Tag Archive: wise leaders

12 Questions To Exponential Knowledge

Everyone knows more than you. You possess pockets of knowledge that excel others. But, when you think you know, assume you don’t. Image source Even when you know the “most,” many know more.… 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

Seven Ways to Develop Smart Teams

Fearful teams pretend they agree with you when they don’t. When was the last time someone spoke against something you said? Better yet, are team conversations rich with options and alternatives? Or, are… Continue reading

Distinguishing the Wise from the Foolish

The most talented fool in the world only brings misery and destruction. Business is more than numbers and results. Leaders go astray when they neglect character at the expense of abilities. The gifts… Continue reading

Dealing with Your Doubts

Image source Doubt, contrary to popular opinion is useful. Leaders with doubts are wiser than those with none. Doubt asks, “What could go wrong?” Self-doubt says, “I could be wrong.” Only fools have… Continue reading

How to Walk a Crooked Line to Success

Determined leaders, who don’t change direction, end up in the wrong place. The down side of resolve, tenacity, and determination is refusing to learn and adapt as you go. The path to the… Continue reading