“We have met the enemy and he is us” Walt Kelly, From the Pogo comic strip Do you find yourself tugged in two different directions? One direction is comfortable, safe, and known, but boring, tired, or done. The other direction is new, your next big move and scary! It means that you must make aContinue reading “Leadership Moments: Get Out of Your Own Way”
Tag Archives: Intention
Be Deliberate: Make your Mind Up on Purpose
What do I mean by this? We get to decide how to respond and act, by being deliberate about our choices. Being deliberate and making up your mind on purpose, means that you have guiding principle(s) for how you live your life. Emotionally intelligent leaders actively practice being deliberate about how they will react and respond.Continue reading “Be Deliberate: Make your Mind Up on Purpose”
The Power of One: Make a Real Difference
When I think of the power of one, I think of the honeybee and what one bee is able to accomplish: Individually and collectively a bee contributes to agriculture, food production, the economy, and our well being and health. If bees can contribute so much in their short lifespan, think of the human potential. EverythingContinue reading “The Power of One: Make a Real Difference”
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”
Take Care of Yourself: Pause, Reflect and Refresh
We have just passed the one-year anniversary mark for COVID-19. About a year ago we went into shut down mode.
“I think, therefore I am” René Descartes
The mind is a powerful tool. It shapes your beliefs and actions. We believe what we have programmed into our minds. The good news is we can change what we believe and change our actions.