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Lee Cockerell told me long ago the real work of leaders is inspiration

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the harder you work, the luckier you get – Lee gifted his book 110 days before it’s release

 

Lee Cockerell told me long ago the real work of leaders is inspiration.

Think about it. What could be more important?

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Social media relationships build more slowly when posts are short and pithy

common sense insight tells us, distracted driving, of any sort, is ridiculously unsafe

 

Social media relationships build more slowly when posts are short and pithy. It’s challenging to make what works in person, work online:

The most important time to bond with a new baby is the first few months. The best time to bond with a new employee is the first few months. Funny how a little common sense can make a big difference. – Lee Cockerell

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Common sense Insight: The really important things in life are ridiculous obvious.

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Why Am I Writing 90 Days In Advance?

Excellence, January 1, 2012

Why write 90 days into the future? If for no other reason than I’ve not attempted this before. Nothing ventured, nothing gained. You get this right?

Then do it. A lot!

Don’t confuse your path with your destination. Just because it’s stormy now doesn’t mean you aren’t headed for sunshine.
– unknown

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Boomers, As You Lead Your Life, There Will Always Be Critics

Some farmers push the boundaries in spite of the obstacles

Boomers, there will always be critics as you try to lead and challenge yourself and others, as you overcome adversity, and triumph over impossible, and even as you enjoy life.

Farmers would be miserable indeed if they failed to sow because of the relentless birds and the unpredictable weather.

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Personal Leadership Development Often Comes Disguised As Heart Ache And Wasted Effort

More than half the population are pessimists, thanks largely to print & TV news

The only difference between a pessimist and an optimist is what they learn from each life encounter. Ultimately, our encounters are the same. Our perception and hope is not.

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