Archive for the ‘Leadership’ Category

Henry Kaestner interview – The advantage of revealing your true motivation

Henry Kaestner interview – The advantage of revealing your true motivation

Henry Kaestner is a man of deep faith and tremendous success. He is the Chairman, Co-Founder and former CEO of Bandwidth.com, a disruptive telecom start-up that he and his partner ...

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No Comments » February 10, 2014

Lawrence “SugarBear” Reyes interview – How Can I Help?

Lawrence “SugarBear” Reyes interview – How Can I Help?

  Lawrence Reyes serves as the Ambassador of Culture and Global Onboarding Manager at Rackspace, a leading cloud server and hosted services company based in San Antonio, Texas. As employee ...

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No Comments » November 22, 2013

David Niu interview – What would you gladly pay for?

David Niu interview – What would you gladly pay for?

What if you broke up your retirement into bite-sized chunks and went on small adventures? That’s exactly what David Niu, serial entrepreneur and founder of TinyHR, did with his wife ...

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No Comments » October 11, 2013

The power of 10x problem solving

The power of 10x problem solving

  Life in business and at home presents an endless array of problems to solve. Probably due to this relentless volume, it’s easy to get stuck in a routine of ...

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No Comments » July 28, 2013

Mark McClain interview – “It’s a competitive advantage”

Mark McClain interview – “It’s a competitive advantage”

  Mark McClain is a friend, dedicated family man and experienced leader and entrepreneur in the Austin, Texas tech scene. Mark serves as CEO of his latest co-founded venture, SailPoint ...

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No Comments » May 2, 2013

Forget sitting or standing meetings. Start walking.

Forget sitting or standing meetings. Start walking.

  What if the following could be said of your team meetings? They help us focus They help us get exercise They help us think more clearly None of these ...

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3 Comments » April 18, 2013

Ken Schiller interview – “Because of Me”

Ken Schiller interview – “Because of Me”

Quick order and fast food restaurants are not typically known for amazing service. For a variety of reasons, including inexperienced workers, high turnover, quick pace and low profit margin, it ...

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No Comments » April 5, 2013

Where would you invest?

Where would you invest?

  Let’s say there are two companies you are considering investing in and that besides the differences described below they are identical: Company X: exceptional products, marketing and execution unhealthy ...

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2 Comments » March 28, 2013
 
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