Tag Archive: Growth

Too busy to matter

I’m learning it takes more courage to stop than to start. Anyone can start something new. It takes real leaders to stop something old. Think of your life as a five-gallon bucket. You… Continue reading

How to define an opportunity?

Many people have more to do than they can get done. Translation, you’re spread so thin you can’t be great at anything. Your best is average when you’re over committed. Therefore, opportunities aren’t simply more… Continue reading

Supporting a new lead person

Image source Little League International headquarters is in the community where I live. Every year, the nonprofit organization I lead participates with Little League’s Kid’s Day. It’s held in the museum. Our volunteers… Continue reading

How Manipulators Work

Image source Manipulation strategies Flattery: Flattery is an insincere compliment designed to manipulate you. People flatter you to get what they want from you. The connections created with flattery aren’t connections. They’re corruptions.… Continue reading

Opening Windows

Image source: Architectural Digest Wisdom is simple not complex. Yesterday, Lolly Daskal called me to discuss one of her upcoming initiatives. During our conversation the slippery topic of my own plans for the future… Continue reading

Getting the most from twitter

Leveraging social media extends and enhances your influence, opportunities, and leadership potential. twitter: I hate saying, “twitter.” It sounds like something a person high on cocaine does at night in the backyard just… Continue reading