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The One-Thing Rule for Email

What is the rule? Simply this: When writing an email, discuss only one topic. The corollary to the rule is that the subject line must accurately reflect the same topic.

Why Open Questions?

There is a beautiful tool that you can use to connect with others in a conversation: Open Questions. You may be asking, "What is an Open Question?" My answer is,…

Celebrate Milestones

There is something unique and special about passing a milestone. Whether it is completing a project or a task or simply taking a new step in a longer process, milestones…

Extreme Ownership Book Study

Join me with a week-by-week book study of the leadership principles presented by Jocko Willink and Leif Babin in Extreme Ownership. Feel free to add comments here or follow along…

No Bad Teams, Only Bad Leaders

Extreme Ownership Chapter 2 This is part of an ongoing series of chapter-by-chapter discussions on Jocko Willink and Leif Babin’s book, Extreme Ownership. This review covers Chapter 2: No Bad…

Book Review: The Proximity Principle

A couple of weeks ago, a friend of mine made a recommendation for three books. The titles included The Proximity Principle by Ken Coleman. Because I knew him, trusted him,…
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