Monthly Archives: July 2012

Soar Higher, or Crash and Burn? Great Leaders Embrace the Power of Belief

Last week, I was in Oshkosh, WI attending the 2012 AirVenture event, a weeklong airshow and exposition of experimental aircraft, homebuilts, and generally everything aviation for the civilian aviation enthusiast.   It’s quite a show that attracts aviation enthusiasts from all over the world.  In my July 11th blog, we explored beliefs and how they impact […]

Video Interview – “Describe Your Career After Your POW Experience” – Lee Ellis

[youtube] In this video, author and leadership coach, Lee Ellis, describes his career after his POW experience described in his latest book, Leading with Honor: Leadership Lessons from the Hanoi Hilton. As you watch, think about your leadership expertise. You can’t be the best at everything, so what specific areas are you gifted? And, […]

Knowing Yourself and the Power of Belief

Abby is undeniably beautiful. Soulful eyes, flowing hair, articulate, alert. She is fiercely loyal and protective of those she loves. Everyone sees her potential, but she’s stuck by the limitations of her past. She’s my neighbor’s dog, and she’s in search of purpose and significance. Showing up mysteriously on my neighbor’s front porch one day, […]