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Why self-improvement needs to begin on the inside

"Do unto others as you would have them do unto you".

Matthew 7:12 NCV, see also Luke 6:31

This fundamental moral principle has appeared in many religions and cultures over thousands of years and it continues to be relevant today.

It’s a simple philosophy that we all genuinely believe we follow, but some of us are much better at it than others. This is especially true of the leaders around us and in the media. It’s not hard to see that some have become too self-absorbed to notice how their behaviour affects others. Some may never have known and others simply might not care. Yet, how leaders treat others will often determine their success.

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3 golden rules for effective leadership

"Do unto others as you would have them do unto you".

Matthew 7:12 NCV, see also Luke 6:31

This fundamental moral principle has appeared in many religions and cultures over thousands of years and it continues to be relevant today.

It’s a simple philosophy that we all genuinely believe we follow, but some of us are much better at it than others. This is especially true of the leaders around us and in the media. It’s not hard to see that some have become too self-absorbed to notice how their behaviour affects others. Some may never have known and others simply might not care. Yet, how leaders treat others will often determine their success.

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How to build a mentally healthy team in a growing business

“Adam Trippe-Smith is also no stranger to burnout. As an entrepreneur, he was a co-founder of easyCar.com in London, co-founder of McLaren Vale Beer Company, co-founder of the Independent Brewers Association, founder of Kegstar and founder of The Balmain Ball. In other words, he’s been busy.

In his interview on The Mentor List, Trippe-Smith described the ups and downs of his entrepreneurial journey. As well as sharing his successes, he was quite open about the delayed effect his years of constant activity had on his mental health.”

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Disruption in healthcare advocacy – fixing an ailing system

“Tony McGinn knows how to get things done.

Through his company, MCM Entertainment, he has been a driving force behind media content production and syndication in the Australian music industry for several decades. His company created ways to create and transport several kilograms of pre-recorded large audio tape reels via courier to hundreds of radio stations across the country so that shows like Take 40 Australia could be aired at the same time each week. Then they had to collect the tapes and bring them back to start the whole process again for the next week. Later, the tapes were replaced by CDs and, eventually, by digital platforms.”

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