I mentored eight young men for three years. It was incredibly rewarding, and I wrote about it several times (see here and here). As a result, nearly every week someone e-mails to ask, “Would you consider mentoring me?”
Archive for growth
As a leader, it is easy to get sucked into high maintenance relationships. When this happens, you and your organization suffer. Here’s how to avoid this common pitfall.
If you are out to accomplish something significant, you are going to be spending a lot of time outside your comfort zone. Here are seven ways to maximize the experience.
I’d like to invite you to join me for a free, LIVE Platform Teleseminar on Tuesday, June 19th at 8:00 pm Eastern Time. During the call I’ll share several helpful tips to help you jumpstart your own platform or expand your existing influence.
I love reading books on leadership. But as helpful as these are, they are not the same as doing something together with a team. Here are seven lessons I learned about leadership from a low ropes course.
A mentor can make all the difference in your success. But how do you find one? Guest blogger, Daniel Darling, suggest five ways.
Marcus Buckingham is one of the founders of the modern strengths movement. In his new book, he provides a new assessment tool and explains how to use your strengths to give you the edge at work.
Most people play it safe by holding back. A precious few take the plunge and play full out. As a result, they experience three significant benefits.
I think in large part you get what you expect. If you buy into the assumptions that we are in a recession, consumers aren’t buying, retail traffic is off, and books aren’t selling, then guess what? That is probably what you will experience. Call me a incorrigible optimist, but I am not buying it. I believe in growth, and I am planning for it.