The Daily Read

Leadership Freak Shakeup Don’t Blowup One of the things I’ve practiced for many years is keeping an open mind.  Just because it’s older doesn’t mean it’s good and just because it’s newer doesn’t mean it’s bad.  That older established way of work got us here, but it may not be the best way to keep on moving forward.  Do you have the courage to not only be open minded but to make the changes that might be needed?

Seth Godin The Opposite of Anxiety Seth can sum things up in a short few sentences.  This is another strategy I like to use.  When I spec out a project I like to start with the successful end and define backwards so that the *already* successful project can have a successful start.  “Make it great now rather than mourn failure later.”  Perfect.

Let’s Grow Leaders Super Leaders Open Doors Isn’t it a great day when you’re walking into the supermarket or office and someone gets there just before you and holds the door open?  It’s a real bonus.  But how often is the same bonus made available to you in your work day, not opening the door to the cafeteria, but opening the doors to your career?  How often do you open the career door for someone else?  Just as much as you need to grow, the others on your team need to grow too.

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