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lf7: Johnny Bath and The Commuters

bp185: The Mentor’s Dilemma

bp184: Managers Must Minimize Bad Potatoes

bp183: How to Blow a Good Bonus on Hygiene

tq12: Did you remember Feedback and Appraisal?

bp182: Your Chance to Play the Festive Half-Are-Stupid Game

bp181: Sometimes Going Backwards Moves You Forward

tq11: How did you treat others this week?

lf6: Suzanna’s Gift

bp180: Be Prepared to Have More Fun

bp179: Stop Selling Your Discounts

pb178: Entitled to Give Thanks

bp177: The Fine Line Between Stick and Bully

tq10: What’s your attitude now that your vote is history?

bp176: Thanksgiving Before Expectations

lf5: The Micro-Inequities that Destroy Morale and How to Overcome Them (Part 2)

bp175: Who Leaves Untidy Mess...

bp174: Pass the Leadership Mantle On in Better Shape

lf4: The Micro-Inequities that Destroy Morale and How to Overcome Them

bp173: I Used to Be a But Man

tq9: What wise thing did you do this week?

bp172: The Lost U in Humor Puts the Joke on Us

Backstory to: "Please Match Your Content With Context"

bp171: Oh No. Sensible Them Is Now Us!

tq8: Did you drop any history this week?

bp170: Where Do Dumb Leaders Originate?

bp169: The Buck Stops (Not) Here

tq7: Did you pick the right mask for the moment?

bp168: Vice at Work

lf3: How to Capitalize on Zoom Fatigue

bp167: Yawning in Meetings Is a Compliment

tq6: Did You Zoom Out to Recharge?

Backstory to: “Why We Walk the Same Path With Different Expectations”

bp166: Stressing and Relaxing Causes Mental Fatigue

bs8: Backstory to “How your curvaceous bottom can lead to liking your job or project”

bp165: What Are You, a Projector or an Extender?

tq5: Did You Follow Your Heart?

bp164: Twitch Is How You Make Change Stick

bs7: Backstory to “You Must Dance to Get Stoned”

lf2: There Is an Art to a Little Selective Deafness. Or So I’ve Heard.

bp163: Where Do Helpless Employees Come From?

tq4: What did you worry about?

lf1: How Grass Made Me Weedy

bp162: Wanted at Work: Less Personality, More Character

bp161: How to Easily Hit Your Far-Out Goals

bs6: Backstory to "Failure comes from tools to blame"

tq3: What's it good for?

bs5: Backstory to "When Is a Problem an Opportunity?"

bs4: Backstory to "Nothing Happens Until You Make a Move, Any Old Move"

bp160: You Can Fake Leadership and Management

bs3: Backstory to "Why Being Rudderless in Life Brings You to a Stop"

bp159: Why We-the-Insecure Are Led by Bravados on Display

bs1: Backstory to “How to Lead With Your Leadership Gap”

bs2: Backstory to "How to Lead With Your Leadership Gap"

tq2: Did you argue to win or did you argue to be right?

bp158: Bright Is Not the Same As Wise

bp157: Effective Leaders Are Two-Faced

bp156: Skilled Doers Deserve More Respect Than Skilled Thinkers

bp155: You Will Be Subtracted When the Value You Add Becomes Negative

bp154: How to Argue Your Way to Wisdom

bp153: The Cost of One Thing Undone

bp152: Think on These Things to Stay True

bp151: Want to Be a High Flyer? Get a Little Black Box.

bp150: Want to Be Promoted? Do This.

bp149: Denying Change Creates Innovation Sickness

bp148: How to Decide Between Success and Failure

bp147: Go Deep to Survive the Power of a Fool

bp146: How to Make Yourself Hot and Bothered

bp145: Remember Me? I Work for You.

tq1: Were you prejudiced this week?

bp144: A Problem is an Opportunity When the Opportunity is Not the Problem

There is always sense in nonsense if you know how to look for it.

bp143: What Outcome Do You Want From What Comes Out of Your Mouth?

