"A Relocation Minute" with Bruce Waller

Leadership Development

Mirror, Mirror on the wall… 3 questions to ask yourself every day!

I once heard that “comparison is the thief of joy.” This is so true… When we compare ourselves to others, it can make us feel better—especially when we compare to someone who is behind us (or as I like to say hasn’t found their lane yet), and sometimes it can make you feel worse if …

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10 Things to Experience at “The HRSouthwest Conference” #HRSWC

Did you know The HRSouthwest Conference (The official State of Texas SHRM Conference) in Fort Worth, Texas is one of the largest HR conferences in the US? We are just days away from over 2500 attendees, speakers, exhibitors, sponsors, and guest roaming through the Fort Worth Convention Center networking, and learning more about NAVIGATING CHANGE …

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Want to Standout? Keep it clean…

When we see someone with passion, we see a leader…. Several years ago, I was hired to manage operations for a multi-million dollar moving and storage organization in Dallas, Texas. This was an exciting time in my career, but immediately recognized that I needed to start building a team of leaders around me quickly. Our …

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Choose to be GREAT!

Would you choose to take one penny that doubled everyday for 31 Days or three million dollars in cash? If you know the story, the penny is the choice to make because on day 31, it reaches over $10 million dollars. However, most people choose the $3 million, because of the longevity to get to …

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What’s your WORD(S)? Take the personal brand challenge…

In Chapter 2, “The route you choose matters” in my book FIND YOUR LANE, I talk about the importance of choosing to ask for feedback. It’s a great way to evaluate your leadership growth at different seasons of your career. People can help you see your “blind spots” by providing a different perspective to help …

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Do you really C.A.R.E.?

I once heard legendary college football coach and commentator Lou Holtz share three questions people want to know before they will follow you as a leader. #1 “Do you CARE about me”?  People want to know the leader cares about them in the workplace and in their personal life. When leaders show a personal interest in their …

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What would you do with $168 million dollars?

My wife and I love to travel to Oklahoma to visit with our parents as much as we can. We are fortunate to be within 3 hours of both of our families and always look forward to a road trip filled with conversation, listening to the radio, and a little reading time. My wife’s dad …

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3 ways to find a “spotter” to help you get better results!

About 10 years ago, I set a goal to get in better shape and establish a routine to workout 3 – 4 times per week which is now part of my weekly practice. Achieving this goal has made significant impact on my health and wellness. I always feel better when I finish a workout in …

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Are you building a strong brand for success?

I see it every day… People show up at a networking event, or post something really cool on social media hoping to connect them to a goal or outcome. Then you look around and think “where did they go”? How about when you send an email that may or may not have a call to …

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History of the 1st Relocation!

Did you know….? The 1st relocation dates back to the caveman, moving from an efficiency cave to a larger cave with an ocean view. Og just needed to move 3 rocks! LOL! It may not have been that stressful for Og back in the day to only have to move 3 rocks, (unless they were …

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