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davidburkus
Best-selling author, sought after keynote speaker, and associate professor of leadership and innovation at Oral Roberts University.
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A revolutionary and amazing leader. #031
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GROW YOUR BUSINESS FASTER BY LEVERAGING FRIENDS OF FRIENDS
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davidburkus Apr 18
A really solid debunking of a lot of unquestioned organizational beliefs. #030
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Thinkers50 Apr 18
Coaching@Work offers unique insights into the experience, wisdom and best practice of 100 Coaches working with Contributors include and others.
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davidburkus Apr 18
Replying to @NAITMawjiCentre
Thanks!
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NAIT Mawji Centre Apr 18
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davidburkus Apr 18
Replying to @sanderssays
Yes! Good addition. Thanks so much!
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davidburkus Apr 18
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If you liked this episode, you'll love my new book FRIEND OF A FRIEND. You can support the show and level up your learning by grabbing a copy at
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davidburkus Apr 18
HOW TO CORRECT SOMEONE POLITELY | | 041819 You know they were wrong and that you need to correct them, but you need to know when and how to correct politely.
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davidburkus Apr 17
Replying to @nancyduarte
I kind of felt that way in 2017. It’s why I haven’t been back.
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davidburkus Apr 17
The first step to organizational change. #029
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davidburkus Apr 17
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If you liked this episode, you'll love my new book FRIEND OF A FRIEND. You can support the show and level up your learning by grabbing a copy at
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davidburkus Apr 17
MAKE A "TO DON'T" LIST | | 041719 Examine what activities drained you or didn't turn out as expected and consider adding them to your list of automatic "no's" when invited. In other words, add them to you "to don't" list.
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davidburkus Apr 17
Replying to @marcapitman
Right?!
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davidburkus Apr 17
Or we could show people the tweets from the people they follow. Perhaps in chronological order. That might work.
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davidburkus Apr 17
Thanks so much!
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davidburkus Apr 17
And you’d think they’d be open to the idea of acknowledging that you know nothing. It’s as old as Socrates.
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Dr. Tasha Eurich Apr 16
Wonderful advice from - admit when you don't know something, but stay committed to learning. Ongoing learning—saying to ourselves, the more I think I know, the more I need to learn—is a powerful way to combat knowledge blindness and improve our skills.
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Justin Brady ⚠️ Apr 16
Re-invent your career with these books from my podcast guests. Sign up to win "Friend of a Friend" by & "Reinvention Roadmap" by (1 winner announced April 23)
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