Category: Leadership Coaching

Three Things I Realized About Change

I realized recently that there is something constant about change. That change happens constantly. Let me explain. Exactly five years ago, I was in a situation that I had to make critical life decisions, very similar to where I am

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Change: A Thrill Ride or Deep Waters?

Take a moment and look at the following picture: Now, what do you think would happen if someone didn’t heed to the warning of slowing down around the turn? Yep, you got it… they could end up in “deep water”! Have

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Excitement in Change

Russ talked about “The Fear of Change” the other day. There is also an excitement in change, because those updates will allow me to do something I couldn’t do before. I like Russ’ quote from Lao Tzu, a philosopher and

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The Fear of Change

I don’t know about you, but when I see the notification on my phone or computer that says “New Update Available” I panic a little bit. It seems that these updates are coming more often now, and just about the

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3 Kinds of Leaders

This week, I was challenged in my thinking by Bob Shank (The Masters Program) as he taught about 3 different roles leaders play in the life of an organization. (To get the full perspective, join The Masters Program!) Every organization

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What Mickey Mouse Taught Me About Leadership

A few weeks ago my wife and I were in Orlando for a conference and since it was 0 degrees where we live and time away from our six kids is always a good thing, we decided to take a

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Time To Move!

This past week, we moved.  Yes, we packed up everything in our house and moved into a different house just a mile away, the house needed a little repairs but we The Roof Clinic company to have it ready for

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FAT People Make The Best Volunteers

With the start of the new year many of us are trying to shed the fat. But when it comes to finding volunteers for our organizations, FAT is the new skinny. Find FAT people! Say it with me: “Find FAT people! Find FAT

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Four Things Influencers Should Know about Trust

Once again my friend, Phil Cooke has spoken on a subject that few have discussed, and he is right on. A leader influences only if people trust him. Check this out: Four Things Influencers Should Know about trust When it

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Becoming a Servant

A very successful business man, Max De Pree of Steelcase, put together this amazing statement: “The first responsibility of a leader is to define reality, the last is to say ‘Thank you.’ In between the two, the leaders must become

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