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Kevin & Jackie Freiberg, Authors, Bochy Ball: The Chemistry of Winning and Losing in Baseball, Business and Life

Whether you’re a fan or not, there are countless lessons to borrow from baseball and apply in business. As book critic, Jim Pawlak observed, “Both employ ‘players’ with specialties.  Both have All-Stars (aging, prime, budding,) “A” and “B (bench)” players.  Both deal with roster turnover and compete for free-agent talent. Both face competition and make in-game adjustments because of changing situations.  Both deal with budget constraints. To win, their players must be a team.”

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My local burger restaurant recently installed a state-of-the art Coke machine. A big screen displays about ten different options for ice, Coke, its various forms, lemonade, and Sprite. Customers can even opt to mix the different drinks in whatever formula they like.

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Susan Solovic, Author, The One Percent Edge: Small Changes That Guarantee Relevance and Build Sustainable Success

“Surround yourself with the best people you can find, delegate authority, and don't interfere as long as the policy you've decided upon is being carried out.”

—Ronald Reagan

Many people believe Ronald Reagan was a great president. Whether you agree isn’t important for me to make my point. People thought Reagan would fail, but Reagan surrounded himself with some of the best and the brightest minds America had to offer. As a result, he transformed a struggling economy into one with soaring growth, he rebuilt the military, and he restored alliances. He did what many of his critics thought was impossible.

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