If you’re attempting anything of significance, expect resistance. Try to do anything extraordinary and you’ll immediately feel the gravity of the status quo pulling you back to the common level of life.
Task #27: Anticipate the resistance you’ll face and prepare your response now; write it down in your Leap [...]
I’ve spent the past three weeks sleep-deprived and perpetually behind in just about every area of my life. My routines have been shredded, my energy sapped, my patience eroded, and my disciplines decimated. My home office is a mess, I can’t seem to get into a groove at work, and I haven’t written a [...]
My first real job as an Army Aviator was as a junior staff officer in an Attack Helicopter Battalion. Instead of helicopters and soldiers I was given projects and paperwork. Instead of employing combat power, I was employing PowerPoint.
My turn in the cockpit would come—and it [...]
Ten or twenty years ago, debunking leadership myths was easy. In every other corner office you could find an overconfident boss barking orders to masses of underperforming employees. However, over the last decade there has been a shift in the prevailing management winds.
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