Apr. 08, 2016 by Robyn Porterfield and Bob Rose, Rose Porterfield Group

Failing Your Way Up

You have to fail even though it can be hard and you don’t want to. That is a paradox found in every part of life – especially if you strive to be a leader. We’ll give you a real-world example. Two medical…

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Apr. 05, 2016 by TREC Staff

4 Talks to Help Manage Stress

We aren’t at our best when we’re stressed. But since stress is seemingly inevitable in today’s demanding world, our ability to cope with stress often makes the difference between success and failure. Learn secrets…

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Mar. 07, 2016 by Robyn Porterfield and Bob Rose, Rose Porterfield Group

5 Things to Ask about Your Leadership

Improve your leadership skills by asking yourself these five simple questions. You may be surprised by the answers. Does criticism really sting me? Think of criticism as a dart; if it hits you it will hurt. So you…

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Feb. 16, 2016 by Paul Rowsey, President and CEO, Compatriot Capital

20 Qualities of a Leader

In my opinion and in no particular order, these are the essential qualities a person must develop and possess to exhibit leadership qualities and ultimately have the opportunity to become a leader. Loyalty, both from…

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Feb. 08, 2016 by Robyn Porterfield and Bob Rose, Rose Porterfield Group

Act Like a CEO: Building Better Relationships

We have spent a lot of years studying personality traits, traits like assertiveness, stress resilience and of course, intelligence. Oddly enough we always tell people that your traits (or IQ) are not what matter: it’s…

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Jan. 18, 2016 by Sarah Bennett, Dallas-Fort Worth Real Estate Review

Building Relationships that Span Careers

Eleven years ago when Manny Ybarra founded Pillar Commercial, he was looking to fulfill a lifelong dream-starting his own business in the commercial real estate sector. He believed the previous five years at TPMC Realty…

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