The Daily Coach
A daily hands-on approach to becoming a better leader. With the help of some unique wisdom as well as an action plan to tackle your day, The Daily Coach aims to be an inspiration in your email inbox each morning. Leading first starts with leading yourself, so whether you're an executive, teacher, or parent... Everyone is a coach.
3 Questions to Gauge Progress
The fourth quarter of the year is well underway — and many of us as leaders are likely evaluating the progress, or lack thereof, we feel we’ve made.
The New Coach With Zero Experience
Not all knowledge is the same. Without practical experience, knowledge simply is not transferable to others.
You are the Chief Design Officer of your story. Today is an opportunity to lead your life with dignity, peace, love, compassion, forgiveness, wisdom, gratitude, surrender, and humility.
'I Didn't Want to Die Full of All These Dreams and Ideas'
"If you respond well under pressure, you will have followers."
"Notes" of An Elder
True wisdom is not found in big words. It is found in character, how you look at life, and how you treat yourself and others.
The Marathon Detours
Many of us at one point or another get dealt downright terrible hands. We suffer an awful injury, get unjustly laid off, experience some other major setback.
Lou Holtz and the 8 Non-Negotiables of Notre Dame
Knowing what not to do is more important than knowing what to do. We cannot devise a strategy until we understand what isn't going to change.
4 Lessons From Dusty Baker
Dusty Baker, 73 years old, won his first World Series title on Saturday. His remarkable journey has some key leadership lessons.
The 4 Types of Coaches
The Strategist can anticipate problems, ask the right questions, and build something sustainable.
"So many individuals are trying to change their lives by changing others, or they try to change their experience while they themselves remain the same."