Dan Naden
Future You

Dear Future You

Why didn’t you take more chances? Why didn’t you say what needed to be said? Why didn’t you spend more…
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My Daily Retrospective

At the end of your day, what’s flowing through your mind? Are you reflecting on all the wonderful things you’ve…
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BREAKING: Two Conference Handouts that won’t end up in the Trash Can.

If you’ve been to a trade show lately, you’ve seen the ‘material’ that fills most booths. The white papers and…
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How to Get Ahead with a Little Encouragement

As the college-age swimmers pushed and glided effortlessly across the pool, the crowd watched in awe at the incredible athletic…
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When your team grows, check your attitude – Part 2

In Part 1, we shadowed Bill as he struggled with the expansion of his marketing team. Two new hires joined…
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When your team grows, check your attitude.

‘Bill’, a marketer, is a good team player for his organization. He seeks training when it’s available and always extends…
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Get to Know ‘Between the Cracks’ Learning

As a child, it seemed I learned continually. In math class, we figured out what time each train would arrive…
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How I stumble every day

To admit blindspots is the first step towards improvement, right? OK; let’s dive in. Let busyness get the best of…
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How NOT to follow up with your trade show leads

I’ve been to enough conference/events/trade shows over the past few years to see all the tactics that vendors use to…
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Work like a dog today

Our dog, Ruby is a special girl. Every morning, I rise before the sun, and jog along the streets of…
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5 ways to stay engaged at work

The alarm clock beeps and it’s time for another day at work. Stumbling out of bed, you shake sleep from…
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Get personal and watch a person light up

The scene: Two workers decompress over a beer at a local conference’s happy hour. “So, what do you do?” says…
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How to Change Behavior

People don’t change because they are too busy. Change is difficult for most people. Whether it be changing a behavior…
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