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What all CEOs Can Learn from Netflix’s “House of Cards” Series

You might have seen Netflix beginning to advertise the trailers for the fourth season of its hit show, “House of Cards” (which debuts on March 4). If you’re familiar with the series that follows the trials and tribulations of the fictional President of the United States (POTUS) Frank Underwood, you know he’s all too familiar with the word “scandal.” Even more so, his questionable practices as president and unethical treatment of his staff make him the epitome of an abusive leader.

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How Becoming Intentional Can Make a Positive Impact on Your Employees and Your Business

When I was writing my book Intentional Living, I learned about Dave Lindsey, his company Defenders, and their annual Super Service Challenge where employees are given two paid days to serve any nonprofit organization of their choosing. It has inspired his employees to become intentional about serving, giving and making a difference. That inspired me to contact Dave so that I could ask him some questions about being intentional as a business leader.

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5 Leadership Lessons from the Super Bowl Coaches

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Super Bowl 50 may be determined by whether the electrifying offensive weapon of the Carolina Panthers, quarterback Cam Newton, can impose his will on the stultifying defense of the Denver Broncos. But before the game unfolds in San Francisco on February 7, the two coaches who have led their teams to the NFL championship game already have created some worthy lessons in leadership and management.

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