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6 of My Best Tips for Managing Stress

6 of My Best Tips for Managing Stress

When you’re working toward something important, life is guaranteed to throw you a curveball—a difficult situation that you’ll have to actively fight your way through. It’s a fact of life. You’re going to feel some stress as life challenges you, but there’s no point in worrying before things actually happen.

To keep my stress in check, I try my hardest to stay present and, most importantly, in control. When you’re feeling overwhelmed, try using these six tips to refocus your mind.

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Master the Art of Delegation in 3 Steps

Master the Art of Delegation in 3 Steps

When you transition from team member to leader, your role will be less about completing daily tasks and more about taking the reins for everyone involved. You’ll be the one in a charge—the one who delegates and makes sure everyone’s input results in one, big accomplishment.

But it’s a fine line to walk. While you want to give your people a sense of direction, you don’t want to micromanage them. I think the best way to delegate is by giving people a healthy freedom to work independently, all while staying in the loop so you can help where needed.

The more you start delegating and truly depending on your team for results, the faster everyone will grow. Here are three tips to inspire them to get more done, without being overly involved.

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6 of My Best Tips for Managing Stress

6 of My Best Tips for Managing Stress

When you’re working toward something important, life is guaranteed to throw you a curveball—a difficult situation that you’ll have to actively fight your way through. It’s a fact of life. You’re going to feel some stress as life challenges you, but there’s no point in worrying before things actually happen.

To keep my stress in check, I try my hardest to stay present and, most importantly, in control. When you’re feeling overwhelmed, try using these six tips to refocus your mind.

read more
Master the Art of Delegation in 3 Steps

Master the Art of Delegation in 3 Steps

When you transition from team member to leader, your role will be less about completing daily tasks and more about taking the reins for everyone involved. You’ll be the one in a charge—the one who delegates and makes sure everyone’s input results in one, big accomplishment.

But it’s a fine line to walk. While you want to give your people a sense of direction, you don’t want to micromanage them. I think the best way to delegate is by giving people a healthy freedom to work independently, all while staying in the loop so you can help where needed.

The more you start delegating and truly depending on your team for results, the faster everyone will grow. Here are three tips to inspire them to get more done, without being overly involved.

read more

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“The scarcest resource in the world is not oil, it’s leadership.”

As Co-CEO of the largest independent financal services company in North America, John Addison’s skill as a leader was tested and honed daily. He retired in 2015 after taking the company and it’s people to massive heights. He’s just not done helping people get to the top. Today, he’s at the helm of Addison Leadership Group, INC working daily to mentor and educate new leaders.

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