Tag Archive: Vision

Thriving in the Fishbowl of New Opportunity

Everyone’s watching intently and evaluating rigorously when you step into your new job. You earned this opportunity. Don’t screw it up. New roles, titles, or positions make or break careers. Rob McCleland, is… Continue reading

Why Busy Doesn’t Work Anymore

Busy doesn’t equal fulfilled. One meaningless activity after another empties life of meaning. We spend too much time worried about what we do and too little worried about why we do it. Leaders… Continue reading

Overcoming the Blindness of Vision

  The down side of seeing the future is blindness. Your dream makes you willing to do what it takes. Others should feel the same. Passion for the future blinds you to the pressing… Continue reading

Finding Sanity in an Insanely Busy World

Low impact leaders live frantic, unfocused lives. At the end of the day, they wonder what they accomplished. Busyness isn’t effectiveness. The more frantic you are the less powerful your impact. Three C’s for… Continue reading

10 Ways to Change the Future Today

Those who wait for the future to change repeat the present. The only way to change tomorrow is to change today. The future changes today. “If you do what you’ve always done, you’ll… Continue reading

Three Secrets to Heartfelt Engagement

Pressure invites resistance. Demanding conformity hinders engagement. Don’t use authority and pressure to get what  you want. Find out what they want. Explore their hopes and dreams. The more energy spent pressuring and convincing,… Continue reading