Tag Archives: Personal Growth and Development

What’s Wrong With (Always) Being Right?

Doing the right thing isn’t always easy-in fact, sometimes, it’s real hard- but just remember that doing the right thing is always right. – David Cottrell In my many years in leadership, some of the most annoying people I come … Continue reading

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Are You Really a Team Player?

  A team is not a group of people who work together. A team is a group of people who trust each other. – Simon Sinek For many of us, the idea of being part of a team is something … Continue reading

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The Power of Selective Discipline

What’s done can’t be undone. – William Shakespeare In his book, The One Thing, Gary Keller writes about a disciplined life in one of the chapters. In it, he expounds on the concept of selected discipline. In doing so, he … Continue reading

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Is Your Leadership Adrift?

Set your course by the stars, not by the lights of every passing ship. – Omar N. Bradley One of the dangers I have observed over my years in leadership is the leader who tends to stray off course. It’s … Continue reading

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The ‘I’, ‘We’, and ‘You’ of Teamwork

In order to have a winner, the team must have a feeling of unity; every player must put the team first-ahead of personal glory. – Coach Paul “Bear” Bryant A team, business, or organization that desires to attain any degree … Continue reading

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It’s Your Time to Soar

Eagles don’t flock, you have to find them one at a time. – Ross Perot “While walking through the forest one day, a man found a young eagle who had fallen out of its nest. He took it home and … Continue reading

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Four Ruts That Will Sink Your Leadership

Years ago when the western U.S. was being settled, roads were often just wagon tracks. These rough trails posed serious problems for those who journeyed them. On one of these winding paths was posted a sign which read: ”Avoid this … Continue reading

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