Why is accountability such a rarity in todays world? It seems like everywhere we look there is someone blaming someone else for the challenges they face in life or the choices they have made. Whether we're talking about politicians, coworkers, family members, etc. personal accountability is almost non-existent in todays world. But why is that? Why is it that instead of looking for ways to improve the world around us and take responsibility for our … Continue reading What makes personal accountability so rare?
Here's a simple truth of leadership...Your individual performance as a leader means nothing if the team you lead fails. As a leader, you can be the best athlete on the team or the best CEO in the world, but if those you lead are unable to perform at a high level right beside you than your performance as an individual means nothing. Here's why... If your performance as an individual leads to awards and recognition … Continue reading Here’s why your individual performance as a leader doesn’t mean S$!@…
(Five minute read about how to better manage your time!) One of the hardest skills to master in life is the ability to budget effectively. Agreed? When it comes to budgeting money, the hardest part is controlling the spending. There always appears to be infinite options for what to spend it on but there never seems to be enough of it to spend. It's hard to pick and choose what's worth our money and what … Continue reading How well do you budget your time?
(two minute read about identifying your purpose in life) Well, what's the answer to this riddle? What is the easiest question to answer as a kid but one that only get's harder as we grow older? Any takers? The answer is what I call The Golden Question: What do you want to do be when you grow up? Do you agree? How was this question so easy to answer when we were six years old … Continue reading What’s the easiest question to answer as a kid but only get’s harder as we grow older?
If you start something - you finish it. That is a lesson that most of us learned growing up. Whether it was a sports team, after school program, yard work - it didn't matter. My father told me, "When you start something, you finish it - no matter what". Of course as a kid, I hated that. Kids get bored easily, especially when things aren't going their way and very rarely did things go my … Continue reading Quitting is only hard the first time