In 2006 I wrote the bestselling book, You Don’t Need a Title to be a Leader. It is every bit as true today as it was then. Learn the key lessons.
A routine is something you use every day to make the most of your time. When was the last time you rethought your routine and renewed it to maximize your daily efforts?
“I’m disappointed.” These are two painful words for anyone to hear whether you’re a child, employee or spouse. Disappointment is one of the most unpleasant things to experience. When you disappoint someone at work (it is inevitable for us all), how can you address disappointment to rectify the situation in the quickest and most productive… Continue Reading [icon name=”icon-angle-double-right”]
Are you a thoughtful person? Most people consider thoughtfulness to be a positive attribute and would take it as a compliment to be considered thoughtful. But do you deliberately pursue being thoughtful? Do you know what a thoughtful person is and how you can be more thoughtful in your daily life? Thoughtfulness is about more…
With so much uncertainty, how should leaders think about the future, and what should they do? Mark Sanborn offers a simple but powerful formula for dealing with change and leading through what comes next.
What is the one thing all great leaders have in common? Find out in the article based on Mark’s newest book, The Intention Imperative: Three Essential Changes that Will Make You a Successful Leader Today.
When you are giving a presentation, what can you really tell from the audience reaction?
I wrote down 60 of the most important leadership lessons I’ve learned in my 60 years of living to share with my sons. In the blog, I share them with you, too.
Obviously, being bored is no fun. I’ve never met anyone who aspired to boredom, but it happens. Some even readily admit they are bored. When my boys were younger, I told them that boredom was a choice, not a condition. There are too many interesting things in the world to make boredom an inevitability. But there…
I had lunch at a New Orleans style restaurant near my hotel. The outside was neat but nothing special. There was no bar. The seating space was small. Yet the restaurant was full with a steady stream of customers. Why? Because the food was very, very good. Yes, the service was very good as well but not notable. And…