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Leadership Lessons from General James ‘Mad Dog’ Mattis

If there is someone you can trust for your leadership advice, it’s the U.S. Marines. This interview with General James ‘Mad Dog’ Mattis highlights several memorable leadership insights. It has a military slant to it of course, but the principles are applicable in many situations.   (Go to the actual YouTube site for this one, as it contains a list of all of the questions Mattis answers.)

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Explaining the Equifax Data Leak

Equifax is one of the last companies you would want to hear has fallen victim to a major hack, but it happened. This video from TechCrunch explains that Equifax’s reaction to the hack has been sluggish at best and negligent at worst. Heed this as a warning of how not to handle customers.

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Who Can We Trust with Digital Ad Reach?

Facebook thinks its ads can reach roughly 10 million more people than even exist in the United States census. This shows that digital advertising metrics are prone to serious errors, either from how they were built, or from the insidious presence of bots.

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Why Smart People Ignore Good Advice

Have you ever disregarded someone’s advice and later thought to yourself, “Wow, I really should’ve listened to that person”? This video explains quickly and succinctly why you made the choice you did, so that maybe next time you’ll think twice about ignoring good advice.

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How to Make Hard Choices

Hard choices are hard for very good reasons, but if you frame them in the right ways, you can alleviate the pressure. If you have a few minutes, watch this TED talk that could expand your perspective wide open.

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