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Gustavo Razzetti
Helping organizations change without the drama. Instigator. Consultant. Speaker. Author:
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Gustavo Razzetti 47m
Focus on what you can manage. Focus your energy on what matters. Control less; trust more.
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Stefan Wolpers 17h
"How to Liberate Innovation across Your Organization" (via )
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Gustavo Razzetti 21h
Leaders make happen; politicians make excuses. Bravo!! New Zealand was able to ban assault weapons after one mass shooting - Vox
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Gustavo Razzetti 21h
"Steve Maraboli said, Incredible change happens in your life when you decide to take control of what you do have power over instead of craving control over what you don’t."
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LaDawna Harrington 21h
Spoon feeding never teaches you to eat for yourself. Enjoying the Pain of Learning Will Make You Smarter by
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Gustavo Razzetti 21h
Trying to control everything is a sign of arrogance. Control less; trust more.
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Gustavo Razzetti 21h
Focus on what you can manage. Control less; trust more.
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Gustavo Razzetti 22h
Replying to @BruceMctague
thanks for the kind shout out, my friend! Hope all is well.
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Gustavo Razzetti 22h
Did you know that by neutralizing fears and inner-criticism within your team members it will increase creativity? This is just one of our methods of encouraging a and driving forward. Find out what the others are here:
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Gustavo Razzetti 22h
Replying to @lesliemaniotes
Hi Thank you ;) Sure, let’s chat. Will DM my email address so we can schedule a call. Cheers!
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Isioma Osaje Mar 21
“Releasing all your emotions can backfire — it creates a feedback loop that magnifies, rather than diminishes, negative emotions. Bottling up your emotions make things worse — eventually, you’ll blow up.”
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Gustavo Razzetti Mar 21
"If you ever notice yourself saying, or thinking, Yes, that’s true, but it’s not my fault, it’s a clear sign that your ego is getting in the way of an important learning."
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Gustavo Razzetti Mar 20
“How to Liberate Innovation across Your Organization” by
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Gustavo Razzetti Mar 20
Control Less, Trust more 😳 (and more insights) -
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Gustavo Razzetti Mar 20
"This highlights three key ways that managers can motivate their people: enable them to do work they enjoy, help them play to their strengths, and carve a path for career development that accommodates personal priorities."
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Dan Macadam Mar 20
The Leaders You Admire Share This Coveted Soft Skill; Here Are Four Ways To Get It via
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Gustavo Razzetti Mar 20
'Fake culture' refers to all the surface level objects that people point to as culture. You may have heard the saying, 'There is more than meets the eye.' It goes beyond what you see around you. Find out what a is NOT here:
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Gustavo Razzetti Mar 20
Confirming what people already believe can help overcome barriers to
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