Monthly Archives: December 2013

Happy New Year

On this New Year’s Eve, we get to make a choice of what we leave behind and what we take with us into the coming year. We get to choose our actions, goals, aspirations, dreams, and desires. We get to select a belief in all of the possibilities or all of the problems that could …

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Your Attitude Is Your Own Darn Fault

Take a moment and see things through the eyes of a child, especially during this holiday season. Anticipation and excitement fill her entire being as she thinks about all of the possibilities that the day will hold. Even when family members become impatient with her or one another, she still sees the glass half full, …

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Merry Christmas

I wish you a wonderful holiday. For those who celebrate holidays other than Christmas, I wish you and you family peace and many blessings. Thank you for allowing me to serve you and your company this year through my blog and other offerings.

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Reboot, Reset, Reconfigure, Redesign – A Way of Life for the New Year

As a former Windows user (and very happy Mac guy today), I remember those dreaded blue screens of death. It was inevitable that a few times each month my system would lock up and I’d have to hit the reset button, frequently losing at least the last few paragraphs I’d typed. I’ve often thought it …

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Get More Referrals – Scott’s Sales Yoga Thought for the Day

Learn about the power of the people, the inherent referral power that is part of the default “factory” programming within every person. Scott shares the science behind garnering more referrals.

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Strategic Retreat or a Retreat from Strategy?

Take No Prisoners is a free weekly memo from Scott Wintrip that explores how Radical Accountability prospers companies and changes lives. Instead of taking people hostage with outdated, heavy-handed, and ineffective methods of management, measurement, and motivation, Radical Accountability focuses on creating an unwavering responsibility for getting what matters most done. Hundreds of leaders have …

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Great Leaders are Made Not Born


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The Art and Science of Asking Powerful Questions

Next time someone asks you to repeat a question, count the number of words. Chances are it was more than ten. I’ve often noticed this happening with salespeople talking with prospects and clients and executives speaking with members of their team. What’s the issue? Our brains process questions of less than ten words much more …

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