3 of the Latest and Best Leadership Articles (28 July 2023)

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The Best Leadership Articles I Read This Week

It’s hard to stay on top of the best leadership articles published each week. So here are three articles I found helpful this week.

This Week’s Best Leadership Articles:

9 Reality Rules You Need to Know by Michael McKinney

“Performance strategist John Alston and Emmy Award-winning director-producer Lloyd Thaxton present nine uplifting and inspirational Reality Rules for dealing with trying times in Stuff Happens (and then you fix it!): 9 Reality Rules to Steer Your Life Back in the Right Direction. They offer the rules with stories and a few exercises to help us get the point.”

How to Overcome Negative Thoughts by Dan Rockwell

“It’s natural to obsess over one bad thing and forget many good things. One problem, like one drop of poison, has the power to pollute everything. Life is better than it seems for negative people. Negative thoughts create a small box.”

8 Tips to Add Time Margin to Your Day by Ron Edmondson

“What if you could find more time margin in your work day? How could you fit more activity into an already busy schedule? I’ve learned I have to be intentional to create more time margin in my schedule – to do the things I want to do and the things I need to do.”

Do You Have One of the Best Leadership Articles to Share?

Thanks for reading with me. If you discovered one of the best leadership articles recently, drop me a line and share!

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