Tag Archive: Vision

If you were Magnificent

The problem with many leaders is they’re goal driven. Goals are great but they don’t last. Worse yet, goals don’t create magnificent unified communities that maximize your potential. I didn’t get a vision… Continue reading

3 Reasons people resist your leadership

Don’t expect people to automatically follow you because you have a leadership title. If you sign their pay check they may conform but won’t necessarily follow. Resistance isn’t always bad; it may reflect… Continue reading

Protecting Your Progress

Coach John Wooden said, “Do not let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do.” “All or nothing thinking,” is one reason momentum ends, stagnation begins, and defeat lurks in the… Continue reading

Just out of reach

Many barely make it through the day. They’re dominated by the tyranny of the urgent, exhausted and frustrated. You may need something just out of reach for inspiration. Not another goal or problem… Continue reading

10 Ways to Fight Stagnation and Change Trajectory

Persistence may be your problem. Repeating the past won’t create a new future. Successful leaders tenaciously persist. However, clinging to failed strategies until your knuckles turn white won’t make them magically work. It isn’t… Continue reading

Finding fascinating goals

Some clichés are clichés because they’re true. “Aim at nothing and you’ll hit it,” is one. You first Tolstoy wisely said, “Everybody thinks of changing humanity and nobody thinks of changing himself.” Think… Continue reading