Know Yourself to Lead Yourself

Trade Up for Success: How to Set Yourself Up for a Better Tomorrow

Have you ever heard an athlete say something like this after a dismal performance: “I didn’t have the right mindset today. I just wasn’t ready, so I didn’t play well.” Upon hearing that, some of us watching at home might think, “Really? It’s your job, and you have had all week to prepare! How could […]

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Plotting a Course for the Future: 7 Ways to Lead Yourself Today

“Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.”  – Carl Jung As the founder of Jungian Typology and creator of 3 out of 4 Myers-Briggs preference sets, Carl Jung seems to know a little bit about how to make the unconscious conscious. But that doesn’t take […]

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What’s Your ROI? Investing Your Time Better at Home & Work

How do you know when things are worth your investment of time, effort, or resources? Do you draw up a list of pros and cons? Compare financial return versus cost? Or maybe you approximate the relational capital you generate? Perhaps you simply gauge the pure enjoyment and life giving nature of whatever you are considering […]

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Getting Along: Leadership Insights for Thinkers and Feelers

The Power of Insight A few years ago, we worked with a woman who leads a department of a few hundred people at a Fortune 500 company. She was a no-nonsense go-getter who just knew how to deliver results. The only problem was her key relationships. When we asked her to plot herself on our […]

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The One Thing Good Leaders Must Do To Become Great

If you want to become a good leader, or better yet – a great leader – then there is one thing that must happen. This one thing is not fun, nor is it inspiring, and rarely is it ever written about. But this one thing is crucial: GREAT leaders must die to themselves. Dying is […]

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Thinker vs. Feeler: How People’s Oughts & Shoulds Affect Performance

Thinkers vs. Feelers: Population Distribution While every other preference set comprises a 50/50 ratio of men/women, the Thinker vs. Feeler dynamic is the only preference with a gender skew. In this case, 70% of women have a right-handed preference of Feeling versus 70% of men who have a right-handed preference for Thinking. Due to the […]

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