There’s a time and a place to give up

There’s a time and a place to give up. You can only learn this by experimenting with your judgment – this is your personal leadership responsibility. Often, the test results from your experimenting won’t be available for months, years, even decades. For example, giving up on staying active, eating and resting well, and staying motivated […]

How we falsely judge ourselves

Picture a 17-year Disney Resort Operations Leadership veteran starting a new career as an official Keynote Speaker for Disney Institute. Talk about a career change. And the new speaker never carried a desire to become a public speaker. Ever. Pause and contemplate this… We judge ourselves on our intentions, others judge us on our behaviors. It […]

Be your own personal consultant

Be your own personal consultant: Identify performance gaps Establish business case for bridging the gaps Identify incremental outcomes from DIY or hiring outside Establish business case for hiring help The goal is to outsource your weaknesses and inefficiencies to experts and or purchase software to eliminate redundant and lower cost tasks.   •  •  •  •  • […]

You’re a good person is the good news (it’s also the bad news)

The good news is you’re a good person. Wait, there’s some bad news too. The bad news is you’re a good person. Good is the enemy of great. Great gets us closer to thriving – personal vibrancy. Good gets us closer to mediocrity – personal surviving. Learn, unlearn, relearn. This is great. Watch the Blockchain […]