Post Tag: passion

The Hedgehog Concept Revisited

I was recently working through Jim Collins book, “Good to Great and the Social Sectors” (©2005 Jim Collins) and I landed again at his application of the Hedgehog Concept.  For those that haven’t heard this, or don’t remember it, here’s

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The Art of Saying No

I remember it like it was yesterday.  Jim Burns, a personal mentor of mine, was teaching a group of young leaders about 25 years ago, and he had us all say the word NO out loud.  Repeat it he said.

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Sharing your Vision with Passion!

Have you ever heard someone share their vision with you, and you find yourself bored?  You don’t engage, you aren’t excited, and you really don’t care.  If their vision matches their method of sharing that vision, you really don’t want

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What Makes Me Tick

The older I get, the more I learn about myself. When I was younger, I thought that if I had enough confidence and if I worked hard enough, I could do anything I wanted to do. As I get older,

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The Elevator Speech

Wikipedia tells us that the “Elevator Speech” is:  “…a short summary used to quickly and simply define a product, service, or organization and its value proposition.” The idea is simple: You get on an elevator in the lobby.  Someone else

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Leading your Team….BETTER!

I’m reading the story of Steve Jobs, founder and former CEO of Apple.  It’s an incredible story of leadership, inspiration and passion, but it’s also a painful story of leadership.  I don’t know if what is written about him is

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Bound by the Spirit

Bound by the Spirit (Acts 20:22) Today to honor and remember Apple’s founder and greatest leader, my sister posted on Facebook one of Steve Jobs’ famous quotes. It says “Remembering that I’ll be dead soon is the most important tool

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