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Marty Seldman & Joshua Seldman respond

cover of Executive StaminaMarty Seldman, Ph.D. and Joshua Seldman, are Co-authors of Executive Stamina: How to optimize time, energy and productivity to achieve peak performance. In Executive Stamina, you’ll learn all the skills, techniques, and positive practices needed to create a sustainable path to achieve your full career potential. Renowned executive coach Marty Seldman and endurance coach Joshua Seldman will introduce you to the revolutionary training system they’ve used with great success on top executives and endurance athletes. You’ll find hundreds of tips and tools that will help you maximize your career potential, while maintaining your health, staying in touch with your values, and avoiding costly tradeoffs in your personal life.

Leading by example, straight off a cliff…

The situation was worse that I recognized, and my supervisor immediately turned around and informed the office leader. Now the junior level member is in a lot of trouble (potentially getting fired) and the other office member (my coworker) is extremely angry with me for “betraying confidences and getting him involved.” Co-authors Marty Seldman, Ph.D. rand Joshua Seldman respond: “Thank you for your letter because it illustrates a difficult leadership issue that is not often discussed. I appreciate your conflict regarding loyalty to a person versus loyalty to the organization.”

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I have made some horrible office politics mistakes

I have to admit that I know nothing about office politics and have made some horrible mistakes… After working for 16 years for a company, I was forced by the owner to leave. Co-authors Marty Seldman, Ph.D. rand Joshua Seldman respond: “Your letter seems to indicate that you have some important values and strengths. These include high standards, honesty and a clear sense of integrity coupled with the “courage of your convictions.”
Archive of letters answered by Marty Seldman and Rick Brandon as coauthors of Survival of the Savvy from February 2005 to June 2008.


ABOUT THE AUTHORS: marty seldmanMarty Seldman, Ph.D. is one of the world’s most experienced and successful executive coaches and is president of Seldman Executive Development Programs (www.seldman.com). He is the co-author of The Wall Street Journal bestseller Survival of the Savvy: High-Integrity Political Tactics for Career and Company Success as well as the author of Super Selling Through Self-Talk: The Ultimate Edge In Sales Success. As an organizational consultant, Dr. Seldman specializes in team building, conflict resolution, feedback systems, and skills and workshops in building and maintaining trust. He received his B.A. from Cornell University and his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Temple University. joshua seldmanJoshua Seldman is a highly respected cycling and fitness coach and a successful endurance athlete. During his professional athletic career, he was a twelve-hour and twentyfour- hour solo mountain bike champion. He was also a lead coach for Carmichael Training Systems and Lance Armstrong’s Tour of Hope cross-country ride. He received his B.S. in exercise physiology, specializing in sports psychology from the University of Florida.