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Tasha Eurich, Ph.D.
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Dr. Tasha Eurich is an executive coach, speaker and New York Times best-selling author of Bankable Leadership: Happy People, Bottom Line Results and the Power to Deliver Both.

Her life's work is to boost business results by making leaders AWESOME. Dr. T (as her clients call her) pairs her scientific grounding in human behavior with a pragmatic approach to business challenges—she’s helped thousands of leaders transform.

She was named a Top 100 Thought Leader by Trust Across America and one of Denver Business Journal’s “40 under 40.” She also serves on the faculty of the Center for Creative Leadership.

Entries by Tasha Eurich, Ph.D.

How Remembering the Past Can Help You Win in 2015

(0) Comments | Posted January 10, 2015 | 10:11 AM

What was your favorite memory of the holiday season? For me, one stood out. Last week, I attended a party thrown by an old high school friend. The party was fabulous -- I spent the night catching up with high school friends I'd lost touch with over the years. One...

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Curate Your Mood to Better Your Life

(0) Comments | Posted November 4, 2014 | 6:12 PM

"You did what?" I stammered, "I don't think I heard you right." My friend Florence smiled triumphantly. "Tasha, shutting off my cable was my only option. I couldn't keep hearing about all the things that were wrong with the world. I'd had enough." (I have a borderline obsession with television,...

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Hospital Executives Beware: Impatient Patients Are Taking Charge

(0) Comments | Posted September 17, 2014 | 3:10 PM

In recent years, there's been a seismic shift in the business model of the U.S. health care industry -- hospital executives must adapt or face the danger of becoming obsolete.

Recent developments have forced the hand of an industry famous for its "wizard behind the curtain" mystery. Coupled with...

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Why Idleness Paves the Way for Your Success (Yes, Really!)

(0) Comments | Posted September 2, 2014 | 6:19 PM

The summer of 2014 is winding down. And odds are, you're probably gearing up for something: sending your kids off to school, going to school yourself, or stepping things up at work. For most of us, fall is the time to get our heads back in the game.


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Laughter: The Surprising Secret to Surviving Tough Times

(2) Comments | Posted August 5, 2014 | 2:04 PM

Something happened to me this weekend; it was equal parts hilarious and embarrassing. My friends and I were spending a few days at our new cabin in the Colorado mountains. Our mission was a complete top-to-bottom cleanup. The cabin had been sitting empty for many years before we bought it...

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How Do You Know When Something Is Worth Fighting For?

(0) Comments | Posted July 8, 2014 | 3:04 PM

I hope you had a fabulous Fourth of July. I spent the holiday weekend in the Colorado mountains with my family. As we watched the awe-inspiring fireworks display over Grand Lake, I reflected on the incredible struggle our forefathers overcame to win our independence.

Can you imagine how...

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Make This Your Best Summer Ever: 3 Tips to Work Less and Enjoy Life More

(1) Comments | Posted June 6, 2014 | 9:19 AM

Last week was Memorial Day--the unofficial kick-off to summer. For many people, Memorial Day is a welcome respite after months without a federal holiday. So unless you had the presence of mind to take a spring vacation (and even if you did!), you might be feeling a little burnt out.

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Crisis Leadership: What Flight 370, the South Korean Ferry, and the Donald Sterling Incident Can Teach Us

(0) Comments | Posted May 7, 2014 | 1:35 PM

Today may be a perfectly normal day. But what if it weren't? What if you found yourself in the midst of a crisis? How would you react? How would you respond?

You might be thinking, Oh, don't be silly. I would be clever, decisive and brave!

But research...

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Why We All Need to Accept Reality (And 3 Ways to Do It)

(1) Comments | Posted April 8, 2014 | 9:41 AM

It's finally April -- the start of baseball season. On March 31, 26 of the 30 Major League teams started their 2014 campaigns. If you have a favorite team, you're probably full of optimism about the upcoming season. You think, This is the year they're going to win...

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3 Ways to Stop Your Job From Ruining Your Life

(2) Comments | Posted February 28, 2014 | 8:47 AM

He can't be serious, Jim thought. Jim been recruited away from a Fortune 500 firm by a fast-growing start-up, and it was his first day. The president of the company had just handed him a BlackBerry and said, "Keep this with you at all times." Really?, Jim thought.

That Saturday...

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If You Were a Horrible Boss, Would You Even Know It?

(2) Comments | Posted January 31, 2014 | 10:27 PM

"Is your boss a slave-driving psycho?" This is what a poster for the 2011 movie Horrible Bosses asks. As the movie's box-office popularity attests, most of us have worked for a horrible boss at some point.

In a brilliant piece on the subject, my friends at The Washingtonian

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The Science Behind Successful New Year's Resolutions

(7) Comments | Posted January 1, 2014 | 11:32 AM

Even though the new year can be exciting and full of possibility, it can also be pretty stressful. You might be saying things like, "Why don't any of my pants fit?!" or "How am I still in this horrible job?!"

Enter the New Year's resolution. About 45...

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3 Tricks to Prevent a Nervous Breakdown at Work This Month

(5) Comments | Posted December 13, 2013 | 8:32 AM

Ah, the holidays. You've only just survived Thanksgiving with your family, listening to your Uncle Bob force his annoying political beliefs into every dinner table topic.

And just weeks later, you're simultaneously trying to wrap up one month of work in two weeks because your boss...

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Why You Need to Slack Off at Work This Week

(11) Comments | Posted November 29, 2013 | 10:32 AM

Every office has an eager beaver. You know the one: arriving before everyone else and still logging hours after the boss has gone home. But during the week of Thanksgiving, even this person is probably taking a day or two off work. This is the magic of the holidays.


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