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    Make “Motivation” a Daily Discipline

    To effectively lead, you’ve got to look at motivation as a strategy for getting results and build in daily activities that support this discipline.

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    Let Team Members Settle Disagreements

    When you get involved, you take ownership of problems that aren’t yours to solve, which can become a real headache if the solutions don’t work.

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    Avoid the Grip of Office Gossip

    Wherever there is human interaction, gossip just always seems to manifest and, left unchecked, can seriously damage the culture.

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    Maximize Your Morning Potential

    Capitalize on this daily opportunity, tackling whatever is tougher or requires more mental or physical resources before the afternoon blahs or distractions set in.

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    Know Your Values

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    Foster Accountability in Meetings

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