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Conflict Resolution: A Lesson From N2's Care Team Leader

Our Home Office was recently graced with a visit from N2’s Care Team leader, David Clyde. The go-to guy for help and advice on emotional care (anxiety, depression, marriage, you name it), “DC” gathered everyone to...
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Still Seeking

My three-year-old son, Max, is all about hide-and-seek right now. And he hides like a three-year-old – in the exact same spot under our kitchen table every time. He isn’t even quiet.“Where ...
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How NOT to Ramp-Up

I began working in sales as soon as I graduated college and never looked back. Early on, my selling success came down to two simple tasks: convincing businesses to sign on the dotted line and moving on to the ...
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Six Lessons in Parenting I Learned From Business

In 2007, I acquired a brand-new title that freaked me out: Dad. By this time, I had led and coached small businesses for 10 years, and was beginning to feel comfortable in that role ...
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Culture In “The Field”

When people hear “company culture,” they often think it’s a term synonymous with office environment, like whether or not there are free snacks or Casual Fridays or an in-office gym. Of course, those things are ...
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The Low-Down On Ramp-Up

“Nothing worth having comes easy.”Yes, it is cliché to kick off with a quote from a past president, but what can you do if Roosevelt simply put it best? I mean, we’re talking about ramping-up a brand-new publi...
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The Arrival Fallacy

Every person, at one time, has thought the following: “If only ____ would happen, then I would be happy!” Or, “Once I accomplish ____, things will be better!”But once that “wish” comes...
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