Category: Leadership

I Love Humanity

I care desperately about people. Young and old. Men and women. Rich and Poor. Long dead to not yet born and everything in between. Any color, any nationality, any religion. All people. I care about humanity. I want humanity to grow and be grown,…

Conceptual Generations

I previously wrote about the generations of yourself. The concept that as you grow and mature in life, you become a new model or generation of who you are was paralleled to that of an iPhone. The important take away from that is that…

Generations of You

When I say “generational,” I’m probably using it in a way that you aren’t thinking of. This is a BIG word with BIG implications. I don’t mean that in a condescending way. There are many facets to this word and I want to explore…

Throwing starfish

An old man was walking along the beach one morning after a storm. The beach is covered in starfish that had washed up on shore during the storm. The old man then notices a young boy picking up one starfish at a time and…

You are ready. Act now !

Malcolm Bane said, “If you wait until you can do everything for everybody, instead of something for somebody, you’ll end up not doing anything for anybody.” No innovation would happen, EVER, if everyone waited until they were “ready” before acting. If I had waited…

The importance of knowing yourself

Today, I have two quotes to ponder. They go hand in hand and they both deal with the importance of self-clarity. Knowing and cooperating with your natural design is the most effective way to be successful and satisfied in your life. “It is always…

How far is your impact?

How far is your impact? The truth is, you may never know. But of one thing you can be certain…YOU ARE MAKING AN IMPACT. The more important question becomes not, “how far does it reach?” but rather, “What kind of impact is it?” What…

Accountability and Awareness

Last week I talked about how truth must be reckoned with. Today, I want to expand on that some more because there are some other implications that go with it. Each of us is accountable for the truth that we become aware of. I…

Who or What?

This week’s quote is from a guy that everyone should know. He ran the country during the Civil War, brought about the end of slavery, and coined the phrase, “four score and seven years ago.” You guessed it, it’s good ol’ Honest Abe. Abraham…

Uniquely the same

On 16personalities.com they use a Meyers-Briggs personality type hybrid that uses 5 traits. Each of the 5 traits is a spectrum with a percentage value for the spot where you land. That means that there are 100 possible options for each of the 5 traits….

The reckoning

I’m going to share something that I have known for a long time but was only recently able to articulate in a good way. Truth must be reckoned with. Take a minute to think about that. When you become aware of something that is…

Reflection Friday

They say that experience is the best teacher. There is also a saying that says, “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.” We have all seen and, dare I say, participated in that definition of insanity, haven’t we?…

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