Category Archive: Leading

The Secret

Confusion is common. Confusion is the gift of those who think they know but don’t. Wisdom seeks clarity. Evaluated experience delivers it. Ken Blanchard and Mark Miller clarify, “The Secret,” of leadership in… Continue reading

Egoless Leadership is a Myth

In a perfect world everyone serves from a heart of love. But, I see ego-centric motivations in my heart. What about you? Egoless leadership is, at best, an aspiration. You know you’re an… Continue reading

The “Better” Question Changes Everything

Recurring issues reflect poor leadership. How long will you tolerate pestering problems? Courageous leaders believe we can do better. Begin “better”: If you can’t make it better, find something you can. Talk about next… Continue reading

10 Ways to Become a Molder of Reality

Some mold reality, others are molded by it. Character is strength to mold rather than be molded. Reality bends to leaders with character. Leaders with character mold reality. Character stays steady in challenge,… Continue reading

10 Reasons You Lose Gratitude and 16 Ways to Find It

Gratitude is a form of happiness. Ungratefulness, unhappiness, and ugliness travel in the same circles. Ungratefulness paints everything ugly. 10 gratitude robbers: The belief that leadership is anything other than service. Self-importance. Others… Continue reading

The Three Eyes of Trajectory

Drift feels great when the sun is hot and the water calm. But, drifters always crash on the rocks. Holding steady is drifting toward oblivion. Trajectory: What is your current trajectory? If you… Continue reading