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What does leadership do?

Faux leadership seeks to confuse us. To add complexity to prove their authority. True leadership brings simplicity to the truth. David Sherry I have been following David Sherry of Creative Caffeine around seven months now and there have been numerous quotes that I resonated with but none more than the one above. “True leadership brings… Read More

A very nebulous subject

Leadership – such a broad yet nebulous subject. So much is written on the subject and I have contributed to that “fog” of information myself. So, many theories, so many lists, so many routes to so-called “success”and etc. (By the way – there are some really terrible definitions of success out there and “lots of… Read More

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When you really don’t want to put in the work

I am still on my “brain hacking” kick, or should I say quest? Quest seems a better option. I have found that most of the people that I follow online by way of newsletters, blogs, Snapchat, and YouTube center in some way around habit forming (without realizing it as it happened!).  Ingesting their content in… Read More

Change the Narrative – Lauren Allen

Merriam-Webster refers to resilience as an ability to recover from or adjust easily to misfortune or change. An ability to roll with the punches, according to Mayo Clinic. My understanding of resilience prior to this week was that it was something that people were just gifted with, like good eyesight or height. You either had… Read More

Questions Often Drive Innovation

“But I want to focus on why questioning is a particularly important tool for introverts. Indeed, asking questions is the quiet person’s secret weapon—if we can learn to appreciate and exploit that gift more than we might already.I’ve studied hundreds of successful artists, scientists, and entrepreneurs known for their curiosity and questioning acumen. Most are… Read More

humility in the workplace – a self-awareness issue

What does “humility in the workplace” mean? Why is it important? For many, the word humility has many connotations. Some are very positive and some not so positive. It seems some people equate humility to weakness and being a “doormat”. I beg to differ from that view of humility. In true humility, there is great… Read More