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2012 Rules of Engagement

By Pat Heydlauff Many people have a tendency to attract exactly what they don’t want in life but often what they need most in order to learn necessary lessons which, if acted upon will lead to self-empowerment, self-improvement and a balanced prosperous life. This is the “law of attraction” put forth in the popular book […]

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How to Communicate Your Business Objectives

By Pat Heydlauff According to Robert Kiyosaki, author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, “Great leaders are great communicators. It’s not a matter of memorizing and repeating the right words, but of developing the ability to speak directly to other people’s spirits.” He believes that money does not go to businesses with the best products or […]

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The Engaged Workforce: Who is Responsible?

By Pat Heydlauff Walt Disney once said, “Of all the things I’ve done, the most vital is coordinating those who work with me and aiming their efforts at a certain goal.” He understood perfectly whose responsibility engagement was – it was his. He was a hands-on leader, personally involved and engaged with his workforce. Engagement […]