Category Archives: motivation
THIS ORANGE 🍊 BLOODED PHILOSOPHY IS NEVER GOING TO WORK!
I read a profound quote recently that stopped me dead in my tracks while I was doing some leadership research in the evening after dinner and it read something along the lines of … This orange blooded philosophy is never going to work! Do I have your attention? It was about a book – itContinue reading “THIS ORANGE 🍊 BLOODED PHILOSOPHY IS NEVER GOING TO WORK!”
GIVE PEOPLE PERMISSION TO MAKE MISTAKES
Give people permission to make mistakes and the obligation to learn from them. Mistakes will happen; it is inevitable; what happens after differentiates average organizations from great ones. When errors are made, our actions shift from doing the right thing to covering our behinds in many instances. Pointing fingers rather than accepting personal responsibility, hidingContinue reading “GIVE PEOPLE PERMISSION TO MAKE MISTAKES”
PRACTICAL LEADERSHIP TIP OF THE WEEK
This one is for my business owners, CEOs, founders, and bosses. How much time are you putting into your employees? How much time are you spending meeting with them one-on-one? You need to go all in on your people. In the early days, I was really “sticky” with individual people — DM-ing them, having meetings,Continue reading “PRACTICAL LEADERSHIP TIP OF THE WEEK”