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Chad Grills

CEO, Mission.org — a network of podcasts and creative studio designed to accelerate learning. Selected as “Best of 2018” by Apple. https://apple.co/2KMX

Stephanie Postles

Product Finance @Google for the Geo team (Google Streetview, Maps, etc.) | Founder/Editor of The Mission

The Mission

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Lacey Peace

Editor-in-Chief at The Mission — Your #1 Source for Accelerated Learning.

Dylan Langlois

Purpose Driven Marketer. Marketing @ The Mission

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We’re going through a challenging time at my company.

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Building and Supporting a Team That Lasts

What Questions To Ask The People Who Report To You

A list of things CEOs can cover in one-on-one meetings with their managers, and some gentle ways to open up the discussion

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If you can market your product better than the next person, you’re going to be more successful. Plain and simple.

Why Flattery Is Never A Good Idea In Sales

People tend to see right through it — especially when you’re trying to sell them something.

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