Category Archive: Curiosity

Three Ways to Protect Success

Letting down destroys you. Maintaining and sustaining success is harder than achieving it. Humility is your companion on the way up. Arrogance trips you at the top. Three ways to protect success: #1.… Continue reading

How Questions are Statements and What to Do About It

Questions are statements for those who listen. Questions, more than statements, explain who you are. Lack of questions is most revealing of all. Those who don’t ask questions are either disinterested, afraid, arrogant,… Continue reading

10 Principles for Coaching Your Players to Success

Impatient leaders rely on power and authority to get things done. Persistent application of power and authority drains energy from those in it’s wake. Coaching leaders share power. 10 principles for coaching your players to… Continue reading

13 Ways Leaders Make Dumb Decisions

Dumb is easy at the beginning and painful in the end. The future depends on today’s wise decision. 13 ways to make dumb decisions: Ignore the strengths, weaknesses, and passions of teammates. Birds… Continue reading

Pat on the Back or Kick in the Pants

Some people respond well to a pat on the back, others to a kick in the pants. Mary practically ignores, “The way you handled Bob’s objection was beautiful.” But, she lights up and leans… Continue reading

7 Ways to Push Through Thorny Issues

Thorny issues always get worse when unattended. Inevitably, you tumble into disappointing results, heated confrontation, broken relationships, or fatalistic resignation. Thorny issues are pivotal moments that confirm, confront, or establish trajectory. There is no arrival only… Continue reading