(1) a procedure for solving a mathematical problem in a finite number of steps that frequently involves repetition of an operation. (2) broadly: a step-by-step procedure for solving a problem or accomplishing some end (source) Due to the outsized influence that technology has come to hold over our lives, nowadays, we tend to associate an […]

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How to copy my video & audio set up

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 6 min read

I, like many of you, find myself on a lot of video calls including Zoom, Google Meet, or Microsoft Teams. Perhaps the question that I’m most often asked is: what camera do you use? So today, I’d like to give you a full breakdown of my video setup so that you can copy it. I’ve […]

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The Death of Professionalism

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 5 min read

What does it mean to be Professional? A Professional (noun) is someone who is in the paid for their work, or their Profession. Professional (adjective) is also used colloquially as a descriptive term where the term is assigned to certain types of behavior, clothing choices, and expectations. The opposite of Professional (noun) would be Amateur […]

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Weaponized Empathy

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 9 min read

As humans, we are, presumably, always in the process of improvement. We seek to grow individually and collectively. We look for ways to enhance and optimize our material conditions in the home, in the corporation, in the state. However, we cannot always agree on what represents an improvement. In many cases, by improving in one […]

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As a leader, do you believe that it is possible to fundamentally change the default culture of work? If not, why not? If so, how do you suggest we get there? The ultimate purpose of this blog is to give you anything and everything I can to enable you to become an unstoppable catalyst for […]

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What makes people take action? Is it something intrinsic? Is it something extrinsic? Are we motivated by punishment or by reward? Does motivation comes from profound words layered over a picture of a lion on an Instagram account about becoming a hustle billionaire? Is it wads of cash, lambos, watches, scantily clad women in bikinis […]

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The 10x Problem

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 9 min read

If your Linkedin inbox is anything like mine, it’s a lot of this. Helping Experts Scale to $50k Helping Clients Grow Over $100 Million in 2021 …hire me to scale to 6-7 figures I’m bored. The 10x Problem I’m tired of all the cold outreach that assumes what my goals are, and that those assumptions […]

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A Leader’s Guide to Bias

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 5 min read

A bias is a conscious or unconscious preference or shortcut for decision-making, that supersedes impartiality. We all have biases. To have a bias is neither inherently good, nor bad. Some biases are good or useful, others are not so good and far less useful. Most discussions of bias focus on the darker side of our […]

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Can you relate?

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 5 min read

Stop me if you’ve heard this one. “I get you.” How about this one? “I understand.” Last one… I’ve been exactly where you are. In an effort to relate to others, many of us have learned these phrases. We think that it helps us to connect with and relate to others. On occasion, it does. […]

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How to walk into the room

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 6 min read

Imagine you’ve just been added to a team or a new project. Maybe you’re the new CMO, maybe you’re the new lead for a project team, or maybe you just join a new department as a subject matter expert. The team you’ve joined has been working together for several weeks, months, or even years. They […]

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