Tag Archive: Leadership Development

Cracking the Doer-Dreamer-Feeler Code

Everyone is primarily a doer, dreamer, or feeler. Everyone is all three, but you’re great in one area, average in another, and weak in the third. Choose: Choose your primary lens. Dream, doer,… Continue reading

How to Confront Excuse Makers

Excuses are an attempt to lower expectations. Excuse makers are explaining why you should accept lackluster performance. It’s dangerous, degrading, and demoralizing. Excuse makers don’t want you to expect too much from them.… Continue reading

The Top Five Things to Look for in Potential Leaders

Character and skill are essential for remarkable success, but not enough. Successful leaders develop others. But who? The top 5 things to look for in potential leaders: #1. Stubbornness. Headstrong people may be… Continue reading

5 Ways to Hack the Power Triangle

The difference between average success and remarkable achievement is your ability to hack the power triangle. Each point of the triangle represents a uniquely qualified person you need in your life.   3 power… Continue reading

The Most Dangerous Lies are the Ones We Whisper in our own Ears

The danger of self-deception is it feels helpful while it blocks growth. It’s surprisingly easy to feed ourselves a line of bull while demonizing dissenters, rejecting disconfirming realities, and affirming ourselves. No high… Continue reading

Where Grit Really Comes From

I just spent 13 hours in a car. Because of weather, yesterday’s flight was canceled. Rescheduling was impossible. My first thought was I can go home and take a nap. Cancellation: I’d been… Continue reading