In The Strength of Not Knowing, author Steve Keating (@LeadToday) says strong leaders “have the courage to admit what they don’t know.” Every day, we’re confronted with the opportunity to act like we know something we don’t. In fact, I probably did that today. But I did it a lot more often before I learned the power of an honest question. Continue Reading…

We’ve received almost 400 responses to our survey so far. Here are 3 lessons I’ve learned from spending a couple of days reviewing responses and reflecting.

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The Original Stupid Idea

January 26, 2015

A while back, I completed The Power of Starting Something Stupid by Richie Norton with Natalie Norton. As the authors state in the subtitle, starting something stupid is a great way to crush fear, make Continue Reading…

Leaders and Goals

January 22, 2015

My Goal for 2015

I recently read Seth Godin’s What To Do When It’s Your Turn (and it’s always your turn). The book challenged me to set some goals and make sure I take my turn. At my age, I’m beginning to realize Continue Reading…

Faith in Everyday Life

January 19, 2015

Are you the kind of person that believes that religion is like opinions… everyone has them, but the world’s a better place if we’d all keep ours to ourselves?

I’m not a fan of religion. I follow a person, Jesus, and try to conform my life to what his book says. Continue Reading…

I often wonder what difference the Christian faith makes in the world today?  There is a global, macro question: What difference does faith make in world politics?  What difference does it make in the struggle between Continue Reading…

I’ve learned a bit more about the leadership revolution that we joined in 2009 with the Lead Change Group by reading Seth Godin’s latest book, What To Do When It’s Your Turn (And It’s Always Your Turn). Continue Reading…

New Leadership Thinking

October 2, 2014

“The problems that exist in the world today can’t be solved by the level of thinking that created them.” Albert Einstein

Sometimes I’m tempted to think my win must cause someone else to lose. Continue Reading…

Sources of Leadership

September 30, 2014

Even after almost 5 years, I still believe there are only 2 sources of leadership? What is the source of your influence?

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The Opposite of Arrogance

September 29, 2014

When I graduated from college, a long time ago, I was pretty sure I knew just about everything. I figured everything I didn’t know didn’t matter. But I’ve managed to learn more, and the more I learn…

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