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2013Jun26
Renie Cavallari

How to Find Happiness Within the Ups and Downs of the Modern Workplace

Everyone has a moment during their work life where they say to themselves "I just can't stand if anymore. I need to quit." But, quitting a job is not always the right course to take. We often want what we don't have, but when we get to the other side, we find out we were wrong.
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2013Jun23
Renie Cavallari

If it’s Work, it’s always hard! (Fly Fisherman Series Part 10)

In the end the fly fisherman gets his fish, takes their photo, measures and logs the results to be smarter tomorrow and pays tribute to their Fishing Gods.  All to release that fish back into the water for someone else to catch.
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2013Jun19
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Empowering Yourself & Others Through Self-Leadership

Leadership isn't only reserved for the people with a certain job title or authority position. Leadership can come in many forms and show itself differently within each person. The truth is that leadership isn't a position, it's an attitude. We all are given small moments where we can start to see […]
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2013Jun16
Renie Cavallari

Stay with it. Tenacity Makes a Difference! (Fly Fisherman Series Part 9)

Fly fisherman know that there are good days and bad days and even that some days are both.  They don’t let the day when they didn’t catch a single fish effect their attitude towards hitting the river tomorrow.
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2013Jun10
Renie Cavallari

Understand why Customers Buy! (Fly Fisherman Series Part 8)

Fishermen use the knowledge they gain.  I thought I had heard it all until I learned that after they catch their 1st fish of the day, they actually pump the stomach to learn more about what the fish actually ate.  In the end, you cannot catch a fish if you don’t know what they want to eat.  Period.
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2013Jun03
Renie Cavallari

What you Focus on Matters! (Fly Fisherman Series Part 7)

They are present, focused and patient.  They have the confidence in their analysis that they so diligently have completed and constantly look for more clues to adjust their approach (actions).  They do not set it and forget it.  Their approach is always changing as the indicators around them change.
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