbergh
Do you know the four bylaws for connection? Why are they important to anyone who wishes to communicate effectively? This article will answer those questions.

3: Make Change Your Constant Ally

“There is nothing in the world constant but inconsistency.” Jonathan Swift
Has unwelcome change ever blindsided you? Change may enter your life in four different ways. Are you ready for these changes? Learn what Andy Grove did to overcome change as a result of a personal crisis.

4: Gain Power By Giving It Away

“Our power is not so much in us as through us.” Harry Emerson Fosdick
By giving power away, people have altered the course of countries, companies, communities and sports teams. Learn how they did it.

5: Practice Strategic Humility

“An open mind collect more riches than an open purse.” Will Henry
Do you practice strategic humility? Do you close the gap between what you know and don’t know by seeking out those who can fill it? Learn about the four motivations for humility and why they are important for you to better assess your capabilities.

6: Put Your Time Where It Really Counts

“Time is the most valuable thing that a man can spend.” Diogenes
How are you spending this most precious commodity, your time? Is time your enemy or your ally? Learn about the four strategies for investing your time wisely.

7: Throw Anger Away

“Anger, then, is not merely a feeling or a bodily response, it is an orientation to the world.” Jonathan Lear
Learn how entertainer, Gloria Estefan, overcame tragedies. The four sources of anger are identified and discussed. Five lessons illustrate how five people learned their way through anger and made things right.

8: Do The Right Thing

“The only obligation which I have the right to assume is to do at any time what I think is right.” Henry David Thoreau
Some people call it karma, others simply say, “What goes around, comes around.” In any event, people who do good for others usually receive the same in return. Learn the four motives for doing right. Have you found that the benefits outweigh the costs by doing the right thing? There are five lessons in the article profiling people who provide examples.

9: Give More Than You Receive

“If you haven’t any charity in your heart, you have the worst kind of heart trouble.” Bob Hope
Generosity. It begins in the heart, it begins at home, but is casts a pebble in a pond that can keep on creating ripples long after the act itself. There are four paths to generosity. Are you on one of these paths? Five lessons illustrating these paths are discussed.

10: Never, Never, Never Give Up!

“You’re never a loser until you quit trying.” Mike Ditka
Patience, Perseverance, Professionalism. These provide the most effective antidotes to frustration, fatigue, and failure. Your dreams can come true if you never give up. Are you on the verge of giving up? Four rewards for perseverance are discussed as are five examples of how persistence paid off.

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