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One Question A Day?

Are leaders making unacceptable excuses and exceptions?

A snake in the pool or a seat belt?
A snake in the pool or a seat belt?

 

We put our seat belt on each time we get in our vehicle. Why? Because it is the safest thing to do. And maybe because we will receive a financial punishment and traffic ticket if we get caught not wearing it.

We also feel peer pressure from others if they are in the vehicle.

Yet if we did an honest assessment of our exercise habit(s), how would it compare?

Safety is all or nothing.

Exercise is being safe.

This is undeniable.

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Professionally Speaking

Should we, will we, are we… A catalyst for positive change?

a catalyst for positive change (photo: a friend)
a catalyst for positive change (photo: a friend)

Most of us want to help others more than we do. Yet our daily grind puts pressure on our valuable time. And distracts us.

Some lucky folks actually have it embedded in their job description.

Well, sort of, truth be told, few of us actually have it written in our job descriptions. The work-around?

Just need to put it there ourselves. Just do it!

We are hereby granted permission to re-write creatively.

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One Question A Day?

Does what you love to do help you make better decisions?

do it now
don’t stop… go…now… be decisive

We love people who practice what they preach. But the constant preaching of “good ideas” means nothing if the teacher can’t follow their own advice. Just think of parenting for a moment…

Does what you love to do help you make better decisions? And do your decisions make you a better role model?

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Authenticity

Monday Leadership Advice

Dear jeff, as you think about your future, and the very real option of retiring at 55, you have been bestowed a gift that has always been there, but you’ve only now been able to unwrap it.

What is this gift?

It is the gift of purpose. And your purpose is to set the example. Not through negotiation and logic, but simply by being authentic.

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What Are You Waiting For?

Can You Walk & Talk?

Be Creative In Your Life's Walk
Be Creative In Your Life's Walk

Can you walk and talk?

Silly, isn’t it? Can you walk and chew gum at the same time? It’s a tough economic time, a troubled time, an uncertain time. Perhaps the most difficult time of our entire life.

This begs the real question because, personally, it seems excruciatingly rare.

Can you walk the talk?