Category Archive: Leading

4 Ways to Procrastinate Successfully

Everyone procrastinates, but you can’t make a career of it. I’d be rich if I could find a CPO position – Chief Procrastination Officer. People most likely to procrastinate are impulsive, disorganized, or… Continue reading

3 Emotional Intelligence Practices for Busy Leaders

Emotional intelligence is rocket fuel for competent, intelligent leaders. “CEOs, on average, have the lowest EQ scores in the workplace.” Emotional Intelligence 2.0 Five components of emotional intelligence. “… the most effective leaders… Continue reading

4 Ways to Do Less and Get More Done Today

You get more done when you do less, and you get less done when you do more. Constant busyness produces shallow people. Most of us do too much of what matters less. I… Continue reading


Book Giveaway!! 20 copies available!! Leave a comment on this guest post by Karolin Helbig and Minette Norman to become eligible for one of 20 complimentary copies of their new book, The Psychological Safety… Continue reading

The Dark Night of the Soul

Everyone descends into the dark night of the soul a time or two or three. Some absorb the darkness. Others rise. This post is about the difference. The difference between everyday blues and… Continue reading

Insight from Kenny Chesney on Trustworthy Leaders

Trustworthy leaders with average teams outperform teams of suspicious superstars. Untrustworthy leaders swing a blunt axe. Speed slows to agony. Confidence turns to suspicion. Authenticity becomes masking-up. Initiative turns to covering your butt.… Continue reading