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May 21, 2016

by Justin Flunder

One of my favorite questions to ask leaders is, “What are you working towards?”  It is a difficult question to answer because it is a question that requires thinking.  On the surface, most leaders will say that they are working towards results or that they are working toward success. Upon putting on my coaching hat and asking them open ended questions  what I find...

October 29, 2015

by Justin Flunder

This blog is based on the book Leadership & Self-Deception

Leadership isn't about what you do to people or for people as much as it is an attitude about people. How you view others will largely determine how you lead them. If you have a negative bias or assumption about a family member, an employee, or business partner, you will be more likely to communicate with...

September 18, 2015

by Justin Flunder


How would you describe your life?  Are you accomplishing things that are important to you?  Are you achieving what you desire? Do you consider yourself a success?


If you and I were to spend the day together I would be able to tell you whether you will be successful.  The reason for my ability to be able to determine where your life is heading is not based on...

August 11, 2015

by Justin Flunder


Change is never a clear-cut process but understanding the 5 Truths of Change will definitely help everyday leader lead with knowledge and understanding.


Here are the 5 Truth of Change:


Truth #1 -Change Is Ongoing


This simple truth may sound logical, but I can assure you that many people do not acknowledge...

June 16, 2015

by Justin Flunder


When people embark on change of any kind, they often struggle with sustaining positive change over a long period of time. Often I get asked, "How do you maintain a positive change without feeling like you are constantly struggling with yourself?"  I always answer with, “By leading yourself.” 


What many people fail to realize is that anyone can lead.  Anyone c...

May 13, 2015

by Justin Flunder



Every day people all over North America will collectively spend millions of dollars on birthdays or on specialty days (Valentine's Day) with the purpose of showing their love through the purchase of gifts.  These external sentiments are appreciated for the moment, but do not usually carry lasting value.  Why?  Because these gifts are externally focused and do no...

April 9, 2015

by Justin Flunder


What does it take to lead in today’s economy?  Why do some people thrive in business and organizations and some people falter?  How does a person take their life, business or organization from where they are to where they want to be? 


First, the everyday leader must be able to lead from the inside out.  This means knowing who you are as an everyday leade...

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