Here’s why the best leaders pick and choose their battles wisely…

One of the biggest struggles I faced when returning home from the military was adjusting to the insignificance of being late in the civilian world.  People casually walk into meetings 10 minutes late, scrolling through Facebook with no sense of urgency whatsoever.  Whereas, on the contrary, in the military you're generally early to being early and you get your head ripped off if you even think about being late... However, despite the fact that my … Continue reading Here’s why the best leaders pick and choose their battles wisely…

As leader’s, we can’t forget to acknowledge progress.

The first thing I see every morning when I walk out the door is a cane hanging from the self in my garage.  More specifically, I see the cane that I relied on to help me walk everyday for those 9 brutal months after I severely injured my spine.  For nine months I relied on that cane to help me walk but today, I am proud to say that I haven't used that cane for … Continue reading As leader’s, we can’t forget to acknowledge progress.

Expectations are EVERYTHING…

Don't miss this weeks post about how powerful the expectations that we set as leaders are for those we lead! Expectations are EVERYTHING... https://timothynataleauthor.com/2020/09/13/expectations-are-everything/ — Read on timothynataleauthor.com/2020/09/13/expectations-are-everything/

Expectations are EVERYTHING…

If you expect your followers to do things that you yourself are not willing to do as a leader - you have no place in leadership.  If you expect your followers to uphold a certain standard of performance that you yourself do not uphold, you have no place in leadership.  And if you expect those you lead to go above and beyond, but you yourself do the bare minimum, you have no place in leadership... … Continue reading Expectations are EVERYTHING…

If you want more out of who you lead, you must give more.

As if being a leader wasn't difficult enough already, in today's world it's like pulling teeth to get those you lead to take action.  Am I wrong?  Even if you provide simple instructions, it's often a struggle to get the desired result.  Tell me that getting your followers to take initiative and action isn't one of your biggest struggles.  I'll wait... How about getting them to perform the work required to your standard?  Is that any easier?

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