Category Archive: Taking others higher

7 Payments to Passion

The trouble with passion is the cost. Telling people to follow their passion is irrelevant in a world where they actually do. The deeper question isn’t what’s your passion, it’s what are you… Continue reading

Four Ways “S” Expands Leadership

A word without an “s” imposes a burden. “What is the solution,” limits options and inflicts unnecessary pressure. “What solutions can we develop,” expands and releases. #1. “S” expands leadership by ending the… Continue reading

John Maxwell on the Three Phases His Journey Pt. 3

Isolation limits potential, restricts capacity, and lowers impact. Influence expands exponentially through partnerships. Isolation is the enemy. The first phase of a leader’s journey is having followers. The second is developing leaders. The… Continue reading

John Maxwell on the Three Phases of His Journey Pt. 2

The first phase of leadership is gathering followers; the second is developing leaders. If you just have followers you can add but you can’t multiply. John Maxwell Having followers isn’t a bad thing,… Continue reading

How to Prevent Unnecessary Conflict

The worst fight is the one that’s unnecessary. People collide over small issues and completely miss the big stuff. Agree on deeper purpose before solving surface problems. Every problem you repeatedly face has a deeper meaning that sits… Continue reading

7 Ways to Stop Vultures and Protect Vitality

Bad leaders only feel good when they’re talking about bad. Problem-centric leaders circle death and neglect vitality. Focus: Organizations stink when vulture-leaders take over. The problem in shipping makes you forget that production is up five percent… Continue reading