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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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Jan 14th, 2015
From Mark Sanborn: First, it used to be enough to promise value to make the sale. If a client believed you could deliver, they gave you a chance. Today...
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Jan 5th, 2015
From Joe Calloway: 1. Spend more time with your kids. Nothing but good can come from it. 2. Stop waiting for someone else to “fix it.” Go fix it yourse...
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Dec 22nd, 2014
From Larry Winget: Mine should be called what I relearned this year: Time spent with friends is worth every minute and every dollar invested. A few day...
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Dec 4th, 2014
For 25 years, The Five Friends have spent the bulk of their lives in hotels, airports and restaurants.  While they have much in common both personally ...
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Nov 24th, 2014
From Mark Sanborn: “You can have it all.”  No, you really can’t. Some of the unhappiest people I know are those who bought into that whopper. They lack...
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Nov 4th, 2014
You and your business are more likely to become irrelevant before you ever become obsolete. Blackberry is a great example. Its market share for smartph...
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Oct 27th, 2014
From Larry Winget: Role models are nothing more than a reflection of what we value. When we value honesty, integrity, doing the right thing, morals, go...
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Oct 10th, 2014
From Joe Calloway: OK – here’s my answer. It’s the answer for me and not necessarily for you.  The answer is that you don’t work with a jerk.  My...
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Sep 25th, 2014
From Randy Pennington: It depends on your definition of “teamwork.”  It is absolutely critical if you define teamwork as everyone having a shared visio...
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Sep 15th, 2014
From Mark Sanborn: The worst enemy of business? Indifference. Indifference is a lack of concern, interest or sympathy and it hurts business in two area...