Posts Tagged priorities

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 […]


Effectiveness Is A Path To Results – Not Productivity

This was one of those blog titles that I plugged in a few weeks ago because I thought it would be a good topic for one of my upcoming posts. As I opened up wordpress to start in on the post I had to laugh.  This is a picture of my desk at the exact […]


WILTW – Doing Nothing Is Not A Result!

One of my mentors, Scott Fay, challenged me earlier this week to expand my thinking by focusing on one specific thing I learned throughout the week and take action upon it.  This was a “double-dog-dare” so backing down was not really an option. So here is the plan … Friday’s post will be dedicated to […]


Change Your Outcome When You Stop, Challenge and Choose

If you are like most people, there are one or two things that you put on your list of goals every year and every year you fall short. I have spent much of the past two or three years studying what separates those who succeed from those that don’t.  I have come to the conclusion […]


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 […]


Is Discipline The Hard Part Or The Easy Part?

Alright, I will admit it, the idea and implementation of discipline have never been one of my strengths. Those of you that have known me for a while are probably laughing right now because you know how true that statement is. I have had my share of challenges just like everyone else, but for the […]