Tag Archive: Book Notes

Ten Tips for Great Results Through Serving

Self-serving feels safe, but it’s a lonely dead-end. Have you ever heard anyone say, “My purpose in life is to serve myself?” Yet, we all know self-absorbed, self-serving leaders. Successful leaders dare to… Continue reading

How to Turn Passive Followers Into Active Leaders

You aren’t worthy of leadership if fear of giving control controls you. Successful leaders move away from “permission mode.” Permission: Don’t you hate it when someone asks permission to do something? Real leaders give… Continue reading

One Word Away From Transformation

Leave a comment on today’s post to become eligible for one of fifty copies (50) of, “One Word that will change your life.” *** Focus, clarity, courage, and momentum are as simple as One Word. My… Continue reading

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

Simple Question – Profound Shift

Don’t feel bad if you haven’t mastered the shift from serving self to serving others. It’s a journey. I don’t know about you, but self-serving attitudes come naturally to me. Servant-leadership is aspiration… Continue reading

John Maxwell on the Three Phases of His Journey Pt. 1

John Maxwell told me there have been three phases to his leadership journey. The first is having followers. Follower phase: A leader without followers is delusional. 5 top ways to gain followers: Have character.… Continue reading