THE STEPHEN GOWER BLOG

SGM 001 : As you Grow Older

THE STEPHEN GOWER BLOG Welcome to Stephen Gower Micside episode 1 : As you Grow Older   ABOUT STEPHEN GOWER Stephen is the best-selling author of 25 books, including What Do They See When They See You Coming? He has also written countless articles...

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What Do They See When They See You Coming?

THE STEPHEN GOWER BLOG It is what you do not think about that can deny you the outcomes you have targeted! Four is one too few. Communication is more than source, message, channel, and receiver. The fifth element of communication is perception. The message the source...

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The Two-Minute Drill

THE STEPHEN GOWER BLOG For approximately fifteen years, it has been my privilege to serve as “Color Commentator” for high school football broadcasts over a very powerful FM radio station. During that period of time, I have helped broadcast close to two hundred...

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Pass the P’s

THE STEPHEN GOWER BLOG Pass the P's please: Parkinson's, Perfection, Practice, and Passion What you think can/will hurt you, can rise up and help you. I was not prepared for my shock when I was told that Parkinson's was the diagnosis. Years before I had been informed...

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Minority Opinions

THE STEPHEN GOWER BLOG Any discussion of the national government will eventually include the Supreme Court. Routinely, the interest in the court for many revolves around new appointees. I am more intrigued by two documents that are written about the decisions made by...

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DNA of Leadership: Encouragement

THE STEPHEN GOWER BLOG Aggressive enough to Affirm – Caring enough to Confront As late as 2000, leaders were sharing that the number one driving force for them was monetary compensation. A close second was the feeling of being appreciated. More recently, those two...

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Did You Forget that I Was Here?

THE STEPHEN GOWER BLOG Couched between “Stephen” and “Gower” lies my middle name, “Macklyn.” If recognized at all, “Macklyn” is reduced to “M”--one letter preceded by seven letters and followed by five letters. “Macklyn” is overpowered, camouflaged, dwarfed by...

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Obsession: Beating the Buzzer

THE STEPHEN GOWER BLOG The 2016 Final Four is over—finally. The highlight of the championship game was the buzzer beater at the end of the game. In this instance, beating the buzzer was a good thing for Villanova, a bad thing for North Carolina. Beating the buzzer can...

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