Change is Fuel for the Driven

Change is power. Any kind of change is a formidable challenge for most people. In our daily world, especially in this hectic instant access global culture where technology changes by the minute and you have to be adapting constantly. We are being pulled in diverse directions and the older we get the less elastic weContinue reading “Change is Fuel for the Driven”

Blessing in Disguise: “Life Begins at the End of Your Comfort Zone”

Imagine a writer without a laptop, a pen or paper. Imagine a motivational speaker without an audience. Imagine a bodybuilder without a gym. I would be willing to guess that all of us in some way shape or form have/have had things in our lives that we are/were passionate about. If the past year hasContinue reading “Blessing in Disguise: “Life Begins at the End of Your Comfort Zone””

Thank God For…

What if I told your that 2020 was the best year of my life? Referencing President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s comments after the Pearl Harbor attacks, “A year (not day) that will live in infamy.” 2020 started with a shock with the tragic and heartbreaking death of Kobe Bryant, his daughter, and those 7 other preciousContinue reading “Thank God For…”

Unleashing Potential: Better Leadership is Needed

The common questions surrounding the concept of leadership development are often:1) What is leadership?And2) How are leaders developed? While these are certainly the basis of understanding what it means to become an effective leader, there are 2 other questions which I believe are just as important but often take a back seat to the questionsContinue reading “Unleashing Potential: Better Leadership is Needed”

Leader’s Honor: With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility

Who would forget the ever-famous line of Peter Parker’s grandfather, “With great power comes great responsibility.” Spiderman never let us down. With the power he possessed, he made sure to be responsible in using it for the good of the people around him. Leadership is not at all different from being superheroes in this sense.Continue reading “Leader’s Honor: With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility”

Leadership Exposed: 4 Realities of Leadership that Shouldn’t be Overlooked

Much has been written about leadership: rules, pointers, styles, and biographies of inspiring leaders throughout world history. But there are certain leadership ideas that we ourselves fail to recognize and realize in the course of reading books. Here is a short list of things you thought you knew about leadership. Leaders come in different flavors.Continue reading “Leadership Exposed: 4 Realities of Leadership that Shouldn’t be Overlooked”

Unlock Your Potential: Better Leadership Makes a Difference

Our world is run by leadership. Everywhere you look there is surely to be traces of it. Whether you look at the manager of a grocery store, a wolf in the wilderness, a CEO at the office, or the president of a nation, leaders are at the head of it all. Since our world isContinue reading “Unlock Your Potential: Better Leadership Makes a Difference”

Mentoring: A Job of Impact

If you are considering mentoring someone younger and/or with less experience, here are some things to ponder before taking action: 1. Is mentoring for you? Most effective mentors truly, deeply enjoy helping other people grow and develop. Make sure you’re likely to enjoy the process before you take it on. Make sure you have theContinue reading “Mentoring: A Job of Impact”

Leadership Training: The Difference Between Growth and Stagnation

Most business owners and people in power positions would like to consider themselves as strong, competent and effective leaders. The ones who get it right, understand the importance of developing their skills even after they have been awarded a leadership position. However, unfortunately there are those who choose to halt their growth after reaching theContinue reading “Leadership Training: The Difference Between Growth and Stagnation”

True Leadership: Impact Without Attention

It is human nature to want to be recognized and admired by others for our good deeds and accomplishments. Attention is often a driving force of motivation for a vast majority people. Not to say that there is anything wrong with this mindset because many use it to their advantage as far as accomplishing greatContinue reading “True Leadership: Impact Without Attention”