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Author: Robby Slaughter

Robby Slaughter is a productivity speaker and expert. He is a principal with a AccelaWork, an Indianapolis consulting firm.

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Making an Effort Makes the Difference

Perhaps another aspect of midwestern sensibility is to be polite when asked questions. Here in Indiana, we want to respond in a friendly way, even if the question isn’t one we’d prefer to answer. That’s why making an effort before you ask the question makes all the difference

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Wed, May 30 2018 » Change Managment and Learning Organization, Self Development » No Comments

Of Course You Need a Job. But Don’t Act Like You Do.

If there’s a good way to summarize the economy in Indiana (and in America at large), it’s this: most people need jobs, but most organizations only offer jobs because they can’t think of any other way to run their business. Let’s say that again: any job you’ve ever had would go away if someone figured […]

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Wed, May 16 2018 » Uncategorized » No Comments

Being Correct vs. Being Right

As a kid growing up I liked some classes more than others. In math there was a “right” answer, and that felt good to me. In history there was often a right answer as well, especially if we had to memorize the date of an important event or the name of a significant figure. But […]

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Wed, April 25 2018 » Ethics and Fraud » No Comments

The Three Qualities of Great People

Whether you have a job, you’re looking for a job, or if you’re hiring people for a job, there are three qualities you should seek out. Some people have just one of them. Some have two. The very best have all three. But those folks are rare—which is why you should become one.

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Wed, April 18 2018 » Uncategorized » No Comments

The Key Concept of Resource Debt

Many technology professionals—especially those who work in management—are familiar with the concept of technical debt. It’s worth explaining what this is, but really, it’s an example of a wide variety of non-financial debt that plagues many organizations and individuals. “Resource debt,” as you might call it, is often silent but often destructive. Here’s how it […]

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Wed, March 28 2018 » Uncategorized » No Comments

Confident vs. Knowledgable in the Job Search

Imagine that you were hiring someone to build you a house. It’s a big project. It’s going to to cost a lot of money. If they do it well, you and your family will enjoy the home for years to come. If they do it poorly, it will create all kinds of problems—it might even […]

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Wed, March 21 2018 » Corporate Culture, Self Development » No Comments