Curiosity and resistance cannot coexist. When I have studied successful business leaders such as Walt Disney, Martin Luther King Jr, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs a common trait was “curiosity”. Because … Continue reading “Empowering Leadership through curiosity.”
Have you ever had someone encourage you at a time when you desperately needed it? It wasn’t too long ago that I was that person who needed some encouragement. I … Continue reading “How not to be a leader who is a jerk?”
Have you ever experienced the idea of the month club Leader? Either we have experienced it or been the person. The idea of the month club leader is a leader … Continue reading “How I increased sales $400,000 per year, by reducing my reading? #24 Mon Mentorship Lessons”
There are no menial jobs, only menial attitudes. – William J. Brennan, Jr. Meet Denise, she is in charge of the fresh sandwich, bakery, and deli area at a local … Continue reading “The Human Lightbulb #23 Monday Mentorship Lessons”
Is it possible to lead without a title attached your name?
How many times have you done something good at work and just wanted a little recognition? How many times has an employee called you up with good news and you … Continue reading “Is it important to say, "GOOD JOB"? #20 Mentorship Lessons”
o you ever struggle with letting your leaders lead? Do you know of a leader that wants EVERYTHING done his or her own way?
You know the type. They will tell you how they want things done. Then after watching you do it “the wrong way”, they will step in and “show” you how to do it. Not once, not twice, but multiple times. Before you know it they have done your job for you.
“Everyone needs a little encouragement.” -Mr. Alphonso Young-Shoe Shiner It was March 2012, I just landed in Louisville, KY. Like most airports you will eventually walk past a tradition hundreds … Continue reading “What are 4 lessons I learned from a shoe shiner?”