Here are some great quotes–“shots of philosophy”–that can enrich your life.
Leaders face problems, challenges and crisis. When they do they take a great deal of heat. The key is to focus on getting results, not getting defensive.
Crisis is the crucible of leadershp and reveals a leader’s true skills.
Here are seven simple but strategic things you can do to improve the quality and results of any meeting.
Learn a good lesson from bad handwriting. It is “the penmanship principle.”
If you want to keep getting better, ask these five questions at the beginning of each week.
To understand how you can achieve success, consider what Tony Dungy and Bret Michaels have in common.
An extraordinary performance has the potential to positively influence others to be more remarkable in their work. Learn how you can have remarkable influence in this audio lesson remarkableinfluence
How do you deal with negative feedback, experiences or disappointments? Learn how to make the most of those difficult situations.
Insights from Marva Collin’s book Ordinary Students, Extraordinary Teachers.