Category Archives for "Humans in Business"

Why You Fail

By Rebel Brown

We all fail. The first time we tried to stand up, take a step or hit our mouth with that spoonful of applesauce, we failed. We tried again. And again. Sooner or later, we succeeded. We moved on to try the next new thing. And failed again. Until we figured it out.  If we didn’t try, we’d […]

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Why Your Employees Leave

By Rebel Brown

We all know that employee turnover is a big issue.  The cost of recruiting and retraining, combined with the loss of knowledge, can be devastating to any organization. Thanks to the internet, key resources find other positions with relative ease. But it’s not just the easy access to other roles that your employees leave. It’s more likely […]

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10 Most Powerful Secrets to Breakout Business Decisions

By Rebel Brown

Sound business decisions, or lack of, are the biggest challenge to your business. Not your competition. The thing is,  we are humans in business. In today’s stress-filled world, our innate human psychology (and instincts) are constantly triggered. That’s not a good thing for your business. Certain instinctual programming significantly limits our business decisions. For example, did you know that instead […]

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3 Secrets to Lead Innovation

By Rebel Brown

I know that as a leader you’ve noticed how people tend to fall in with the opinions of the herd. That’s not always a good thing. It happens because we  instinctively programmed to conform to group opinion!  That surely explains a lot, now doesn’t it? The thing is, if we’re always following the lead and […]

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Influence Everyone You Meet

3 Sure Fire Ways to Influence Everyone You Meet

By Rebel Brown

What if you could influence everyone you meet? Create that immediate sense of trust, or rapport, that leads to more powerful and immediate relationships? You can.  Just not necessarily in the ways you’ve been taught.Influence is UnconsciousI read articles all the time talking about how to create trust. Thing is, unconscious trust happens in the first 30 […]

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