Tag Archive: Vision

Life down the drain

Power is the ability to get something done. Power is good. Crying babies, loud roommates, angry bosses, loving spouses, and visionary leaders, all have power.  Everyone has power.  The sweetest power is the… Continue reading

*Purposeful abandonment

Not long ago, in frustration, a friend of mine quit his job.  He didn’t have another job lined up.  He just quit.  A few days later he embarked on a related career path… Continue reading

Burn your job description

Traditional job descriptions are a relic of a past age when jobs didn’t evolve, society seemed stable, economies seemed predictable, and people were more inclined to do what they were told. Here’s a… Continue reading

Criticism and vision

Here’s a suggestion for handling criticism. Adopt personal, professional, or project vision statements. Here’s one of my personal vision statements.  “Become an effective, dynamic public speaker.”  That vision informs the way I handle… Continue reading

Trajectory

About a year ago a new leader came into my life and things radically changed.  He had a background unique from mine.  He thought and lived and had priorities distinct from mine.  He… Continue reading

Drifting?

Recently someone asked, “What do you want to do with your life during 2010.”  I articulated a clearly thought out vision that surprised my questioner.  “I’m going to use technology to extend positive… Continue reading