I’m changing the world, moment by moment, starting with myself.
If someone asked you, “What do you do?”, what would you say?
Sometimes we need the proverbial spanking, or maybe a kick in the buttocks, to rattle our cage enough to do what’s common sense but not common practice.
Ask yourself, “Why don’t I have a personal vision/mission statement?”
Imagine a child – maybe your child, niece or nephew – asking you, very seriously, “What’s the meaning of life?”
We expect everyone else to have a clue. But not ourselves.
Then one lucky day, someone did me the favor of a major cage rattling, and I finally did something about it.
Any other way is just lame.
Do you celebrate anything this time of year? Some do and some don’t. No worries.
Today’s post is the conclusion from yesterday’s promise to reveal an important truth. Discovering it is like receiving a very special gift.
Spirituality is simply one of many diversity layers we should all respect, appreciate, value and encourage.
One Christmas tradition that many (not all) participate in is gift giving.
My Family celebrates Christmas and the birth of Jesus. Needed to tell you that so I can tell you this.
And here is my gift to you.
The only thing that can stop you is also deceptively simple.
And this thing that can stop you is so strong, a thousand warriors can not overcome this one lone obstacle.
First of all, thanks for coming back. Can you believe today is Christmas eve?
Do you already now what I’m going to say?
It’s simple. Deceptively simple.
The number one thing to do is to create a compelling vision. Period.
Not long winded. Not fancy. No big words.
It must also be impossible. And it must be for some bigger purpose, meaning, not for yourself.
When you learn how to harness this powerful leadership success tip, there is nothing that can stop you. Nothing.
Well, hold on, there is one thing. Do you know what it is?
Tomorrow is Christmas day and it’ll be my gift to you.
Driving to Church last Sunday, it hit me. An epiphany. Not a Christian epiphany, a corporate epiphany.
Do you ever wonder why some succeed and some don’t? Or wonder why some achieve excellence and others remain behind, being good or very good?
The secret? It’s so simple that most of us, myself included, bypass it or drastically discount it.
If you’ve ever read Good to Great or heard from others who’ve described what the bestselling business book is about, you know that good is the enemy of great.
And because of this, there’s one simple technique that we can all learn from history. And I’ll share it with you first thing tomorrow. Want to guess what it is?