Micromanaging: Who’s at fault?

Have you ever had a manager who literally looked over your shoulder while you were typing a memo or telling you how to do work at which you already are proficient, or second guesses every decision you make? Many experts have described this action as micromanaging, which can lead to several negative occurrences in your … More Micromanaging: Who’s at fault?

How do you lead the toughest person in the room?

At every leadership webinar, I ask this one question: Who is the toughest person in the room to lead? Then, after everyone points to everyone else, I spring the correct answer on them and say, “You.”   You are the toughest person to lead in this room! Friends, the person I have the most difficult … More How do you lead the toughest person in the room?

Celebrating our new monthly Personal Development Newsletter

Do you want to stop living with shattered dreams or take that fragmented life to the next level? Are there discrepancies between what you desire in your heart and what you are doing with your life?When was the last time you assessed your goals and values? Can’t remember? Then how do you know if you’re … More Celebrating our new monthly Personal Development Newsletter

Hard work builds character

If you have ever known someone to be a hard worker or one who gets the job done, this person stands out from the crowd. They are held in high esteem. Unfortunately, our society doesn’t foster nor encourage diligence or hard work, just doing the minimum to get by is the mantra. We were designed … More Hard work builds character

The Importance of Attitude

Attitude is a game-changer.    John Maxwell says your attitude “determines whether you will advance to the next level or stay at your current one.”     In my book “The Enemy in the Bush”, I say that your attitude determines your behavior, direction, and ability to successfully navigate any situation. For example, let’s say you have two … More The Importance of Attitude