Category Archive: Personal Growth

How to Defeat a Small Grinchy Heart – Four Things Big Hearted Leaders Learn

“And what happened, then? Well, in Whoville they say – that the Grinch’s small heart grew three sizes that day.” Dr. Seuss It wasn’t that the Grinch wanted to experience joy. He just… Continue reading

If Words Had Calories – Suggestions for Bloviators

Words are like ice cream. A little ice cream tastes good, but a lot of ice cream isn’t better. If words had calories, what size would you be? Would you be healthy, anemic,… Continue reading

How to Leverage the Power of Imagination to Develop Leaders

Will Durante summarized some of Aristotle’s thoughts when he wrote, “You are what you do repeatedly….” You are what you repeatedly do AND what you do begins with imagination. You only do what… Continue reading

Four Advantages of Being an Underdog

Small improvements are better than giving up, even when the odds are stacked against you. David is literally a little guy in the battle against Goliath. Today we use ‘David and Goliath’ to… Continue reading

Dear Dan: When is it Time to Leave a Job?

Dear Dan, This is my 10th year working at the same place. When is it time to leave a job? How will I know if I should stay or go? I don’t want… Continue reading

Why Return to the Office if You Can Do Your Job at Home

Only 10% of the people who can do their jobs at home want to go to the office five days a week. About 50% of the current workforce can do their jobs from… Continue reading