Small nugget for a big impact. Could these three little words be the key to getting everything done on your to do list?
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You were made and equipped. What are you doing with your equipment? Learn. Live. Lead.
One person’s autopilot means crawling through the window for me. Keeping it real folks. Learn. Live. Lead.
How bad can it be to admit you need help in some area of your job? Will you look like a fool? How will others react? Find out in 2 minutes. Learn. Live. Lead.
Which kind of leader are you? In his book, Leadership Gold, John Maxwell says, “Most leaders naturally fall into either the climber or the connector camp. They are either highly positional or highly relational.” Over the past few blog posts we’ve been examining the characteristics of each- remember, neither is better than the other. You actually need characteristics
Connecting with people increases your influence in every situation. “Connecting with people one-on-one is more important than being able to do it in a group or with an audience. Why? Because 80 to 90 percent of all connecting occurs on this level, and this is where you connect with the people who are most important
Saw this on social media and felt I needed to share it here. Last post I put here was about planning for 2016. I hope you got good ideas from that for planning the life you want. But this is just as important as planning in the stuff you want. Sorry I didn’t get this
2016 is on the way! As we get closer to the New Year, I encourage you to make a plan that will support you in your best life. My dad used to say, “Plan the work. Work the plan.” I’ve expanded on that a bit. I say, “Plan your life. Live your plan.” I believe
Let’s do a great thing. Let’s help Goose Creek, South Carolina get a dog park. Spread the word about this online petition that will show the Goose Creek City Council the support for a community dog park. Click here to see the petition.
In 1907 Woodrow Wilson proclaimed, “We live in an age disturbed, confused, bewildered, afraid of its own forces, in search not merely of its road but even of its direction. There are many voices of counsel, but few voices of vision; there is much excitement and feverish activity, but little concert of thoughtful purpose. We are