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Three Things to Try When Life Has You Stuck

Greg Salciccioli - Thursday, February 22, 2018

In the times you feel the least motivated is the moment you can really shine.  Read more...


The Eisenhower Matrix: Get more done at work with this productivity grid

Greg Salciccioli - Thursday, February 15, 2018

How a former president can help us do the right thing first.  Read more...


Leaders Who Focus on Scarcity Lose, and Here’s Why

Greg Salciccioli - Thursday, February 01, 2018

Move out of a scarcity mindset and back into the driver's seat of life.  Read more...


The Power of Getting to The Point

Greg Salciccioli - Thursday, January 25, 2018

Efficient communication is a necessity. Here’s how to make your message more concise and compelling.  Read more...


Decorated Naval Commander & Transplant Surgeon Recounts Life's Biggest Leadership Lessons

Greg Salciccioli - Thursday, January 18, 2018

I’m pleased to introduce a former coaching client of mine, Dr. Hassan Tetteh, who I connected with back in 2011 shortly following his deployment to Afghanistan’s Helmand and Nimroz provinces as a trauma surgeon in support of “Operation Enduring Freedom.” Dr. Tetteh is a highly decorated Naval Commander, the former Director of Surgical Services for the USS Carl Vinson, a U.S. Congress Health Policy Fellow, and a physician, educator, and thoracic surgeon specializing in heart and lung transplants. Dr. Tetteh’s servant leadership has a lot to teach us both in our work and everyday lives. Here’s a summarized version of our recent discussion on leadership, his deployment experiences, and what’s helped him thrive as a surgeon helping others.  Read more...


Leaders Can’t Afford to Make this Time-Management Mistake

Greg Salciccioli - Wednesday, January 10, 2018

“Self-leadership is where all other leadership begins.”—Michael Hyatt  Read more...



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