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Why No One Cares What You Have To Say

No One Cares

People love to talk about themselves. For many of us, “Me” is our favorite topic of discussion. We love to talk about our experiences, share what we know, and give other people advice. I often wonder if we realize that nobody is listening. Our words are falling on deaf ears. There is another way to interact with people that will build deep and lasting relationships.

Here are three practices for making a real impact on the lives of other people:

1. Stop Talking About Yourself and Your Interests

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My 2015 Coaching Cohort

Over the last 15 years, I have coached hundreds of leaders toward personal and organizational success. Though I get dozens of coaching requests each month, I am simply unable to say yes to all. For quite a while I have

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3 Coaching Spots Opening. Interested?

Over the next couple of months I will be taking on three new leaders to coach. I am writing this blog post today because you may be interested in being one of these three leaders. Over the past 10 years I

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What Should we Do with our Older People?

Now that I am well into my 40’s, I constantly notice how youthful society seems. Those of you in your 50’s, 60’s and 70’s probably see this even more. Everyone looks young. News broadcasters look younger than ever; people far

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How to Move from Bad Cop to Good Cop as a Leader

One of the primary issues that leaders face is managing well the people or teams that they oversee. Lead Pastors often wrestle with the tension between being authority to paid staff and being friend/mentor/developer to the paid staff that they

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