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    Five real friends. All are world-renowned authors, speakers, trainers, coaches
    and consultants. Five points of view. Five perspectives. Less than five minutes to read.

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Jun 8th, 2015
From Mark Sanborn: My father spoke much good advice with me, but he demonstrated even more. What impacted me most happened one holiday season when I wa...
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May 19th, 2015
From Joe Calloway: Scout is a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel.   He teaches three great lessons: Be glad to see everybody. Scout breaks out into massive ...
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May 11th, 2015
From Randy Pennington: We fired the service that had done all of our lawn care, landscaping, tree trimming, and holiday lights for 17 years. There wasn...
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Apr 24th, 2015
Businesses want people to be creative and unique in order to help them be different and distinctive. But is that always the best approach. Viewers of K...
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Apr 13th, 2015
This is the first reader question we have answered in the Five Friends blog. It seems many want to know how we all got started in this business and we ...
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Mar 30th, 2015
In our last blog, The Five Friends each gave their opinion about what they considered to be the biggest problems facing businesses in the next five yea...
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Mar 13th, 2015
From Mark Sanborn: The biggest challenge businesses will face in the next five years is meeting increasing customer expectations. There is a current di...
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Mar 2nd, 2015
From Randy Pennington: This is a difficult question for me. I think I do pretty well at staying current in order to stay relevant in my professional li...
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Feb 14th, 2015
From Larry Winget: If you have lousy employees, it’s because you are a lousy employer.  Your employees will be no better than you are.  Fix yourself fi...
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Feb 2nd, 2015
From Scott McKain: Employees should remember EVERYONE is replaceable – those who aren’t distinctive get replaced first. Steve Jobs died in 2011.  Apple...