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leadership tips - the ceo magazine
Joshua Coburn

With competition in the business world growing at a faster pace the need for new and creative leadership is rapidly growing. Fulfilling this need has resulted in an influx of new employees penetrating the corporate landscape. Frequently these employees are thrust into management positions untrained and ill-equipped for leadership. Below are five tips for standing out in the office,

ceo health - the ceo magazine

CEOs make important decisions everyday that affect an entire company. Setting the direction for where a company is headed requires lots of brainpower; however, many of the habits that some CEOs exhibit have a huge impact on cognitive performance and brain health. From lack of sleep, poor dietary habits, stress, lack of exercise, and smoking, these habits can severely affect decisions that a CEO makes.

3 Lessons You Can Learn from an NFL Training Camp - The CEO Magazine

My first two cars were Orange and Brown. Not great colors for a car, but great colors for a Cleveland Browns fan. My first real purchase when I started working was two Browns season tickets. I was both an official Browns Supporter and an unofficial Browns supporter who really was at the 4th longest NFL game ever, the January 3, 1987 - AFC Divisional Playoff Game. 

Recently I attended my first ever Training Camp. I was amazed and impressed with what the NFL has done with what is truly just “practice”. 

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