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The Collision of Leadership and Assessing One’s Natural Strengths and Struggles – A Practical Next Step

The first lesson in Leading with Honor is entitled “Know Yourself”. Before the act of executing decisions in leadership and leading others, the foundational step in leadership is knowing who you are–your strengths, weaknesses, talents, and abilities that uniquely position you for fulfillment and success in life and work. Alternately, this means relieving the pressure […]

Great advice on how leaders and visionaries can use technology to get ahead and focus on the future.

On Leaders and Accountability (Part 2): Why It’s Crucial to Life and the Superbowl

We recently experienced Superbowl XLVII (that’s 47 for all of you that missed “old math” with Roman numerals). Thirty-two teams started the season (sixteen NFC and sixteen AFC with each conference having four divisions–North, South, East, and West–with four teams each). The goal for the season was the same for all teams—reach the Superbowl, but […]