Even small changes can have a big impact!
When cooking food, a little too much or too little of an ingredient can ruin a dish. So if you are cooking from a great recipe, it is vital to focus […]
We admire pioneers who are not afraid to blaze the trail of success, create their own blueprint for progress, and forge through adversity to breakthrough barriers. However, nine times out […]
What too many people fail to grasp is that one doesn’t become a leader overnight. You may have the title, but that’s not all it takes to be successful. To […]
Often times, we spend so much energy on trying to not fail, that we fail at everything. Middle School Leadership Lesson I was watching a basketball coach work with some […]
Leaders: People will perform up to your expectations – set your expectations at your team’s full potential, then help them succeed. Names Effect Enthusiasm Sports teams select names that are […]
Change is vital to growth and expansion. It gives organizations a competitive edge and gives employees a spark of energy. We must have change in order to grow. Whether you […]
What happened to polite people? It seems that over the years, people have continuously treated people worse. Rudeness and incivility affect people in a deeper level, and especially affect their […]
Last week I taught a half a dozen workshops for one of my clients on how to succeed at work. In doing research for the workshop, I came across a […]
One of the biggest issues that face many leaders today is the lack of clarity in the direction of their teams and organizations. This is most evident directly after a […]
“I seen a peanut stand, heard a rubber band, I seen a needle that winked its eye. But I be done seen ‘bout ev’rything When I see an elephant fly.” […]
We admire people with inner strength—we make them our heroes and call them by names like John Wayne. Heroes don’t focus on their weaknesses—instead, they develop their strengths so they can respond to unexpected challenges with confidence.
“Take a step back to go forward? Are you nuts?” Well . . . that’s beside the point. But I am serious. It’s a Directional Thing Sometimes you have to […]