Here you’ll find thirty lessons on leadership that will hopefully help you to help those around you…
Lesson #4 — You’re not your staff’s best friend. That doesn’t mean you don’t support and care about them. It simply means that you have a role to teach and lead and that requires a certain degree of separation.
The Enemies of Excellence 7 Reasons Why We Sabotage Success By Greg Salciccioli All too often we see famous individuals who seem to have it all that do incredibly stupid things and throw it all away. Why is that? Greg Salciccioli takes on EXACTLY this issue in The...
Jeff Olson has done a wonderful job of highlighting a number of simple, easy to understand habits that, if taken, will massively improve your productivity.
There are not many that would disagree with Burg’s basic premise: Unless you are able to influence the way others think and act you will be limited in your success
The premise of this book is quite simple – we need to focus on those few things that have the most impact on our lives
I write about non-financial topics and how to overcome our poor financial behaviors as THIS is the secret to “getting rich quick”
Today I decided to share the wisdom of Winston Churchill — a wise man we can all learn a lot from!
These are the four podcasts that I listen to EVERY week. I would encourage you to take a listen to each of these and see what you think / see what you can learn
A number of years ago, I had the privilege of receiving a Powerpoint presentation that had been pulled together by Colin Powell on the 18 lessons that leaders need to understand. Since that time I've reviewed the principles countless times, shared with others...
Think about the last time that you really thanked someone. You remember, that time when you were stuck. You were facing some challenge or obstacle that seemed insurmountable. Your friend or colleague took the time to sit with you. To listen. To ask questions. To help you figure out what to do.
One of my favorite — and I feel most accurate — sayings is: we judge ourselves by our intentions, others judge us by our actions. Ultimately it’s not what you say, but what you do that matters most to people.
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