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Terry L. Paulson, PhD

Soaring on the Wings of Change and Taking Others with You


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Harriet Rubin

  • “The new economy is a dangerous place. It is unforgiving, and it measures human life in dog years: Three years wasted on the wrong pursuits, or, just as bad, in avoiding the right ones, leaves you 21 years older and farther off track. There’s never a time for comfort. Now, can you act as though you know that? The interesting challenge is to know that if you don’t go far enough, you’ll never know how far you can go.”


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Heinrich con PiererFormer CEO of Siemens AG

  • “We live in a global economy where the most important competition takes place in the competition of education systems and this is deciding whether you’ll be successful….”


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Felix Schelling

  • “Associations and corporations will become even more influential and crucial as networks of people with common professional, cultural and social interests. They serve many of the functions now performed by governments.”


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J. Paul Getty

“In times of rapid change, experience could be your worst enemy.”


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January 21, 1829To: President Andrew Jackson

  • The canal system of this country is being threatened by the spread of a new form of transportation known as “railroads” and the federal government must preserve the canals for the following reasons:

  • If canal boats are supplanted by “railroads,” serious unemployment will result. Captains, cooks, drivers, hostlers, repairman, and lock tenders will be left without means of livelihood, not to mention the numerous farmers now employed growing hay for the horses....


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Cont’d...

  • Canal boats are absolutely essential to the defense of the United States. In the event of the expected troubles with England, the Erie Canal would be the only means by which we could ever move the supplies so vital to waging a modern war....


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Cont’d

  • As you may well know, Mr. President, “railroad” carriages are pulled at the enormous speed of 15 miles per hour by “engines” which, in addition to endangering life and limb of passengers, roar and snort their way through the countryside, setting fire to crops, scaring the livestock and frightening women and children. The Almighty certainly never intended that people should travel at such breakneck speed.

    Martin Van Buren, Governor of New York


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Anonymous Sage

  • “Recognize that every ‘out front’ maneuver you make is going to be lonely. If you feel entirely comfortable, then you’re not far enough ahead to do any good. That warm sense of everything going well is usually the body temperature at the center of the herd.”



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Andy Grove

  • “Only the paranoid survive.”



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Thomas C. Gibson the wrong house.

  • “People only change when confronted with strong leadership, crisis, or both. Therefore, unless you are willing to be at the whim of crises, strong leadership is the only reliable change force you have.”



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Windowless cubicle 3217, Drone 446-N-3567 speaking. In order to continue achieving any immediate goal, I will need SOME Clue as to where we are going!


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Joel to continue achieving any immediate goal, I will need SOME Clue as to where we are going!Barker

  • “Vision without action is only a dream. Action without vision is just passing the time. Vision with action can change the world.”


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Roy Williams to continue achieving any immediate goal, I will need SOME Clue as to where we are going!UNC Basketball Coach

  • “Be lead by your dreams, not just pushed by your problems.”


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John W. Gardner to continue achieving any immediate goal, I will need SOME Clue as to where we are going!

“The first and last task of a leader is to keep hope alive.”


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Peter Drucker to continue achieving any immediate goal, I will need SOME Clue as to where we are going!

  • “The essence of strategy is denial.”


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John W. Gardner to continue achieving any immediate goal, I will need SOME Clue as to where we are going!

“The first and last task of a leader is to keep hope alive.”


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Get down before you hurt yourself! to continue achieving any immediate goal, I will need SOME Clue as to where we are going!


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Karl Albrecht to continue achieving any immediate goal, I will need SOME Clue as to where we are going!

“Discretionary effort is a function of being committed to giving something extra. If you're people believe in the cause, they are easy to lead.”


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Mark Twain to continue achieving any immediate goal, I will need SOME Clue as to where we are going!

  • “Always do what is right. It will gratify most of the people, and astound the rest.”


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The Courage to Keep Learning to continue achieving any immediate goal, I will need SOME Clue as to where we are going!


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Alvin Toffler to continue achieving any immediate goal, I will need SOME Clue as to where we are going!

  • “The illiterate of the future are not those who cannot read or write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.”



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Tom Peters is more sophisticated than we are.

“I’m simply suggesting that whether you stay with this company or go to another one, the person who sees a career as one of perpetual investment in education stands a lot better chance of surviving in today’s world. Education is the only defense.”


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Edward Bales is more sophisticated than we are.

“We teach collaborative problem-solving. In school that’s called cheating.”


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Executive Development Systems is more sophisticated than we are.

  • “If you want to manage somebody, manage yourself. Do that well, and you’ll be ready to stop managing and start leading.”


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Mr. Walker is busy at the moment building bridges, seeing if his high-achievers are performing at peak levels, building teamwork and a lot of other jazz he learned at Monday’s management workshop.


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Supporting Your Change Efforts his high-achievers are performing at peak levels, building teamwork and a lot of other jazz he learned at Monday’s management workshop.

