Category Archive: Personal Growth

Letting people see our Frailties

People that know me best compliment me least and people that know me least compliment me most. Some compliments aren’t sincere. They’re flattery. A compliment is flattery when it’s designed to manipulate us.… Continue reading

A What Without a How

  A “what” without a “how” is like a car without gas. My “what” statement: What I’m doing in life is adding value to others in ways consistent with who I am and… Continue reading

Getting the most from twitter

(If you have trouble reading the text in the graphics, holding down the ctrl key and pressing the “+” key should enlarge the font. Hold down ctrl and press “-” to shrink the… Continue reading

Maybe you are the problem …

Once upon a time, a bushy gray-bearded man shuffled toward farmer’s market.  Sadly, the spring air felt right but it smelled wrong. Pausing, he shrugged and then trudged forward. Happening upon a purple… Continue reading

7 Steps to Transformational Influence

The problem I have with Jeremie’s book is it’s inescapably practical. Jeremie Kubicek, President and CEO of GiANT Impact, focuses on potential beyond current expectations. My impression is based on a 45 minute phone… Continue reading

Being and doing

Some shifts in life happen intentionally; life shifts when you learn to drive a car. Other shifts sneak up on you and if you let them, you change. The experiment of writing Leadership… Continue reading