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Compliance and the Illusion of Control

What is worse — doing something right for the wrong reasons or doing it wrong for the right reasons? Whenever we want somebody else to do something and we are in a position of power that question comes up. It

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Hope and Direction

This is a guest post by Michael Carey (@MLCarey321). It originally appeared on his own blog (click here for the source). Thank you to Michael that he allows to republish here. Make change come true: connect hope and direction. Click

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Can You Blame Blamers for Blaming?

This question may sound silly, but it reveals a real problem. What can you do when confronted with blaming? How should you react when somebody else accuses you of being a blamer? No matter if at home or at work:

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Six Tips for Self-Empowerment

Today you get another glimpse at the Lean Self Pocket Edition. Have a look at these six simple tips for self-empowerment Click To Tweet Empowerment has two roots – internal and external It can come from within yourself – this

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What is the Lean Self Quick Check?

Here is a short checklist: Find out if you apply the Lean Self principles: Define Value What are the deeper values hidden behind your more obvious goals? Which values are really your own? Which are driven by others? Eliminate Waste

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