"A Relocation Minute" with Bruce Waller

Leadership Development

How are you adding value? Believe in yourself and use these 3 strategies for next level leadership…

I was recently reading about an athlete that had dreams of playing college football. In high school, he played quarterback in west Texas. As a sophomore, he threw a pass to his receiver but got deflected and into the hands of the opposing team for an interception. The quarterback ran him down and tackled the …

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What is the best advice you ever received in your career?

I have received some great advice from many leaders over the course of my career, but the advice I received in 2002 was a game changer and remember it like it was yesterday. One morning sitting in my office as the new operations manager, I called my brother to tell him about the mess I …

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Moving from WORST to FIRST! Leaders must set the expectations!

One of the things I enjoy most about social media is seeing pictures – especially when memories pop up. Pictures are the recording of our past and give us the opportunity to reflect on special moments in time to share with family and friends. Pictures help us reflect on the past and create space for …

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Are you making your mark as a leader?

Years ago, when I graduated from college and decided to make a career change, it involved making the decision to leave our family business and relocate to Dallas, Texas to start something new. Little did I know how special this journey was going to be. I remember the excitement about the road ahead and how …

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Reflect, Reset, and Resume! Making your mark as a leader…

Oprah Winfrey once said that everyone wants 3 things in life… they want to be seen, heard, and understood…One way we can do this is by capturing our thoughts, our highlights, our moments… on our journey. There are many ways to share our words today, especially with social media, but for me the most impact …

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Milemarkers coming soon! It’s time to start sharing your legacy.

July 2019 marks the 2nd anniversary of my book Find Your Lane. In my book, I share the importance of writing in a journal. Do you have a journal that you write in on a consistent basis? Journaling can provide great insight into yourself and your life. Keeping track of your thoughts, ideas, and progress …

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What are you re-playing? Use this strategy to “win” in the workplace!

On my journey to trying to become a better leader, I have found the ultimate coaching and mentor-ship in reading books. Some of the best books I have discovered were through referrals… a friend sharing a book they read or referring a book that inspired them to take action. I’ve also been inspired to purchase …

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Someone is watching YOU!

Many years ago, when I was early in my career, I was sitting in a training session with our company employees as well as the leadership executives. The speaker was talking about to us about leadership and the importance of values. In one of the exercises, he asked everyone to circle the top 5 values …

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Find Your Lane made it to the Best Career Change Books of All Time

It’s quite an honor to share “Find Your Lane: Change your GPS, Change your Career” has been listed as the #12 best career books on BookAuthority’s Best Career Change Books of All Time: BookAuthority collects and ranks the best books in the world, and it is a great honor to get this kind of recognition. Thank …

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The world’s greatest cover up!

It was in the early 1970’s when my brothers and sisters were able to pull off the greatest cover up of all time. You see, my mother was a bowler. It was her time to get together with friends and enjoy the sport of bowling. She was good… really good. When you are a good …

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