Recently, I decided to grow a beard. I had one for a few weeks in my early 30s, but shaved it because it was too prickly and uneven. I decided to give it another go while on vacation a month ago. Just for the fun of it, I posted a selfie on Instagram and asked […]
Archive for Wisdom
Good leaders want to do the right thing. But sometimes we can be our own worst enemy. Have you ever made a really unwise choice that cost you a relationship or an opportunity? It’s so discouraging to realize you’ve made an avoidable mistake. It can even make you question your decision making ability. But you […]
In life, we have to learn there is a fine line between working hard and forcing an outcome that isn’t meant to be. Sometimes we have to let go and simply trust.
Everyone wants to be a leader. However, few are prepared to accept the accountability that goes with it. But you can’t have one without the other.
Some people are wise. Some are fools. As a leader, you must discern the difference, so that you don”t squander your resources.
In this guest post, Adam Donyes talks about what he learned from interviewing fifteen, older, wiser men about life’s most important lessons.
Recently, I had a chance to interview Andy Andrews about his new book, The Final Summit. I am also giving away 100 copies FREE. Here’s how to snag a copy.
While your organization may not currently be in crisis, it’s just a matter of time. Developing a plan for how you will respond is crucial. I honestly had rehearsed situations like this hundreds of times in my head. I learned four leadership lessons from this crisis.
Andy Stanley is one of my favorite authors. I listen to his leadership podcast religiously. We also had the privilege of publishing his new book, The Principle of the Path: How to Get From Where You Are to Where You Want to Be. In a few minutes, I’ll tell you how to get a copy FREE, along with a few other cool gifts.
We’ve all heard it a thousand times before, “There are always two sides to every story.” For those of us in leadership we know that there are usually more than two sides.