bp142: How to Tell if You Are Mentoring or Meddling

bp141: Why Being Rudderless in Life Brings You to a Stop

bp140: If You Wait for Feedback, Your Career Will Be Buried in Sand

bp139: Pick a Mask, Any Mask

bp138: A Shared Joke Can Yoke Us in Ways Not Funny

bp137: Why “Cultivate Your Change” Is Not a Jingle

bp136: Chew on This Thought if You Can

bp135: You Could Be on the Downhill to Sticky Success

bp134: Go With the Flow Until You Are Hungry

bp133: When You’re Feeling Down, Look Up

bp132: If You Don’t Get It, Fill It or Zip It

bp131: Failure Comes From Tools to Blame

bp130: Lazy likes it hotter

bp129: How to step lightly and smell like roses

bp128: To Succeed, Don’t Play Nice at Work

bp127: Which Will You Be, Stubbornly Persistent or Persistently Stubborn?

bp126: Seek multiple sources of unlikeable feedback

bp125: Rough becomes smooth and so should you

bp124: Speak funny so that others will understand you

bp123: Be wise enough to stay positively stupid

bp122: Don’t let perceived rules trigger conditioned nonsense

bp121: A bully at the top promotes team work

bp120: Here's the one skill we don't need in our leaders

bp119: The right way to be all right is to be comfortably wrong

bp118: Cut out playacting to re-invent forward, not backward

bp117: Advice for wannabe leaders: Keep your shoes on

bp116: How to know which lead in leadership you should use

bp115: Why we still don’t believe your “I didn’t do it!”

bp114: Why we walk the same path with different expectations

bp113: Please care enough to criticize someone you like

bp112: How to make big decisions easier to take

bp111: Why you are the anchor in the puzzle of your life

Why facts don’t really matter

bp109: Violent prude shocked by toilets

bp108: Big shoes to fill leave footprints to clean up

bp107: Don’t ask for serenity. Just change what must be altered.

bp106: Your success depends on your choice of effect

Don’t waste wasted time

bp104: Why Fake It Till You Make It Keeps You Fake

bp103: When negative thoughts are positive

bp102: Create a sound bark rather than a sound bite

bp101: When the going gets tough, real toughs go where they can see clearly

bp100: Spring back from knocked into shape and cut down to size

bp99: Nothing happens until you make a move, any old move

Beware the not quite empty promise

bp97: When downers are uppers

bp96: Feel safe enough to be happier now

bp95: Fixating on the pooh side of a task is not a game

bp94: Managing our leaders to get things done

bp93: Why working from home is impossible

bp92: Using intuition without experience can hurt

bp91: There is no charm in being late

bp90: It is time to blame we the people

bp89: Get out, get fresh and get high

bp88: How to lead with your leadership gap

bp87: Want my business? Call me Mister.

bp86: Too many lost leaders clamoring for attention

bp85: Stand for the right to be against any solution

bp84: Innovation at work is often a creative waste of time

bp83: Why people don’t behave according to your strategies and instructions

bp82: Gallery boost for your business is no team building time-waster

bp81: This cubicle can predict whether your business will sink or soar

bp80: We will feel nice if you stop being a nice boss

bp79: Be warned, your smiley face can trigger my glaring frown

bp78: Understand context or be swept along with the rabble

bp77: A trade in noisy disagreements is not a meaningful debate

bp76: It’s time to change your default setting

bp75: How to prevent unintended thinking consequences

bp74: If you want to be a leader, first be a time traveler

bp73: If outcomes don’t matter, then practice single-minded multi-tasking

bp72: You will be left behind if you mistakenly follow right

bp71: When in self-doubt, talk negative to do it

bp70: Encourage your pet pessimist

You can peak wiser if you trend carefully

Should you dress to impress when working from home?

bp67: I plan to be seduced quickly. So should you.

bp66: Give in now or be exhausted by June

bp65 :The year of resolutely obeying Dear Prudence

bp64: How to be irritated into a better you

bp63: Bless your headwind, not your tailwind

bp62: Connect your manners to build relationships

bp61: To make it stick, resolve to behave badly