Decisions, Decisions.

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 4 min read

Maybe you can relate? One of the recurring struggles of my life is figuring out how to maintain an effective balance between saying yes and saying no. It can be easy to say yes in our zeal to people please or during a moment where something excites us. Yet, it can also be intoxicating to […]

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The Confidence Equation

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 6 min read

Ever wondered what makes confident people tick? It’s not just about smarts or skills. Dive into the truth about confidence. Learn the four R’s to boost your self-assurance.

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Choosing Who To Let Down

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 4 min read

You have big dreams, big ideas, big plans. But there’s a problem, you feel pulled in too many directions. That’s because you also have important obligations, critical responsibilities, and other people’s high expectations. So, what happens next? Naturally, you do what we all do: try to fit it all in. You convince yourself it’s possible […]

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The Thrill of Debate

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 6 min read

I have a confession to make: I argue with strangers on the internet. So, today, let’s see if it’s worth it. TL;DR Summary No, it’s not worth it. Why would anyone argue with strangers online? If I’m being generous, I’d say I/we argue with strangers online, in the hopes of influencing them to see an […]

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Time-Limited

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 5 min read

If you’ve spent any time in internet marketing circles, you’re well aware of the impact that scarcity has on people’s willingness to act. This is why all of those courses are closing soon. It’s why the special offer has a timer that will run out very soon. It’s why the offer I’m about to make […]

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Deliberately imposed constraint: Write a post in 10 minutes or less If you haven’t read The Six Thinking Hats by Dr. Edward de Bono, I strongly suggest giving it a read. In case you haven’t, here’s the quick run down. You have 6 metaphorical hats that you encourage everyone in a meeting to metaphorically put […]

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Focus and Flow

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 9 min read

Recently, I’ve had a lot of conversations with people who have gotten a late diagnosis ADHD. I’m very open about my ADHD and when people in my network get their own diagnosis, I’m someone they feel comfortable reaching out to. As many of them start reviewing their entire lives and noticing patterns they’d never seen […]

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Change and Expectations

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 4 min read

For most of my life, I have taken great pride in being flexible and for my willingness to embrace change. I saw it as a hallmark or personality and character. But, what I’ve come to realize is that there is more nuance to this idea than I had considered. When we talk about the ability […]

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Declaring Independence

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 6 min read

I Hereby Declare… What if it were just that simple? What if you could just declare your independence? All of this, simply by your own decree. But, as you can imagine, it’s not that simple. At the very least, such a declaration is going to cause some conflict. Independence Independence is a multi-faceted idea. While […]

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Do you need help with a conversation?

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 2 min read

I’ll keep it brief today. I’ve been told, by numerous people, that the outlines, frameworks, and scripts that I’ve provided to them for an important conversation have been among the most useful parts of my book and leadership philosophy. As a result, I’ve decided to put together a new resource to accompany The Lovable Leader […]

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