Peyton Manning is a living legend on the football field. He’s a legendary leader on and off the field. In the post-game interview on NBC, as he was showered with praises, Peyton routinely referred to two groups of people: the former record holders and his teammates. The special nature of the moment is not lost on Peyton, it’s just that he understands all of the little things that made the moment possible, so he chooses to focus on those things as opposed to a singular pass that put him in the record books.
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On May 8th, 2015, at Leadercast Live, Malala will be sharing her story and bringing an encouraging message to more than 130,000 leaders in over 20 countries.
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Whether you have to prepare a big speech in front of thousands of people, or you just have to speak to your team of three, we want you to be successful every time you get in front of people!
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The wonderful thing about networking is that once you get the hang of it, and you integrate it into your daily rhythms, you will be surprised at all of the good that comes back your way- sometimes when you least expect it.
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The Leadercast team could not be more excited about this year’s lineup of business and political leaders, sports figures, social activists and world class communicators.
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Bravery is not attributed to everyone, but is reserved for those whose innovation in their industry cause them to stand out from the crowd, whose unyielding effort and error push their organizations into new territories, and whose boldness compels them to stand up for those less fortunate. These are The Brave Ones.
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You want to excel in the game, but more importantly, you want to win at the game of life!
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No matter if this is your first job interview out of school, or your fifth job interview of your career, we want you to be able to successfully convey your skills and abilities to your interviewer(s)!
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Children have an uncanny ability to quickly create chaos in what should otherwise be a peaceful, and simple, process or activity. Take bedtime for example. My wife and I have four kids all under the age of seven, and as Jim Gaffigan so aptly put it, bedtime is like a reverse hostage negotiation: If you stay in there, I’ll give you whatever you want!
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