Category Archive: Passion

Seven Principles of Passion

Leadership is agony apart from passion. Everyone one who ever made a difference had passion. Nothing of significance is done without it. 5 things that drain passion: Distant leaders. Work without purpose. Labor… Continue reading

They’re Excited – You’re Not

Leaders who kill new ideas love living with old problems. A manager asks, “What should I do when someone on the team is excited about an idea, but I’m not?” Your response to… Continue reading

Pull Me – Push You

Passionate people pull; dispassionate need pushed. Pull: Passion pulls leaders into the future. But, passion gone wrong is pushy. The more you push, the more you need to push. Once you start pushing… Continue reading

What Matters Now

A million small things call you away from what matters now. We sell ourselves to the “devil of busyness” because it’s easier than doing what matters now.  Busyness is an excuse to avoid… Continue reading

13 Ways to Spot Energy Draining Blood Suckers

Blood sucking people, like parasites, suck the life out of you. Successful leaders energize. Lousy leaders drain. The neglected skill of leadership is managing energy. 4 powers of energy: Energy predicts the future.… Continue reading

12 Ways to Become Extraordinary

Some leaders become extraordinary. But, average is normal. You climb and struggle toward extraordinary. Mediocrity is a comfortable slide. Pain is the point where average becomes extraordinary. Extraordinary leadership requires: Fierce focus. Finely honed… Continue reading