3 Surprising Insights From An Evening With Ryan Hawk & James Clear

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Last night I got to participate in an invitation-only event to see Ryan Hawk record a live podcast episode of The Learning Leader Show with habit-formation expert James Clear. Hosted by the business advisory firm Brixey & Meyer, the event brought roughly 100 business leaders and entrepreneurs from the Columbus/Dayton/Cincinnati areas together to the industrial venue of Dock 580 on the north end of downtown Columbus, Ohio. If …

Why Meghan Markle’s “Draw Your Own Box” Is Important Beyond Race

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Originally posted at Forbes.com Yesterday a friend of mine who is the mother of bi-racial kids shared on Facebook the story of Meghan Markle, the bi-racial actress now engaged to Britain’s Prince Harry. In the post, Markle recounted the advice her father had imparted to her as a 7th grader when she struggled with what racial box to check on a required …

Hillary Clinton’s Loss In Michigan And How Leadership Teams Fail

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Originally posted at Forbes.com No shortage of digital ink has been spilled examining the causes and amplifying the outrages of Hillary Clinton’s shocking electoral loss to Donald Trump last month. But, for leaders interested in things other than politics, Edward-Isaac Dovere‘s piece for Politico —  “How Clinton Lost Michigan–and Blew the Election” — is the most interesting and insightful piece of journalism to come out …

The 2 Insights That Led Me To My Radical Career Change

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Originally posted at Forbes.com Much has been written about today’s Millennial workers who enter their professional career expecting to change jobs and even professions multiple times throughout their working years. From this perspective, more than a few years in the same role feels like stagnation, or even punishment. The opportunity to make a drastic career change doesn’t feel so daunting if you …

Predicting Trouble

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Originally posted at Forbes.com It’s been just over three weeks since an oversized rodent named Phil was hoisted aloft by men in top hats and deemed to have predicted six more weeks of winter. Surprisingly, Phil’s not the only groundhog making a name for himself in the seasonal weather forecasting game. Ohioans have their own “Buckeye Chuck” … and he, too, predicted six …