Posts from Ron Cline

Smile & Be Happy

One day a farmer’s donkey fell down into a well.  The animal cried piteously for hours as the farmer tried to figure out what to do.  Finally, he decided the animal was old and the well needed to be covered

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Be Ready

A leader is always ready for anything at anytime! Sounds like a good theory, but is it possible? I wish I could guarantee that your problems would come in tidy little packages, during your free time, right when you were

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Just Do It

We have all seen the logo, we have all heard the phrase, “Just Do It!” The same is true for the leader.  If you have a job to do, do it! But, like the athlete, you will have to fight

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Discretionary Time

  At different times in life it is not a bad idea to take a look at your life and check what you spend your hours doing. Your time is like money…you only have so much.  Once spent it is

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I don’t hear of too many leadership courses that include a unit on joy.  But, joy is such a vital quality and example for a leader. I have been learning a lot about joy these days.  They are talking about

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Garbage In, Garbage Out

“Garbage in, garbage out” Remember this saying when computers first came out?  We then began to use it for our brains as well. I cut this little chart out of the paper.  It shows the best-selling books in the last

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Be A Dad

Here in the United States, there’s a movie poster plastered everywhere.  It advertises the new “Lion King” movie.  The movie first came out in 1994 as an animated musical adventure film. The new poster has something added, a statement at

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Success is Perseverance

One of the keys to organizational success is stability and continuity at the leadership level.  The organization that changes leadership is often redefining itself and setting “new” direction, but the organization with the low rate of turnover at the top

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Lessons from the Past

John of the Cross (1542) and I share a birthday. We were both born on January 24th.  We are not twins, I was born almost 400 years after he was, but, we are brothers in our spiritual journey although we

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It is not the good thing that happened, or the really bad thing, it is what you say to yourself about an event that makes the difference. Self-talk is the most powerful tool in the leaders toolbox.  What he tells

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