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Mark Miller is a business leader, best-selling author and communicator.Mark began writing about a decade ago. He teamed up with Ken Blanchard, co-author of The One Minute Manager to write The Secret : What Great Leaders Know and Do. Today, almost 400,000 copies of The Secret are in print, and it has been translated into more than 20 languages.In addition to his writing, Mark loves speaking to leaders. Over the years, he’s traveled extensively around the world teaching for numerous international organizations. His theme is always the same: encouraging and equipping leaders. His topics include leadership, creativity, team building, and more.
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Must Wins

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It’s never too early to start planning for 2015. What do you want to accomplish? How are you going to get there? What are the critical things you must accomplish, and what lofty opportunity would be great, though not necessary to attain? Must wins help us know what we must do! Read more

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De-Clutter Your Leadership

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I’ll admit it, ever since I started writing this blog, I’ve been much more aware of potential leadership lessons lurking in the mundane circumstances of life. I discovered another one this past week. We’re moving. As we began packing the boxes, it was obvious to me how much we’d accumulated since our last move. This » Read More

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10 New Year’s Resolutions for the Servant Leader

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As this year winds down, I’m preoccupied with the question of how I can be more effective next year. My historical method, and the process I’ve started for 2014, has been to create a plan – complete with goals, strategies and tactics. However, someone challenged me recently with the idea of establishing resolutions. She said, “If » Read More

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The Right Questions Can Change Your Life

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Last week, I had the opportunity to be with John Maxwell at an event to raise money to train leaders around the world. It was an outstanding experience. One of the highlights was a session John led about questions that changed his life. I’ve long been a fan of great questions. I’ve even created an outline » Read More

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How Good Do You Want to Be?

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It seems as long as I can remember, I’ve been captivated by men and women who are at the top of their game – whether professional athletes, CEOs, doctors or artists. Do you ever wonder how they reached their elite status? What do you call “it” when you see it? I call it mastery. What » Read More

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How Full is the Glass?

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The subtitle of my upcoming book really captures the reason I’m so excited about its release… Becoming a Leader People Want to Follow. If you and I as leaders cannot create followship, we’re not leading at all. John Maxwell says, “If you look around and no one is following you, you’re just taking a walk.” » Read More

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Do You Want to Write a Book?

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It’s a question that, admittedly, may only speak to a small percentage of people. However, it is a question I get often… What advice do you have for an aspiring author? This is a fun and strange question for a guy who sells chicken for a living. I’m no expert on writing books. However, with » Read More

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Today’s Challenge: Celebration

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Some leaders don’t have an issue celebrating a team’s accomplishments. They are naturally gifted at celebration. However, many leaders, including myself, struggle with celebrating – and not because we’re no fun. If we don’t, from time to time, stop and celebrate with our team, we’ll miss a huge opportunity. In this post I’m sharing a few reasons » Read More

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What great leaders know and do

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The best leaders have a secret. It’s what enables them to outperform the rest. Do you know what it is? It’s probably not what you think. Certainly, great leaders are women and men of extraordinary vision who rally people to pursue a preferred future. The best leaders do more than cast a compelling vision — » Read More

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