Peak Performer’s Life: How to Build Self Confidence

This week on Peak Performer’s Life, Walter Bond continues the discussion on the importance of committing to excellence by building commitment in other people. He explains that if you want to build a successful business, you have to work on building commitment in others—which starts not just with your external customers, but with your internal […]

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New Survey Reveals What Business Owners Wish They�d Done Differently

Infographic: What Business Owners Wish They’d Done Differently

Starting your own business can be an exciting and rewarding endeavor, but it isn’t easy. For many enterprising professionals, the hardest part is not knowing what they don’t know. Check out this infographic from The Alternative Board, a business coaching and advisory company, for some insight into what many business owners wish they would have […]

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The Results Are In: Business Performance Predictions for 2015

In December, we asked about your business performance predictions for the new year, and according to the results of our poll, there’s a lot of optimism surrounding 2015. Of those who participated in the poll, 46% expect to see exponential business growth this year, while 31% expect their business performance to remain steady, but unchanged […]

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Peak Performer’s Life: People Will Pay a Lot for Excellence

This week on Peak Performer’s Life, Walter Bond continues the discussion on the importance of committing to excellence. He explains that though everyone has a different definition of excellence, one doesn’t truly understand what it means until one experiences it. Walter says “your definition is all based on your exposure to excellence.” According to Walter: […]

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Great Mentor Relationships Throughout History

From the beginning of time, men and women alike have had the insight to learn from those who came before them. Passing down knowledge of a skill or trade from one generation to the next is a time-honored tradition. The relationship between the master craftsman and the apprentice was the best training a young adolescent […]

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Going to the Well

It’s been said that leaders are readers, and readers are leaders. This is true as the most common characteristic among top executives and millionaire entrepreneurs is the fact that they consistently read instructional, inspirational, or motivational books. Throughout the years, there have been many great success-oriented authors. Many of them will quote successful people they have known […]

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Peak Performer’s Life: Are You Committed?

This week on Peak Performer’s Life, Walter Bond discusses the importance of committing to excellence. He explains that when you commit to a goal, and give it “your mind, body, soul, and emotions,” you will innovate and create. According to Walter: “People take the word commit very, very lightly. When you are committed to something […]

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4 Big Mistakes Mentors Make and a Few Tips on How to Address Them

The passing of knowledge from the old guard to the next generation of professionals is a time-honored, workplace tradition. From the earliest examples of apprenticeship to more structured leadership development programs, mentorships can come in all shapes and sizes. Becoming a mentor to a bright up-and-comer is a big responsibility and one that should be […]

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Question of the Month: What Factors Most Contribute to Your Job Satisfaction?

During the past few years, we’ve seen an upward shift in job-to-job workforce movement. In fact, according to CareerBuilder, 77% of full-time employed workers are open to or actively looking for new job opportunities. With the willingness to seek new opportunities, we at Refresh Leadership have found it interesting that the overwhelming majority of workers […]

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