Know Yourself to Lead Yourself

The Power of Questions: Asking for Growth

A great question is better than a right answer to the wrong question. Questions are powerful. The good ones evoke the exploration of a new perspective, the cementing of conviction, or the reconsideration of a belief that’s never been challenged. Such introspection plays an important role in helping us reflect and grow as people and leaders. […]

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Fully Charged: What’s Keeping You From 100%?

We’ve all had those days, haven’t we? Those tough days, emotional days, draining days – the days where, for whatever reason, we just don’t feel 100%. Over time such days can take their toll. Even the positive aspect of rebounding back from those days can cause a dizzying sense of emotional nausea when the hi’s […]

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Recalibrating Your Attitude: 6 Steps for Lasting Change

“Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference.” – Winston Churchill Everyone has an attitude. Attitudes can be good, bad, or indifferent, but they can also change hourly, daily, weekly, or monthly. However, as we mature we are supposed to gain more control over our attitude(s) so that we can function well as […]

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Countering Change: Make It Your Own

When change occurs, instability follows. Unfortunately, that means it can take a while to settle into a new normal. Some change is hard, while other times change brings new excitement. So, how do you handle change? Do you bury your head in the sand and refuse to acknowledge the changes taking place? Do you embrace […]

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Getting to the End of Yourself: How to Make Your Leadership Come Alive

If your leadership is dead and your influence is shriveled up, let me suggest one step you can take to help make your leadership come alive. Get to the End of Yourself. That is it. Die to your self-seeking, self-promoting, self-defending way of life. When your day starts with you, ends with you, and is […]

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What Being Credible Looks Like in Real Life

What Being Credible Looks Like in Real Life To be credible is to be competent. Most people, however, limit their understanding of competency to mean being smart, which is only partially true. The problem with simply being smart is that purely “smart” people have a tendency to know that they are smart and flaunt that […]

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