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Kevin Campbell
Partner
B2B CFO®
901-491-9688
kcampbell@b2bcfo.com
Oct 9, 2019
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Things To Give Up To Increase Your Happiness
These seven things act as dampers on your energy, positivity and capability. When you nix them, you’ll find yourself more confident, motivated and approachable—and those are valuable personal brand traits. 1. Complaining. Sure …
Forbes
The counterintuitive way to stop second-guessing your decisions
I don’t want to say the P-word, since you probably think about it all the time, anyway.“I really want my picture to be p…….” “Just …
Fast Company
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Right Person, Wrong Job
Time and again companies make a common mistake in how they curate and cultivate talent: when a manager position becomes available …
Forbes


How leaders can bridge the empathy gap in a crisis
I have studied crises for more than a decade and worked with senior executives for far longer than that. After a while, patterns emerge …
strategy+business
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Here's how you can create a high performance culture
Business bottom-lines are under pressure, with organizations striving to do "more with less". As companies aim to stay afloat in the …
People Matters
Relocating Your Business: Moving to Another State
Here are some handy tips for moving to another state if you have decided to relocate your business. Read on for tips and checklists …
The Startup Magazine
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5 Questions That Help You Determine How Truly Successful You Are
In conducting many interviews for my books, this column, and my keynotes, I've talked to a lot of successful people. A surprising …
Inc
Why Reverse Mentoring Works and How to Do It Right
When Mark Tibergien, CEO of Advisor Solutions, thought about the future of BNY Mellon's Pershing, he knew the company had a problem …
Harvard Business Review
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Trying to Reach Full Productivity When You Are Being Held Back
Most productivity advice for the workplace tells you how to produce more and more, without helping you examine how much you really …
Forbes
How to Succeed In Business by Thinking Like an Outsider
"I got really sick years ago and it came down to processed food," Brooke Rewa, CEO and founder of Good Mylk Co., told Entrepreneur …
Entrepreneur
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Feeling burned out at work? Here are 10 ways to find your “off switch”
For many people, leaving the office at the end of the day is much more complicated than simply walking out a door. It feels nearly …
Fast Company
Cartoon
"I need something to relieve my stress. Can you prescribe some money?"
Copyright © Randy Glasbergen
Trivia
Which economic theory that was the dominant school of thought throughout the early modern period holds that the prosperity of a nation is dependent upon its supply of capital and that the global volume of international trade is unchangeable?
See the answer below.
How sleep deprivation reduces productivity
Almost everyone has experienced sleep deprivation at one point or another. Who hasn't arrived at the office with an extra …
People Matters
What Year Was It?
Jimmy Carter Wins Nobel Prize
What Year
Former President Jimmy Carter wins the Nobel Peace Prize "for his decades of untiring effort to find peaceful solutions to international conflicts, to advance democracy and human rights, and to promote economic and social development."
The day was Oct 11. What year was it?
Quote of the Week
"Don’t worry about people stealing your ideas. If your ideas are any good, you’ll have to ram them down people’s throats."
Howard Aiken
Trivia Answer
Which economic theory that was the dominant school of thought throughout the early modern period holds that the prosperity of a nation is dependent upon its supply of capital and that the global volume of international trade is unchangeable?
Answer: Mercantilism
 
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