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Michael Hyatt
I’m a leadership mentor. I am the author of the brand new book, Your Best Year Ever.
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Michael Hyatt 31m
There are a few common traits needed to achieve restoration for a sabbatical, especially one on a budget. First, there needs to be some time built in for introspection to reconnect with your life’s purpose.
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Michael Hyatt 3h
Don't forget >> Today is the last day you can get all 3 formats of No Fail Meetings: 5 Steps to Orchestrate Productive Meetings (and Avoid all the Rest) for just $29 dollars.
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Michael Hyatt 4h
We were made to surge, then rest. We can’t just go, go, go, and expect to function optimally.
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Michael Hyatt 5h
This week on the Lead to Win Podcast, we're sharing how to take a sabbatical when you don’t have a set salary. Listen now!
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Michael Hyatt 6h
As leaders, we tend to be energized and motivated by our work. That can make us resistant to taking time away. In this week's issue of MH&Co Magazine, we explore why every leader needs a Sabbatical.
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Michael Hyatt 21h
On tomorrow's episode of Lead to Win, we’ll be talking about the importance of taking a sabbatical. If you’ve never thought about that before or if you’ve thought it’s not attainable, it absolutely is, and I’ll show you how to do it.
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Michael Hyatt 23h
One of the best ways to mentor others is to ask rather than tell. Yes, you can pontificate to your subordinates, but your insights will not be as meaningful to them as they are to you.
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Michael Hyatt 24h
The Right Questions Can Lead to Business Breakthroughs
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Michael Hyatt Jun 18
Ask questions that show you want to know some small part of a person’s story, something of what makes that person unique.
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Michael Hyatt Jun 18
Curiosity can decline with age, or it can become an intrinsically woven part of your adult life. Here are 3 ways to keep your curiosity alive and well.
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Michael Hyatt Jun 18
Age isn’t a disqualifier for entrepreneurs. It’s more like a prerequisite.
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Michael Hyatt Jun 18
Kick off your week by joining our Challenge! This week we're giving away a 1-year subscription to LeaderBox! Join the challenge to cement the habit proven to help you prioritize your biggest tasks without feeling overwhelmed!
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Michael Hyatt Jun 18
It is so easy to hear one side of the story, act on the information, and then be embarrassed when you find out that you only had half the facts. I have done this hundreds of times, I’m sure.
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Michael Hyatt Jun 17
Most people get uncomfortable when things get quiet. They feel the obligation to fill the space with chatter. You can let this work to your advantage by just keeping your lips locked and your ears open.
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Michael Hyatt Jun 17
Though curiosity tends to decline with age, keeping novel-seeking behavior and a sense of wonder throughout life helps people to stay young.
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Michael Hyatt Jun 17
Terry Gross from Fresh Air says, "I’ve always been really curious about things and slightly confused by the world, and I think someone who feels that way is in a good position to be the one asking questions.”
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Ed Stetzer Jun 16
Dear Twitter, I’m so sorry I did not address every possible interpretation of my words, everything you read into my comments, all the questions you have about every related or tangential topic, and all the details you demand in my 280 character tweets.
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Michael Hyatt Jun 17
“Success is not final. Failure is not fatal: It is the courage to continue that counts.” - Winston Churchill
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Michael Hyatt Jun 16
The right questions can lead to business breakthroughs. Here's how.
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Michael Hyatt Jun 16
Asking the right questions means asking someone to teach you things you do not know, or correcting you if your knowledge is distorted.
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