Category Archive: Encouragement

4 Ways Weakness is Advantage

Strength usually takes you further than weakness but pretending you have it all together limits opportunity and potential. Strength-based leadership is no excuse to ignore the benefits of weakness. Get over yourself. You… Continue reading

The Shocking Truth about Disrespect and How to Overcome It

Nearly 80% of people who feel disrespected are less committed*. Those who aren’t committed find fault. Those who are committed find a way. It might feel good to ‘put people in their place,’… Continue reading

Getting the Most from the Best Super Bowl Commercial of 2019

This year’s batch of Super Bowl commercials was under-whelming. Even though CBS charged $175,000 a second, or $5.25 million for a 30 second spot. Even Steve Carrell couldn’t save Pepsi’s commercial this year. See,… Continue reading

Why Lousy Leaders Succeed

The worst result of bad leaders is they deflate the drive to be good. Why try, if lousy leaders succeed? A few weeks back a reader asked why bad leaders succeed. His question… Continue reading

Why I Lock My Wife Out of the House

I intentionally lock my wife out of the house. I lock her out because I love her. She isn’t a wild-eyed drunk. She doesn’t need time to cool off after losing her temper.… Continue reading

One Question and One Commitment that Enhance Well-Being

One question and one commitment have the power to enhance well-being in others. But first, take a look the five elements of well-being from a Gallup study that represents 98% of the world’s… Continue reading