Tag Archive: Leadership Development

5 Ways to Solve the Dung Fly Problem

Teams and organizations always have a few members who leave smelly droppings everywhere they go and wonder why everything stinks. Sometimes it’s leaders. Dung fly leaders: #1. Kill momentum by bringing up distracting… Continue reading

Don’t Believe Your Momma

Don’t believe your momma. She kept telling you to be careful.  Fear is resistance to greatness. Encourage greatness: We have a daredevil granddaughter. The parents of this two year old thrill-seeker bought her… Continue reading

3 Wise Sayings You Need to Stop Saying Today

Some ‘wise’ sayings are evil affirmations that staying the same is a good thing. They’re dangerous because they’re half true. #1. We did our best. Bull crap! You didn’t do your best. You… Continue reading

How to Find Energy to Move Closer to the Edge

Spiders, snakes, and bears are scary. I had a dream about a bear on railroad tracks when I was a kid. I don’t know if I’m afraid of bears because of the dream… Continue reading

The Surprising Secret to Getting Things Done

The secret to getting things done is only starting things you can finish. But that leaves little room for trying new things. Picky starters: The most surprising and helpful thing I’ve learned about… Continue reading

Solution Saturday: A Simple Strategy to Take Control of Your Future

Dear Dan, There are few things which look nice in theory but not in the real world, for example, “If you can’t say what you think, you can’t become who you were meant… Continue reading