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When You Make the Touchdown, Take One Small Step over to the Ref, Modestly Handing Him the Football

I recently read an article about the “no-celebration” policy of the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars. In post-millennial professional football, when a player scores, he typically responds as if he’d also just jammed his fingers into an electric socket. His on-field display … Continue reading

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NFL fans, listen up! When you next have a tough problem don’t punt!

“If everyone agrees out of fear or ignorance to sort of play ultraconservative, nobody really has an advantage.”                                                                                –Brian Burke Brian Burke’s comment above comes from an interesting article by Adam Himmelsbach on American football.  Himmelsbach advises adopting a field … Continue reading

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Super Bowl XLVI – One Play at a Time to Win

While it is almost impossible for the Super Bowl game to rise to the dramatic expectations stoked by the media and advertisers, what occurs on the field always provides teachings applicable to our business and personal lives.  First, the team … Continue reading

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The Executive Mindset – Pivot Point Group Interviews Sandy Costa

Q&A with Sandy Costa by The Pivot Point Group Former President and COO of Quintiles Transnational Corp. Sandy Costa shares his views on the executive mindset. As president and chief operating officer of Quintiles Transnational Corp. Sandy Costa was responsible … Continue reading

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