Canadian Thanksgiving is coming this weekend. The word thanksgiving is a great word, because it is a reminder to take some time to be thankful for what we have, and for those who love and appreciate us. It can be tough though, because it is a habit that needs to be developed through practice.
Category Archives: Character
Relationship Capital and Influence
What is it and how does it work? I was listening to an interview, and the term relationship capital came up. It was explained as the opportunities that present themselves in the relationship without ulterior motives attached to the relationship, and,
Seasons of Transition
Why Transitions? Why this topic? This last year was full of transitions for me, and now we are entering a transition season-fall, and the beginning of the school year. We may face one huge transition, smaller ones, or a bombardment of transitions, one after another.
The Self-Confident Leader
What is it about self-confidence that is so appealing? We are drawn to people who believe in themselves. Confident people are simply happy with where they are in life and believe they are capable of reaching their goals. Confident people seem to know what they want, and are not afraid to ask for it,Continue reading “The Self-Confident Leader”
Do What You Fear
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The pursuit of excellence is a journey of:
Successful Leadership Problem Solving
Good leaders have a problem solving mindset which makes them so effective, have better control of their lives, and have more success. Successful problem solving happens when you are clear about what your problem is. Correctly identifying a problem is critical to solving it.
Be the Leader of Your Own Life First!
Being the leader of your own life means taking control of your decisions, thinking, emotions and actions. It is inside out leadership.
Powerful and Effective Leaders
Humility is a better predictor of performance and success than intelligence. Humble leadership means that you don’t believe your positive qualities and life achievements entitle you to special treatment from others and it doesn’t mean downplaying your strengths and achievements.
Leaders are Everyday Heroes Who Inspire
The world is looking for leaders that bring hope and inspire us to do better, be better, and make the world a better place. These kinds of leaders are more likely to achieve their goals or vision because they are able to bring others along on their journey. Are you the leader who inspires others?