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Monthly Archives: July 2011
“Great stories have memorable scenes: You have to intentionally create memorable scenes to create a memorable life.” – Donald Miller from A Million Miles in a Thousand Years Just over a year ago I read a compelling book from Donald … Continue reading
Have you ever had the challenge as a leader to sustain or build positive momentum? For me, it’s always a challenge to keep the “ball moving down the field” when it comes to sustaining positive momentum. It seems I often … Continue reading
What do sandcastles and leadership credibility have in common? Every summer my family finds our way to some beach somewhere for an adventurous family vacation. That brings a lot of family traditions with it, but one of the most anticipated … Continue reading
I read an interesting chapter from the book Rework by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson that I thought would be good to pass along. The title of this chapter is “Reasons to Quit” and it offers some very good … Continue reading
I ran across this blog post recently and thought it was relevant considering credibility is such an important leadership topic. This blog was posted by Brad Lomenick (http://bradlomenick.com/) and here he shares his thoughts on leadership and credibility.
“Go to the ball! It takes no talent to hustle! Give a little bit more and you’ll be successful” Those are words from Joe Paterno, the Hall of Fame football coach at Penn State University. Coach Paterno has more wins … Continue reading
This past 4th of July I ran in my first Peachtree Road Race. The weeks leading up to the race I trained pretty hard and set a personal goal regarding finish time. Since I’d never run this race before I … Continue reading