Likewise, accomplishing something great is exciting. Exceeding expectations, beating the odds, going somewhere no one else has gone. The pride, the satisfaction and the [...]
Are you deliberately placing yourself as a leader throughout your day—or is your schedule at the whim of circumstance? All too often I find my schedule filling up with urgent appointments to the detriment of truly important things I’m trying to accomplish.
There are any number of good places you could be at [...]
I’ve asked that question to hundreds of people and I’m amazed at the responses I get. Here are just a few:
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Becoming a leader is synonymous with becoming yourself. It is precisely that simple, and it is also that difficult. – Warren Bennis
According to the latest research, scholars agree that there is one—and only one—common characteristic among all exceptional leaders:
That’s it. Great leaders have [...]
In addition to trying to work and take care of my family, I’ve coordinated a cross-country move, closed on a new house, transported a canoe 345 miles, said goodbye to old friends, cleaned out our apartment, visited family, and driven half-way across the country.
Of course I [...]
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