Tag Archive: Vision

“T” is for Timid

(This is the “T” installment of the series, “Alphabet for Leaders.”) You don’t have to be charismatic to be a great leader. Needing the spotlight hinders rather than helps leadership success. However… Leaders… Continue reading

“M” for leaders – Momentum

Organizations and individuals either have negative or positive momentum. In other words, they always have trajectory. You may feel you’re holding steady but you aren’t. It may seem you organization is flat but… Continue reading

Creating passion with managed emotion

Passionate leaders are intensely focused on clear targets. Emotional leaders express unmanaged feelings that typically hinder progress and hamper relationships. Leaders need passion. On the other hand, unmanaged emotion is counterproductive. John Maxwell… Continue reading

The past as a platform not an anchor

Today I’m expanding one of the points from my article, “Adjusting Course.” Every course adjustment says the present isn’t satisfactory. Sadly, leaders use past short comings or failures to motivate others to change.… Continue reading

Into the Unknown

Win a free, signed copy of “Courting your Career.” Read Shawn Grahams guest blog and see how. ***** Into the Unknown Embracing personal vision-driven goals is counter intuitive because letting go of certainty doesn’t… Continue reading

“What works” is holding you back

You haven’t reached higher in life because you’re doing what works. “What works” is a set of strategies and skills you’ve developed because of your past. In other words, “what works” enables you… Continue reading