Category Archive: Leading

Six Step Transformational Conversations

“Many people who could have made the biggest difference in my life didn’t.” @pastorhudson tweeted back, “WOW that’s so true! My question is why? Did they not know? Not care? Not have time?” I… Continue reading

First Pursuits Take You Farthest

I still remember the moment I first saw the girl who eventually became my wife. I was 13 years old. I remember her hair, her shoes, her dress, her eyes, and a smile… Continue reading

How to Be Competent at Being Incompetent

Guess what insecure leaders do when one of their weaknesses comes to light? They immediate explain why it isn’t a weakness and how it’s not that bad. I see it all the time.… Continue reading

Finding Your Power

Focusing on what others should have done is an excuse maker’s paradise. Responses reflect values. Excuse maker and blamers value themselves above others. They’ll drive the knife in your back if it serves… Continue reading

Love at Work

“You don’t love me,” comes from a heart that wants to be loved, but isn’t? “ I love you,” signals beginnings; “You don’t love me,” endings. Love’s ending begins with thoughts like: You… Continue reading

Thriving Through Processes

Organizations without processes never thrive.  Effective and efficient processes create platforms that enable, enhance, and evaluate both individual and organizational performance. What’s your systematic process for achieving breakthroughs, living transparently, or solving problems?… Continue reading