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212 the extra degree can help you inspire people to embrace the value of extra effort and attention that goes into creating great results.
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Lead Simply can help you inspireleaders to focus on what's most important (and often missed) in creating a special team of people.
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Smile & Move can help you encourage people to be more positive and service-oriented in their efforts with customers and colleagues.
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Cross The Line can help you encourage people to commit to going beyond mediocrity in everything they do.
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Love Your People can help youencourage people to be kinder andmore accountable to each other andthe people they serve.
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SalesTough can help you create a sales team that's focused, resilient, and results-oriented.
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Thoughts and ideas from Sam Parker (the guy behind this stuff) - exploring the details of caring more about our work and the people around us.
Two questions to help measure your professional value.
Inspiration from the life of Maya Angelou.
It's that one extra degree that makes all the difference. Add a little more effort, care, and attention and be 212.
Thou shall not interrupt or talk over another person (colleague, customer, patient, student). Here's an idea...
Open-ended questions (questions that are answered by more than a simple yes or no) are wonderful for gathering information, qualifying opportunities, and establishing rapport, trust and credibility. Here are 30 great ones...
Roosevelt was a bad@ss. Get inspired with a quick summary of his life and one of his most famous quotes on a nostalgic wallpaper for your computer.
Let the U.S. Navy SEALs inspire you.
Download printable PDFs of our area codes chart and state abbreviations chart.
Speak Smovish? Less useful than English, Spanish, or Chinese but much more fun.
In Benjamin Franklin's autobiography, he lists 13 life virtues worth pursuing. Learn them and get a printable reminder.
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