Tag Archive: Leadership

The First Step Toward Self-Knowledge is Realizing You Don’t Have It

You think you know yourself, but you don’t. You never have self-knowledge; you gain it gradually, sometimes painfully. You throw punches in the air until you gain self-knowledge. Pretending you don’t sabotage yourself… Continue reading

7 Reasons Returning to the Office is a Good Idea

85% of the current remote workforce enjoy working remotely. Remote work is here to stay and the number of people who work from home is accelerating. But there’s more to the story. 55%… Continue reading

How to Gossip Like a Leader

Everyone gossips. Slander and backstabbing are destructive, but there’s a healthy side to gossip. When you say, “Your reputation precedes you,” you acknowledge the power of gossip. Gossip is one reason businesses grow… Continue reading

The Simplest Way to Have a Meaningful Day

Living without meaning makes beasts of us all. Just bury your head in the mud to escape drudgery. Don’t let environments bully you into exhaustion. Walk through the door dedicated to manage meaningfully.… Continue reading

When People Think Differently About Themselves

Over the years, I’ve asked leaders to tell me about a tipping point in their lives. They typically give me the same answer. The question goes something like, “Tell me about a time… Continue reading

Management Rules During Constant Crisis

In the past you wondered when the next crisis would hit. You don’t wonder that today. Crisis-mode used to mean canceling appointments, working late, drinking too much coffee, and eating pizza late at… Continue reading