There is a classic struggle that plagues the leaders in a business. Working on the business versus working in the business.
What we expect from people manifests itself in the words we use, and those words can have a powerful effect on the end results.
I have had a theory for many years that a) many of life’s most complex questions do not have an exact answer b) even if you answered them correctly for today, the answer would change tomorrow. How should you handle them?
There are few things as important to your personal happiness as your social network. Start investing in your social networks today and see your happiness skyrocket.
People are afraid of change. I acknowledge that. However, they are not afraid of all changes. Of the changes that they fear, they are not afraid of all of them equally. What is the difference?
In talking negatively about a friend, colleague or acquaintance with someone, we can frequently think that we are building camaraderie. However, the strategy is deeply flawed. Find out what to do instead.
It is an axiom of leadership that you are what you tolerate. That bad behavior that you tolerate; that becomes the perception of you with your employees, colleagues and the marketplace.
Our society works best when we respect one another. It means everything that we see the dignity in each of the people around us. Plus, you must think through how you can show each person in your life that you respect them.
Keeping commitments is the most effective way to build trust.
Doing what is defendable versus what is right. I feel like I see this everywhere these days. Learn why I think it is time to change it.