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One Cure For Busyness

In my last post, I wrote about the chronic problem of “I’m so busy” leadership. Thanks to all those of you who commented on and…

Leaders Who Are “So Busy”

Last week I was talking with a leader who opened our conversation by saying, “I am…just…so busy.” And he said it in a positive way.…

Matt Ryan’s Lesson for Leaders

The Falcons lost in a heartbreaker, but they fielded a great team for a great Super Bowl. Ron Farmer, Atlanta resident and President of Heartland…

When A Leader Has To Wait

The foundation under every leader is character – good or bad. This is the fourth in an occasional series for leaders who want to be…

Relaxed Strategizing

Two types of leaders are wrapping up this year. Some leaders are finishing 2016 in roughly the same place they started. They have been busy all…

Cultivate Courage

Andy Grove, former CEO of Intel, died earlier this year. He wrote the bestseller Only the Paranoid Survive, a book that impacted me as a…

Conflict with Another Leader

Two months ago, I was on a chronically delayed flight late at night at Dulles Airport, outside Washington, DC. As I sat in the terminal…

The X-Factor of Great Leadership

Character is a critical ingredient in your leadership. It influences your thoughts, feelings and actions. Be intentional with it. This week’s blog is the second in an occasional…

Arnold Palmer: More Than A Great Golfer

A few weeks ago, we learned that thousands of Wells Fargo employees had opened fraudulent accounts to meet the bank’s “cross-selling” goals. The story was…

Stop Rambling. Start BLUF-ing.

Notice: This post provides a new communication tool that I would like you to try at least once today! A week or so ago, I…