Category Archive: Personal Growth

Leaders lift others

Self-made is a myth. You and I stand on the shoulders of lifters. People that shaped us and helped us believe in something more. My personal list of lifters includes too many to name… Continue reading

From us to others

Stop in, you could win. To qualify for one of three free, signed copies of “Awesomely Simple” by John Spence, go to yesterdays blog and leave a comment. I’m drawing names this Saturday,… Continue reading

Succeeding when you’re new

An email arrived from a new Leadership Freak subscriber asking if I had any hints that might help a new supervisor. “New” means they were recently hired to a supervisory role with a… Continue reading

Untapped potential in view of resistance and reluctance

***** (This is the “R” installment of the series, “Alphabet for Leaders.) Long-term success is a result of leveraging your strengths. Marilyn Savant correctly observes, “Success is achieved by developing our strengths, not… Continue reading

The “P” word for leaders – Priorities

(This is the “P” installment of the series, “Alphabet for Leaders.”) “There can be no happiness if the things we believe in are different from the things we do.” Freya Madeline Stark Ever… Continue reading

Developing other leaders

Thinking back on my past I can identify people who developed my potential and skill. It’s a pleasure to think back on their positive influence in my life. First of all, leadership development… Continue reading