Never Mistake Forbearance For Indifference
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Never Mistake Forbearance For Indifference

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Success Secret #8 – When It’s Time To Move On
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Success Secret #8 – When It’s Time To Move On

Hi, this is Jack Dunigan of thepracticalleader.com, and this is episode number eight in our series The Secrets to Success You Don't Know That You Already Know. Today we’re going to learn why it’s sometimes right just to move on. Standby. For today’s success secret we’re going to focus in on the world of rodeos...
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Success Secret #7 – Living a Well-rounded  Life
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Success Secret #7 – Living a Well-rounded Life

Hi, I’m Jack Dunigan of thepracticalleader.com. This is the next episode of The Secrets to Success You Don't Know That You Already Know. This is secret number seven, live a well-rounded life. Standby. They were a colorful couple, friends of mine. Their names were Claude and Yuba, and they were farmers from the Midwest Nebraska,...
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Success Secret #6 – Success Tomorrow Rides On What You Do Today
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Success Secret #6 – Success Tomorrow Rides On What You Do Today

Hi, I’m Jack Dunigan of thepracticalleader.com. The principles of success and achievement are as old as life and as universal as sunshine. They’ve never changed throughout human history and continue to drive and guide the great leaders of our time. In fact, most of us know them already, but probably don't know just how vital...
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The parable of the ugly chair – How to handle a sticky situation without offending anyone.
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The parable of the ugly chair – How to handle a sticky situation without offending anyone.

Once upon a time in a place far away there was a man who made a journey to see his friend in a distant city. The sojourner walked into the pastor’s office and could not help but see the chair off to one side. Behold, it was an ugly chair. It appeared to have suffered...
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Prudence – 4 things it is not, 4 things it is, and 5 things it will do for you as a leader
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Prudence – 4 things it is not, 4 things it is, and 5 things it will do for you as a leader

  In a Sicilian hospital, the career of one of the most capable Allied generals nearly came to a premature end. General George s. Patton slapped a soldier because Patton considered the man to be a coward. It was an act of imprudence and poor judgment. Had the General discovered all the facts, considered them...
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