Category Archive: Marks of leaders

“Yeah but’s” ruin celebrations

  Your problem may be thinking about problems all the time. Good leaders Good leaders anticipate and prepare for challenges. To them, the next challenge is a grizzly storm on the horizon that… Continue reading

Britney Spears on Leadership

I woke up at midnight and I wrote down this post. Maybe that’s the reason it’s weird? Leadership lessons from Britney Spears songs: “Crazy” Chorus: Crazy, I just can’t sleep I’m so excited,… Continue reading

A different kind of courage

Image Source by Resolution-db Bill Cosby wisely said, “I don’t know the key to success but the key to failure is trying to please everybody.” Opportunity Early successes opened doors of opportunity for G.J.… Continue reading

A Dealer in Hope

That’s G.J. Hart, CEO of Texas Roadhouse; a rapidly expanding, publicly traded franchise with 40,000 employees and 340 locations. G.J. and I had an intriguing conversation on March 11, 2011. ********** Gas was 35… Continue reading

Refocus on People

  Focusing on projects motivates leaders to pressure people to work harder, faster, and smarter. Enhance productivity by addressing human need. Speaking into needs: People need security. Insecure people expend energy searching for security. Insecurity… Continue reading

Great Leaders Make Others Great

“Really great people make you feel that you, too, can become great,” Mark Twain. The most important thing The leaders greatest challenge isn’t leading, it’s making others great. Settle for nothing less than growing leaders… Continue reading