Being wrong about something is part of life. In leadership, it's no different. However, many times leaders can't -- or won't -- admit they are wrong. Some have difficulty believing they could ever be wrong about anything. Others cannot admit mistakes due to their pride. Still others may simply believe it's a sign of weakness … Continue reading “I was wrong…”
Sometimes the only thing between where you are and where you want to be is a little hard work.
"Games are won by players who focus on the playing field - not by those whose eyes are glued to the scoreboard." -- Warren Buffett
Good leaders need to ask themselves whether or not they are willing to be evaluated by the same criteria used to evaluate those under them. Are you setting the example of what you are expecting from your people? If you are expecting great customer service, do you give it? Is laziness only unacceptable when it's … Continue reading Setting the Example…
It’s not a bad thing to stop and “smell the roses” every now and then… just don’t lay down and fall asleep in them.