  • Review the handout for this program at www.terrypaulson.com/articles.html

  • Focus on three “Keepers” that will focus your training focus on your return

  • Access Dr. Paulson’s free e-mail series, “30 Days to Change Your Life” at www.terrypaulson.com/change


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Unleash the Power of Story in Support of his high-achievers are performing at peak levels, building teamwork and a lot of other jazz he learned at Monday’s management workshop.Your Mission and Values


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Edith Wharton his high-achievers are performing at peak levels, building teamwork and a lot of other jazz he learned at Monday’s management workshop.

  • “There are two ways of spreading light: To be the candle, or the mirror that reflects it.”


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Barbara Waugh his high-achievers are performing at peak levels, building teamwork and a lot of other jazz he learned at Monday’s management workshop.Worldwide Personnel Manager, HP Labs

  • “I’m often introduced as being ‘in charge of change.’ I’m not in charge of anything. My role is to create mirrors that show the whole what the parts are doing—through coffee talks and small meetings, through building a network, through bringing people together who have similar or complimentary ideas. … You seek out the positive deviants and support them. You feed them; you give them resources and visibility.”


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Jack Nichols his high-achievers are performing at peak levels, building teamwork and a lot of other jazz he learned at Monday’s management workshop.

  • “Every person I work with knows something better than I. My job is to listen long enough to find it and use it.”


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Problem Solvers Care Enough to Confront his high-achievers are performing at peak levels, building teamwork and a lot of other jazz he learned at Monday’s management workshop.


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Pope John XXIII his high-achievers are performing at peak levels, building teamwork and a lot of other jazz he learned at Monday’s management workshop.

  • “It often happens that I wake at night and begin to think about a serious problem and decide I must tell the Pope about it. Then I wake up completely and remember that I am the Pope.”


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Katie Paine his high-achievers are performing at peak levels, building teamwork and a lot of other jazz he learned at Monday’s management workshop.Founder and CEO of the Delahaye Group

  • “We all make mistakes. But what really makes mistakes expensive is not admitting them right away. Business culture teaches us never to admit to our mistakes but to bury them instead or to blame someone else.”


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Robert Townsend his high-achievers are performing at peak levels, building teamwork and a lot of other jazz he learned at Monday’s management workshop.

  • “A good manager doesn't try to eliminate conflict; he tries to keep it from wasting the energies of his people…. If your people fight each other openly in your presence for what they believe in--that's healthy. But keep all the conflict eyeball to eyeball.”


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Charlie Brown his high-achievers are performing at peak levels, building teamwork and a lot of other jazz he learned at Monday’s management workshop.

  • “No problem is too big or so complicated that it cannot be run away from!”


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That’s the way this job is, Bledsoe… interminable periods of boredom and brief moments of intense excitement!


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Robert Half periods of boredom and brief moments of intense excitement!

“The search for someone to blame is always successful.”



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Jan Carlzon can’t serve you until you smile!Former CEO of SAS

  • “The leader’s most important role is to instill confidence in people. They must dare to take risks and responsibility. You must back them up if they make mistakes.”


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Use Bridge Building to Support Strategic Change can’t serve you until you smile!


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David Clarke can’t serve you until you smile!

  • “Networks are very important, especially for building credibility. We have leaders, but they’re not appointed. You’re a leader by having followers. People have to be able to trust you, and networking becomes the way you build that trust. Once you have it, you can initiate change.”



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Abraham Lincoln know.

“I don’t like that man. I must get to know him better.”



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Newt Hardie thankless job.

  • “Our role as leaders is not to catch people doing things wrong but to create an environment in which people can become heroes.”


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Bear Bryant thankless job.

  • “I’m just a plowhand from Arkansas, but I have learned how to hold a team together. How to lift some men up, how to calm down the others, until finally they’ve got one heartbeat together, a team. There’s just three things I’d ever say: If anything goes bad, I did it. If anything goes semi-good, then we did it. If anything goes real good, then you did it. That’s all it takes to get people to win football games for you.”


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Ronald Heifetz thankless job.Author of Leadership Without Easy Answers

  • “People need leadership to help them maintain their focus on the tough questions. Disciplined attention is the currency of leadership.”



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Victor Borge Lightly

  • “Laughter is the shortest distance between two people.”



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Russ Walden to something else.

“If you aren’t having fun in your work, fix the problem before it becomes serious; ask for help if you need it. If you can’t fix it and won’t ask for help, please go away before you spoil the fun for the rest of us.”



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Vince Lombardi to something else.

“Excellence isn’t a sometimes thing. You have to earn it and reearn it every single day.”


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Walter Hailey to something else.

  • “The most important part of the meeting is immediately after. What are they going to do with it once it is over?”


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Supporting Your Change Efforts to something else.

  • Review the handout for this program at www.terrypaulson.com/articles.html

  • Focus on three “Keepers” that will focus your training focus on your return

  • Access Dr. Paulson’s free e-mail series, “30 Days to Change Your Life” at www.terrypaulson.com/change


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Priceless Proverbs to something else.

  • “A miss is as good as a…

    …Mr!”

  • “Laugh and the world laughs with you. Cry and…

    …you have to blow your nose.”

  • “He who marries for money...

    …better be nice to his wife.”

  • “A penny saved…

    …is not much.”