Do big-rock work during your golden hours.
“Failure is the soft underbelly of success.”
The average leader begins the day stressed. Heart attacks are more likely in the morning and may be connected to adrenaline.
Saying things you regret usually follows these six words, “Let me be honest with you.”
High self-reliance combined with an anti-authoritarian spirit lends itself to arrogance.
Some people anticipate future difficulties and run away. Leaders anticipate painful situations and move forward.
You encourage weakness when you solve people’s problems – when they could solve their own.
Entitled people use the ‘little people’ to feel superior.
Win-win is cooperative, not competitive.
Talking isn’t working when problems persist.
Yesterday returns until you change the future today.
The mistakes leaders make are deadly because they harm others.
What note taking strategies do you use?
What small-talk-tips can you add?
How can leaders address the dark side of imagination?
Diversity without inclusion feels like attending a dinner party where the host forgot to set a place for you.