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May 2011

Every person’s definition of success is different. According to Dictionary.com success is defined as “the favorable outcome of something attempted.” Take a moment to consider Dictionary.com’s definition one more time. One thing that becomes quite clear is that in order to have a chance at being successful, you must actually

Well here we are, at last! The Third Law of Performance: Future-based language transforms how situations occur to people The Third Law gives us the power to create results. As we learned in the First Law of Performance, "How people perform correlates to how situations occur for them," and the Second Law

My post from last week discussed the First Law. This week we're diving into the Second Law of Performance from The Three Laws of Performance by Steve Zaffron and Dave Logan. The Second Law: How a situation occurs arises in language. Logan and Zaffron explain the Second Law by stating, "How situations occur

This post is a continuation from my Introduction to The Three Laws of Performance.  Over the next three posts I will be writing about each of the three laws individually. So, let’s jump right in… The First Law of Performance: How people perform correlates to how situations occur for them. You might