Tag Archive: Leadership Development

How to Improve Weakness in Others

Extroverts feel frustrated because others aren’t more outgoing. Introverts complain when they don’t get what they want – even though they haven’t asked for what they want. Arrogant leaders are irritated with others… Continue reading

7 Fears of the Joyless Leader

The fearful are not joyful. But the fruit of confidence is passion and grit. Successful service requires a commitment to address your own fears. 7 fears of joyless leaders: Others will outshine you… Continue reading

5 Ways to Bring Your Best When Schedules are Tight

In one study*, theology students at Princeton University stepped over a person in need. They were on their way to give a talk about the Good Samaritan. The needy person coughed and moaned… Continue reading

How to Make Decisions Like a Leader

Poor decisions are often about human frailty, not logic, situations, and information. You’ll continue making poor decisions until you acknowledge the human-frailty-factor. More information doesn’t solve decision-fatigue, for example.   Decision fatigue: The… Continue reading

How to Take Control of Your Life in 2019

If you don’t choose how to show up – before you show up – someone else eventually controls your life. It’s misery when you give control of your life to disappointing-others. A disappointing… Continue reading

7 Essentials for Peak Performance Even During Christmas

Chasing the next urgency might make you feel important, but it’s shallow. A rich life requires doing meaningful hard things.   Drifting is dissatisfying: “Contrary to what we usually believe, … the best… Continue reading