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Stressful at the top? Not really, study finds

Stressful at the top? Not really, study finds | skipping to work | Scoop.it
Management consultants say 60% of senior executives experience high stress and anxiety on a regular basis, and a thriving industry of motivational speakers teaches business leaders how to manage their corrosive burden of stress.
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Are you skipping to work?

Are you skipping to work? | skipping to work | Scoop.it
One of my favorite mentors always asks… “are you skipping to work?”
When you are skipping to work, you wake up before the alarm, and are excited about the day.  When skipping, the most challenging part is juggling and ...
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One Bug You Want Your Office to Catch

One Bug You Want Your Office to Catch | skipping to work | Scoop.it
Scientists confirm what we always suspected: Not only is laughter contagious, but it also spurs bonding and innovation.

Via Maya Mathias
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Leadership from A Kid’s Point Of View (Lucky or Skillful?)

Leadership from A Kid’s Point Of View (Lucky or Skillful?) | skipping to work | Scoop.it
A Saturday Salutation Guest Post
Sebastian Hurt, Age 7
Sebastian is my son, and a First Grader.  He loves Jiu Jitsu, beyblades, and climbing new mountains.  After much dinner table conversation on leadership and posts… he asked to ...
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Maximize Your Potential: It’s Never Too Late to Grow Great

Maximize Your Potential:  It’s Never Too Late to Grow Great | skipping to work | Scoop.it
“I wish I could show you a picture of yourself with your potential intact.”
-John Maxwell, Beyond Talent
Over a year ago I had a debate with a friend that just keeps staying with me.   His premise, “by the time we are in our ...
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