The Price of Business (Radio Interview)

by Steven Mundahl on September 23, 2013

Interview with Steven Mundahl on The Price of Business talk radio show.

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Become a better leader and parent!

by Steven Mundahl on January 9, 2014

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Treat your employees like family and watch them grow

December 31, 2013

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/careers/leadership-lab/treat-your-employees-like-family-and-watch-them-grow/article16130365/?vm=r

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Reckless Behavior Signals the Need for an Inner Coach

December 16, 2013

http://blogs.the-ceo-magazine.com/stevemundahl/reckless-behavior-signals-need-%E2%80%9Cinner-coach%E2%80%9D

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Scrooge Is Just a State of Mind

December 9, 2013

  What did Dickens really show us in his famous Christmas story? Is it really about an old man who had given up hope in the joy of life, or is there a deeper lesson for us to learn? Within us all is that crooked nosed humbug, Ebenezer Scrooge. Haven’t we all said “humbug” to […]

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5 Traits Shared by Centenarian Businesses

November 26, 2013

By Steven Mundahl, Published November 26, 2013 Why are there so few businesses that  live to be 100+ years old? Is longevity due to leadership, good business  practices, or just luck? In every industry, there are graveyards full of once-good companies with good  ideas and good workforces that did not survive. In the auto industry […]

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Belief in Something Better is a Key to Success

November 18, 2013

By Trevor Blake The Huffington Post   I’m a proponent of positive thinking–not merely because it feels good, but because it weakens and rewires negative thought patterns in our brain that lead to emotions such as hopelessness, defeat, and depression. For leaders and entrepreneurs, learning how to overcome negative thinking is as essential for success […]

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What Would Your Headline Be?

November 3, 2013

Not a day goes by that we don’t see a headline where some public leader is “outed.” Rising stars in sports, business, religion, entertainment or government all fill the headlines. A fallen leader may cause us to scan our own lives for similar issues. Perhaps we have small secrets that are not headline material but […]

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Develop a Method for Your Intuition

October 25, 2013

by Steven Mundahl and Sharon Massoth All successful leaders, perhaps even unwittingly, have developed their own methods for accessing their intuition. Thomas Edison is reported to have sat in a chair holding a ball in each hand while thinking of a problem for which he needed a solution. He would then proceed to daydream. When […]

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Build Healthy Corporate Cultures: Is Your Company’s Philosophy… “Our Way or the Highway?”

October 24, 2013

I once worked for a company for only one week before realizing I couldn’t spend another day there. I worked there as an analyst that specialized in assisting companies to become more profitable. The promotional arm of the company promised a free analysis of business practices, so when the analyst completed the analysis, the high […]

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What ‘All Is Lost’ Teaches Us About Living In The Moment

October 21, 2013

What can a movie tell us about living in the moment? Steven Mundhal writes about All is Lost in Forbes. Critics are hailing Robert Redford’s performance in the film All Is Lost as the best of his career. I see it as much more than a moviegoer’s experience. It’s really a meditation. The name of […]

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