The 3 Secrets of Highly Successful Groups

I finished the fifth and last book on February’s reading list when I completed Daniel Coyle’s, The Culture Code: The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups. If building culture is on your radar, put… Continue reading

The Good News is 70% of Leaders Survive Their Weaknesses

You have a small bucket of remarkable strengths, a large bucket of average strengths, and a huge bucket of weaknesses. The good news is 70% of leaders survive their weaknesses. “30% of all… Continue reading

Four Questions Leaders Must Answer to Attract Top Talent

By Popular Demand: 30 More Free Books!! 30 free copies of Talent Magnet: How to Attract and Keep the Best People Leave a comment on this guest post by Mark Miller to become eligible… Continue reading

How Leaders Defeat Discouragement

You need encouragement because discouragement is real. How leaders defeat discouragement: #1. Embrace the three unglamourous basics of success. It might surprise you, but success begins with healthy food, restful sleep, and moderate… Continue reading

5 Ways to Cheer Up When You Feel Blue

Anyone who never feels blue needs to get in touch with reality. You feel blue when: Responsibilities weigh on you. This type of sadness often reflects loneliness. You poured yourself into a project… Continue reading

The Biggest Danger in Leadership

Self-importance is behind most of the stupid things leaders do. Self-importance keeps leaders ignorant and isolated. Self-importance blinds you to your weaknesses and distorts your view of strength in others. Even insecurity is… Continue reading