Juggle: Rethink Work-Reclaim Your Life

I read Ian Sanders’ book, “Juggle-Rethink Work Reclaim your Life,” on a flight from Philadelphia to Denver. Previous to Ian’s book, I’d been reading about work-life balance. With that in mind, consider the… Continue reading

The Race is won or lost in the mountains

It usually consists of 21 stages and covers approximately 3,500 kilometers (2,200 miles). It’s the world’s most grueling bicycle race, The Tour de France. Race observers suggest all winners excel at individual time… Continue reading

Connecting with the boss

Recently, a new Leadership Freak subscriber emailed their interest in the topic of “managing the boss.” What a great topic? I wish I’d received counsel on this essential skill when I was younger… Continue reading

Creating connections

Life-opportunities are directly proportional to the number and quality of personal connections you create. Some suggest it’s not the quantity of connections but the quality. I suggest both quantity and quality are relevant.… Continue reading

Ian Sanders On Leadership

Here’s a Leadership Freak welcome to guest blogger Ian Sander’s. Enjoy! ***** When I started out in business I thought ‘leadership’ was just what CEOs did – guys in suits standing at lecterns… Continue reading

Selected comments – 06/07/2010 to 06/12/2010

What follows are selected comments Leadership readers left since Monday 06/07. Warning: this post is 354 words. ***** 06/07 – John Wooden on Learning Dr. Asher: ‘I know everything’ or ‘I don’t need any advice/… Continue reading