Category Archive: Change

You want something new but you’re afraid

Yesterday I had a conversation with a person who longs for something more than what they are currently doing. They feel trapped. Current responsibilities wall them in. They fear taking a leap into… Continue reading

Undo?

This is the “U” installment of the leadership series, “Alphabet for Leaders.” During my college days I turned my car in front of another car. The front of the other guy’s car and… Continue reading

The best “B” word for leaders – Better

This is the second installment in the Alphabet for Leaders. Today it’s the letter “B.” ***** Don’t brag about talents, aptitudes, abilities, education, achievements, or business relationships. Tell me this one thing about… Continue reading

Explosive personal growth

Growth can be gradual. We often grow like plants, imperceptibly. Gradual growth is stable growth that tracks along the same path. Gradual growth is more of the same only better. For example, learning… Continue reading

Adjusting course

You never achieve success following a straight line to a stable target. Changing conditions, lessons learned, and moving targets require leaders to adjust organizational trajectory. The path to success is a jagged line… Continue reading

How to make things happen?

Check out the change curve.  The flat blue line represent life/business as it should be.  The red star represents a problem or an unacceptable situation. The greater the gap between the blue line and… Continue reading