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Reducing stress not only benefits your body, but it also makes you a more valuable leader. By Christina Scalera You are tired, weary and downright fatigued. You are not sure how you are going to get through another day, another client, another investor meeting. You are an executive, but you are human nonetheless. And even though your list of accomplishments …
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Deck: Although these five leadership principles may seem like common sense, living by them is not common practice. By: Richard J. Bryan Frank was ex-Special Forces with a fine arts degree—an unusual mix. He achieved a lot in his business career by following five simple principles that he was able to apply to any business, and many have achieved a …