Who Moved My Cheese – Week 1

Who Moved My Cheese is one of the easiest and most profound reads that you will probably come across in leadership. A "must read" even if you aren't in business or management. It's about who we are and who we can be by embracing and adapting to something that will ALWAYS happen: Change.

Creative Leadership: Outside The Box

I'm playing a mobile game titled Words With Friends by Zynga. For the uninitiated, it's a bit like Scrabble with some questionable definitions. The key is to form words with tiles and each player gets 7 random tiles apiece. Each letter has different points awarded to it and there are Double Word, Triple Word, Double Letter, and … Continue reading Creative Leadership: Outside The Box

Want To Be A Better Leader? Do Something You Suck At.

I don't do well in a lot of things that I truly enjoy doing. Cooking, baking, singing, drawing, and more. But you know what? I'm no longer afraid to do them. And you know what else? I fail. And Fail. And Fail. Sometimes when I cook, there is scraps of butter paper in the mashed … Continue reading Want To Be A Better Leader? Do Something You Suck At.

Pitfalls Of Leadership: Negative Ego

One of the largest pitfalls and stoppers of growth for both leadership roles and those under them is pure and simple: ENegative go. Our Ego isn't inherently a bad thing. Ego is our sense of self-importance and esteem. It's hardwired in but if we aren't mindful, it can take our positive work ethic to arrogance … Continue reading Pitfalls Of Leadership: Negative Ego

You Don’t Have To Lead Perfectly To Be A Perfect Leader

There is this myth in the business world, in our culture, and perpetuated in our work space that you can only be a good leader if you are perfect. That you must be the smartest, most capable, fastest, know all the answers, and never, ever, ever make mistakes. Sound like a tall order? Sound unrealistic? … Continue reading You Don’t Have To Lead Perfectly To Be A Perfect Leader