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Introducing 2MBoldn! Leadership & Learning by Todd Bouldin

  Welcome to the new 2MBoldn website and blog! 2MBoldn is my new business which brings together all of my services and contributions to leadership development and purposeful living that is alive, energetic and present for all the people and things that matter most to us. Since 2006, I have been writing on this blog, […]

The Turnaround Team: The Success Formula of the Philadelphia Eagles

On this Sunday, the Philadelphia Eagles will face off against the 6 time champion New England Patriots at the 2018 Super Bowl in Minneapolis. The Eagles have never won a Super Bowl Championship, but they enter this contest in a strong position to do so after a remarkable 2 year turnaround that led them towards […]

I Don't Read: On Leadership and Curiosity

“I don’t read.” I hear leaders confess this quite often in my coaching and training work with them. With the publication of the new book¬†Fire and Fury this week about the Trump White House, an allegation has been made repeatedly and consistently that President Trump does not like to read. This is likely overstated, but […]

The Secret to Tom Brady's Leadership: The Influence of Energy

All of us emit a “vibe” or an “energy” to people around us in every minute of the day. The problem is that we emit much of this energy without thought, intention or practice. In essence, the energy we manifest to others is often in automatic default mode, and we may forget that others are […]

Bossy or Bold? Becoming an Assertive Woman in the Workplace

Much of my consulting and training work is in the New York City area, and one of the most frequently asked questions I receive from female clients is how to be assertive without being perceived negatively by other female and male colleagues. Even in a progress work environment like NYC financial services, females are told […]

The World of Work, Part 4: Leaders and Managers: There is a Difference

Managers are a dime a dozen, but leaders are hard to find. That is why employees tell me often that do not know the purpose of their work, that no one ever tells them “thank you”, or that there is no communication in their workplace. They have managers, but managers are not necessarily leaders. Leaders […]