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Archive for the 21 Laws Category


Have You Ever Been On A Trip To Someday Isle?




Someday I think I’ll _________.  Go ahead and fill in the blank.  Now answer a question for me.  How long have you been saying that?  If you are like most, there are things that you want to do and as soon as someday gets here, you will do them. One of my mentors asked once; […]

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Success – It’s The Process That Provides The Results




John Maxwell, in his The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership, describes the Law of Process as “Leadership Develops Daily, Not In A Day.” Of course, Maxwell is referring to leadership, but if you think about it, almost everything we do involves a process.  Very few accomplishments of significance are created in a day, yet it […]

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The Law Of Legacy – What Will You Leave Behind?




We will all leave a legacy when our time here on earth is up.  The difference is that some will leave a legacy that is remembered and some will just leave.  Now that may sound harsh, but give it some thought.  We all know people that make a difference in the lives of those in […]

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The Law Of Explosive Growth – Developing Leaders




Nothing is more important in my reading and writing than Leadership Development and the growth that results from it.  Why?  Because just like John Maxwell says, “Everything Rises and Falls on Leadership.” Now that I am in my mid-forties, I can see a major gap between the leadership skills in my generation as compared to […]

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The Law Of Timing – 7 Concepts To Help Decide “When”




The Law of Timing says that “when to lead is as important as what to do and where to go.”  As I increase my influence in the world of leadership development , I have been strategically planning the what and where aspects of the things I have been doing and where I am doing them. […]

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The Law Of Sacrifice – Who Are The Real Leaders?




After Hurricane Katrina hit, I ventured twice to New Orleans to help with the cleanup and restoration process.  I was blessed to have my sons, Scott and Spencer, travel with me.  It was almost 18 months after Katrina hit the first time we went down there but I remember clearly how many of the structures […]

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