Tag Archives: Inspirational Leadership

Leadership In A Word: Vulnerable

I found that the more truthful and vulnerable I was, the more empowering it was for me. – Alanis Morissette A word about being vulnerable I read where Will Rogers’ stage specialty used to be rope tricks. One day, on … Continue reading

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Leadership In a Word: Rest

Rest and be thankful. – William Wordsworth A word about rest Rest -it’s a  sometimes elusive concept for many leaders. Intuitively, we know it to be important, but making the time for it is not easy. The demands on our … Continue reading

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Leadership In a Word: Redemption

[No] matter what a waste one has made of one’s life, it is ever possible to find some path to redemption, however partial. – Charles Frazier, Cold Mountain A word about redemption The life of a leader is a life … Continue reading

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Leadership In a Word: Reading

Read to refill the wells of inspiration. – Harold Ockenga A word about reading Reading is imperative for every good leader. It’s how you learn, it’s how you grow. In short, it makes you a more rounded and better leader. … Continue reading

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Leadership In a Word: Scars

Turn your scars into stars – Robert H. Schuller A word about scars In The Odyssey, there is a scene that takes place near the end of the story. Odysseus returns home after many years of wandering. He is in … Continue reading

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Leadership In a Word: Anchors

The higher your structure is to be, the deeper must be its foundations. – St. Augustine A word about anchors In his book Six Hours One Friday, Max Lucado shares a story about weathering Hurricane David while living on the … Continue reading

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Leadership In a Word: Resolve

Wise to resolve, and patient to perform. – Homer Word study 1 obsolete : dissolve, melt 4a : to deal with successfully : clear up resolve doubts resolve a dispute b : to find an answer to c : to … Continue reading

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