Archive for the Decision Making Category

Closing The Gap Between What You Know And What You Do

In the mail today, I received the author’s complimentary copy of my new book, Leadership by Invitation. I was being interviewed earlier in the week about the book and was asked the question; “What is the one thing you would tell someone who is writing a book to help them reach their goal of actually […]


What If Plan “B” Could Become Plan “Better”?

Last week on our Platform Builders Mastermind call. we spotlighted one of the Maxwell Team mentors, Ed DeCosta, who recently release his new book ASCEND: A Coach’s Roadmap For Taking Your Performance To New Heights.   If you want some “no-nonsense, get results” strategies for reaching new levels of achievement, you will find it in […]


Leaders Eat Last – Part 4; Serving Those That Serve Others

This month, in The Platform Builders Mastermind group, we are working our way through Simon Sinek’s recently released “Leaders Eat Last – Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don’t.” Sinek, the author of Start With Why, provides a deep look into what creates the most effective teams and more importantly, what keeps them working […]


The Power Of Urgency – Leveraged Action

This month in The Platform Builders mastermind group we are working our way through “The Power Of Urgency – Playing to Win with Proactive Urgency” by William Keiper.  John Maxwell teaches that the greatest gap is the gap between what we know and what we do.  I believe the Proactive Urgency that Keiper is talking […]


Are You Really Answering The Question?

I haven’t written about this topic in a while but thought today would be appropriate. Today begins another week long event that happens twice a year.  The John Maxwell Team Live Certification event is like no other that I have ever been involved in. There is huge added value for an incredible team, and of […]


Done Isn’t Done; Sometimes It’s Just The Beginning

When I finished my last post, I told you that I was going to jump right to the next thing on my to-do list which was the final chapter in my book.  Well, I did it. Four sections, seventeen chapters, and almost 40,000 words.  The thought of writing a book never would have even entered […]