How to change the world

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 8 min read

How does one change the world? It’s the question I think about more than anything else (more on that later). It’s also something people routinely claim to be in pursuit of, or already doing, and thankfully, some people truly are out there trying to change the world. Today, I want to cover two different sides […]

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Coaching Toolkit: The Art of Feedback

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 5 min read

My instinct when I started out mentoring and coaching was to solve people’s problems. I wanted those that I mentored and coached to use my solutions to overcome the problems they were dealing with and avoid the problems they didn’t yet see coming. I, like many coaches, wanted them to see how smart I am. […]

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The Leadership Golden Rule

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 3 min read

“The Golden Rule” did not originate under Christianity. Its earliest usage predates popular usage by more than a millennia with earliest historical records dating it to 2040–1650 BCE. However, today is not a history lesson…it’s a leadership lesson. Thou Shalt… “Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself.” Galatians 5:14 The Golden Rule seems like a […]

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Work, Love, and Language

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 8 min read

I believe that love matters anywhere and everywhere, including at work. — I’m married, but I’ve also been divorced. I have close friends, but I’ve also lost friends. I’ve had loyal clients who would rave about working with me, but I’ve also been fired by clients, and had to fire clients. I’ve had colleagues that […]

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Work, like everything else in life, is perfect. Things go perfectly according to plan and everyone I interact with is perfectly amazing, and perfectly easy to get along with. -No one, ever It is no secret, nor surprise, that teams that work well together outperform those with constant in-fighting and backstabbing, especially over the long […]

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On March 1, 2011 I launched True Voice Media, a social media agency. Having graduated from my MBA only 3 years prior, I’d been putting what I’d learned into practice. I’ve written and spoken plenty of times about the lessons I’d learned in my MBA. One of the most important is that money is the […]

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Heroes & Villains

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 7 min read

In the comics, Heroes and Villains are typically clearly defined. In reality, particularly in business, things are less obvious. In the comics… Heroes may be distinguished by overtly patriotic imagery, association with the military or law enforcement, their tendency to rescue people in peril, or simply by contrasting them against the villains. Villains may be […]

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I really enjoy my side-hustle. I write online dating profiles…and I’m REALLY good at it. 7 years ago I developed a… Posted by Jeff Gibbard on Monday, March 22, 2021 About two weeks ago, I posted on Facebook about my side hustle of writing online dating profiles. It is a business I started several years ago […]

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As a follow up to Classic Cuts: The Blog Mixtape – Volume 1, I’ve assembled a follow-up mixtape of more classic cuts from my blog. These posts are all from 2020 and if you missed them the first time around, don’t miss it this time around. Feel free to check out these tracks in any […]

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For your reading pleasure today, I’ve assembled a mixtape of classic cuts from my blog (2013 – 2020). You can check out these tracks in any order you like. See the brief description of each track beneath the title. Do you even have a head? (2019) Have you ever wondered why you can coach others […]

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