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Interview with Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon




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Mathias Döpfner, the CEO of Business Insider's parent company, Axel Springer, recently sat down with Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos to talk about the early days of creating Amazon, what he's learned since then, how he funds his rocket company, Blue Origin, and what it's like when the president of the United States is your biggest critic.
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Stop Hanging Around People Who Don't Wnant To win

























ONE OF THE BEST SPEECHES EVER (Tony Robbins 2018)




















Here's Elon Musk's Secret for Learning Anything Faster




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Yes, Musk is brilliant, but he's also learned how to learn efficiently. So can you

Elon Musk has one of the most incredible minds around. How did he get so smart? Of course, he was probably born gifted, and according to those who know him, he definitely reads a ton, but Musk's brilliance isn't all down to innate talent and a massive input of raw knowledge...
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Teach Your Team To Expect Success




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Accomplished leaders anticipate success, and that helps them obtain it. Research shows thathigh expectationslead them to work harder and commit to conquering the challenges ahead. As HP’s chief legal officer, Kim Rivera, describes it: “I go into a situation with my eyes wide open knowing that it may exceed the limits of my intellect, the limits of my emotions, and that sometimes I’ll be exhausted. I expect all that turbulence and still know that I can get there.”...
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Practical Guidance for Leading Through Change





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As markets evolve and new technologies emerge, organizations require leadership that can adapt to a continually evolving landscape. Innovation, competition, and yes, even disruption will characterize every industry at some point as new technologies drive new solutions. I've seen this firsthand in my three years as CEO of the Electronic Transactions Association (ETA), the trade association of the payments technology industry. No component of the payments ecosystem has stood still--new competitors, new technologies, and shifting customer behaviors have all contributed to today's dynamic landscape.

Leadership Lessons from 10 Wildly Successful People







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Each year, HBR asks 10 stars in fields outside business — whether it’s politics, sports, the arts, or competitive chess —to offer wisdom on topics of interest to our readers. Here are the highlights from the class of 2015 ...
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The Secrets To Successful Project or Program: People Motivation






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This article will explain how to be more effective leader than your peers, to enable the next promotion to go to you. But, you must first want to be different and better, and have the curiosity to learn and use new insights as presented below...
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Great Leadership Isn’t About You







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