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Archive for the Leadership Development Category


Energize Your Leadership – The Why Will Produce The How




Do you ever feel like you just don’t have enough energy to do the things that you want to do because you are spending all of it on the things you have to do?  Finding the energy to make it through everyday is hard enough and finding the energy to pour into others as a […]

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Leaders Eat Last – Part 2; A Leader’s Environment




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 […]

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Deposits and Withdrawals – What’s On Your Leadership Balance Sheet?




It’s funny how life has a way of balancing itself out.  I have found that the time when I feel the best and am the most productive are when my life is in balance.  I also have noticed that when my friends and clients are in that same zone they experience similar results. In my […]

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It Is Character That Defines “The Heart Of Leadership”




I have long been a fan of Mark Miller‘s work and when I found out I had the opportunity to be on the launch team for his new book “The Heart of Leadership” I couldn’t wait to write this review. If you have read any of Miller’s recent work, you know that he has a […]

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Discover Your Sweet Spot – Part 1: Creating The Design




For more than two years Scott Fay has been my coach, mentor, and most importantly, my friend. When I was trying to separate who I was from what I did, and come up with a plan for the rest of my life, Scott believed in me and pushed me in the right direction. Although the […]

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The Mentor Leader – Part 2: Marks, Moments and Model




This is the second of three posts discussing “The Mentor Leader – Secrets To Building People And Teams That Win Consistently” by Tony Dungy.  I will admit, I have been a fan of Coach Dungy since long before his first book “Quiet Strength” was published.  I have been so impressed not by what Coach Dungy […]

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