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Coach Gary Micheloni

Gary Micheloni is a working project manager, speaker, author, consultant and coach. He has severals years of industry experience, including a background as a licensed general engineering contractor. For further information and insight on the Full Contact Project Management approach, write Coach Gary at FullContactTeam@gmail.com.

130 articles by Coach Gary Micheloni:

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Pick just one and get it done

Pick just one and get it done

My coach keeps on telling me to only focus on one thing. The way Coach Mark teaches it: “Work at doing one big thing at a time.” Full story

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Your ‘dash’ to success in 2013: Winning your own race

Your ‘dash’ to success in 2013: Winning your own race

Right about now, everyone’s all concerned with New Year’s resolutions. The year 2013 has to be your year to succeed. Full story

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Blessings of leadership

Blessings of leadership

Right now is a weird time for me, and maybe for you, as well. But as I sit here, thinking about this column, I realize that I am in some kind of a convergence of seasons. Full story

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Football, family, friends and fundamentals

Football, family, friends and fundamentals

The first proclamation of Thanksgiving was made by President Washington on Oct. 3, 1789. It wasn’t a national holiday, but followed the birth of a nation. Full story

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From one small step to a giant leap

From one small step to a giant leap

When Neil Armstrong died, it seemed like a part of me died with him. It is hard to believe the man who first walked on the moon some 42 years ago is gone. Full story

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Olympic-sized life and leadership lessons

Olympic-sized life and leadership lessons

I hate to lose, and probably you do, too. What’s worse, though, is never having the chance to compete, or being too cautious or scared to even try. Full story

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Baby bottle leadership

Baby bottle leadership

I am reminded of the trying days in the heat of summer as I look at something right next to my laptop: a baby bottle filled with coins. Full story

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Revolutionary leadership

Revolutionary leadership

In July of 1776, John Adams wrote to his wife, Abigail, that the signing of the Declaration ought to be a day of celebration in years to come. Full story

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Junior’s lessons are larger than life

Junior’s lessons are larger than life

It isn’t often that a city receives a shock. Rarer still does it happen to a state. When it happens to an entire country, it is significant. Full story

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PMs must remember…

PMs must remember…

It is fitting, at least once a year, to stop what we are doing on Memorial Day, and reflect on the “why” of that day. Full story

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No April foolin’ – we win

No April foolin’ – we win

It was 7 a.m. as I was driving down I-5 on my way to a jobsite, and I realized that I was shouting at the radio. Then it hit me: We win! Full story

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Follow me, team!

Follow me, team!

One thing you’ve got to admire is players’ enthusiasm as they follow their coaches and captains out onto the gridiron. They believe in them, and so they follow. Full story

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Your team’s gotta have heart

Your team’s gotta have heart

As Valentine’s Day approaches, with lots of talk about love filling the air, it occurred to me that this holiday is just perfect for reminding us about project leadership. Full story

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Ya gotta have ‘Team’

Ya gotta have ‘Team’

Pro sports teams can be so disappointing. But teamwork, itself? That’s another matter altogether. Where is your team going in the new ‘season’ of 2012? Full story

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The gift of leadership

The gift of leadership

This month as we celebrate things material and spiritual, and present gifts to one another, there is a unique and special gift for us: the gift of leadership. Full story

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Thankful for leadership

Thankful for leadership

As we celebrate Thanksgiving, let’s give thanks for all those giants who came before us and on whose broad shoulders we now stand. Full story

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The 9-11 hero way

The 9-11 hero way

During the last month, most of us have read, watched or heard those accounts of heroism and determination that got our nation through those tough 9-11. Full story

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Face to face with my own prejudices

Face to face with my own prejudices

This is one of those lessons that I am both embarrassed to admit, but glad I have the chance to confess. Full story

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Now is the time for your ‘Dream’

Now is the time for your ‘Dream’

Living in a military town and in the greatest country in the world, freedom seems to be all around me. Yet, it was not always that way for all of us. Full story

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Fourth of July and the Founding Fathers

Fourth of July and the Founding Fathers

Our Independence Day holiday is at hand. Just as the concept of freedom hung in the balance 235 years ago, the independence of your own business may today. Full story



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