Tags » Leadership


Most of us have to face real resistance at some point in our lives. The most common occurrence is when we attempt to change a behavior, habit or fulfill a goal that demands us to push ourselves through a challenge of some sort. 319 more words


"You ain't that good..."

When you are in leadership, one of the greatest goals is to get the most out of your team or organization. Oftentimes, we as leaders get frustrated when members of the team aren’t meeting our expectations. 269 more words


Leadership - Managing the Paparazzi

Gravitate to or avoid the media?

One aspect of leadership that many struggle with is being in the limelight and that it never turns off.  Having people focus on what you say, what you do, what you wear, how you comb your hair; any and every little aspect of your being is show-cased for all to see.  391 more words


You Can’t Have Chocolate Chip Cookies Without Chocolate Chips

The interesting thing about cooking is that it gives great insight into how to become a championship level athlete. This is especially true of MMA. I think back to my first days as a college athlete and the memories surrounded trying to make it through hell week and the fun we had as a team in the cafeteria!  598 more words

Leader as Teacher

An interesting saying from oft-quoted US novelist Richard Bach is that:

You teach best what you most need to learn.[1]

For people running businesses or significant activities, leadership is probably what they most need to improve – no matter how good they are at the moment. 256 more words


The Power Of You

One of my favorite quotes is from the movie Spiderman when Uncle Ben looks at Peter and says, “With great power comes great responsibility.”

Too often we look at others talents, abilities and resources and say, “If I had what they had, oh the great things I could do.”  All the while, we fail to do the best we can with what we have been entrusted with. 211 more words


ABCs of Leadership: Accountability

“Every excuse I ever heard made perfect sense to the person who made it. ” — Dr. Daniel T. Drubin

I recall a time when I worked for the Transportation Security Administration in Denver, when we were experiencing delays due to an unexpected ice storm, and several of my teammates were late. 453 more words

Zero Filter