Thank You and I’m Sorry

Thank You and I’m Sorry

(This post was first published on the blog on March 20, 2016.) Two of the important things that great leaders do well are expressing thanks and expressing apologies. Learning to give credit where credit is due and owning up to the times we need to do better are key...

Uprooting False Beliefs

Uprooting False Beliefs

There is a certain way our dysfunction manifests itself that I believe is incredibly powerful and potentially destructive: False Beliefs. Beliefs are the things we know to be true but can't prove. Beliefs drive our behavior; they can be big (like a belief in God) or...

Fear of Failure – Part Two

Fear of Failure – Part Two

In my last post I shared some of my learning over many years about my overly cautious attitude toward failure. In a nutshell, I was way too conservative over much of my life, which led to learning less and achieving less than I might have otherwise if I had been more...

Fear of Failure – Part 1

Fear of Failure – Part 1

You’ve probably heard about people who work with people who are dying and, in turn, learn a lot about life by listening to regrets and words of wisdom. One of these people is Bronnie Ware—an end of life nurse who chose to write down what her patients shared. This...

Archives

Categories

Follow Us

Share This