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Tony Curl

Don’t Hold Back

Too often, people hold back on chasing their dreams and doing stuff, simply for fear of what others may think of them. They hold back for fear of being looked upon as silly, stupid or a failure.

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My Daily Jumpstart

“It is a terrible thing to see and have no vision.” - Helen KellerTo buy into a Vision, you must first buy  into the person. Character and Integrity builds trust, which enables you to "see"

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Do you Add or Subtract?

As Leaders, we all would believe that we add value to the people who we lead. But do you do so Intentionally. When you share your thoughts and experiences, you are teaching....but are you adding

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Do you have a Coping Strategy?

Do you have a Coping Strategy?

It is an interesting world out there, and at first hand can sometimes be a bit overwhelming. When a pressured assignment or project is underway, in all likelihood teams get through on adrenalin or the

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The Next Thing!

The Next Thing!

  My leadership team, recently undertook an enormous challenge over a nine week period. It was challenging and very high pressure. We recently had an extensive debrief on the challenge with a counselor and it

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Energy and Active Learning

Energy and Active Learning

"If you are going to make a mistake son, make it at full pace", was an adage my old football coach used to state often. No gain was ever likely from holding back, or doing

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Reward for Reflection

Reward for Reflection

Many leaders still struggle with the concept of reflection. The reasons are varied, but would appear that it is due in part through some form of a guilt complex. The guilt complex that says that

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Creating Your Vision

Creating Your Vision

  We all know what Vision is? Don't we. Most companies have a Vision for themselves, most of which is owned to varying degrees, depending on the company. But do you have a vision for

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The Catalyst

The Catalyst

One day, we all face a catalyst for change. When it happens,  our atttude determines how we face that moment. Do we look it straight in the eye and stare it down, or do we

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