Two Reasons You Must Understand Your Intuition As a Leader
Following your intuition is a good thing as long as you understand it. Countless times I ask clients why they make certain decisions or how they solve challenges and very often the answers I get back are akin to, “I don’t know, I just do it. I’ve been doing it for so long I just…
What is Stopping Us from Becoming Who We Want to Become?… And How to Get Back on Track
This blog was originally published on http://www.leader193.com on September 14, 2017. The obstacles we face in becoming the person we want seem endless and insurmountable at times. Murphy, of the famed Murphy’s Law, seems to keep track of our desire to improve in all aspects of our life and knows just when to strike to…
How To Micro-Knowledge Instead of Micro-Manage
This blog was originally published on http://www.leader193.com on September 6, 2017. As I spoke to the CEO of a small technology firm (let’s call him James) about his past leadership struggles, he was having a difficult time understanding how his former employees just couldn’t grasp what was important to him. James hired me to coach him because…
Leadership and Breaking Through the Fluff: Being in the Moment
This blog was originally published on http://www.leader193.com on July 14, 2018. As I become older I seem to be taking on a much more spiritual view of life and my behaviors. The science behind the positive effects of deep breathing and meditation is no longer hidden in the corner of the local library or book…
Learning To Trust Your Intuition – 3 Basic Steps
How do you learn to build and trust your intuition? As leaders, if you simply act on intuition and cannot explain how or why you do things, other than to say, “It’s just my gut,” you run the risk of repeating failures, missing out on successes, and leaving your people unsure of what is expected…
Real Leadership Reflected in Houston, TX
This blog was originally published on http://www.leader193.com on August 30th, 2017. This is not intended to be a feel-good story. This is a story about leadership and its core meaning. At least its core meaning as I see it. I have a friend who has volunteered his time to help people through the ongoing tragedy…
Want To Be a Great Leader? Lower Your Bar
This blog was originally published on http://www.leader193.com on July 7, 2018. You’ve never exercised before and you decide it’s time to start. You’re 75 pounds over weight and you decide it’s time to change your diet. You’ve decided it’s time to expand your horizons and learn a new language. What’s more, you’ve decided that since…
Can Companies Afford NOT to Invest in Leadership and Professional Development?
Originally published on http://www.leader193.com on August 9, 2017. David Amerland’s most recent book, “The Sniper Mind”, takes a deep dive into what makes Snipers special. David explains the qualities that allow Snipers to make decisions under the direst circumstances, but also explains how these very special qualities can be learned by all. It is a comprehensive analysis…
Where the Fear Lies: A Memorial Day Thought
I originally published this article on my blog on May 27, 2018. I am re-sharing it today because it continues to capture my feelings about honoring the fallen this Memorial Day. Every year, Americans do a great job paying homage to our fallen on Memorial Day. By and large, this day transcends political affiliation, religion,…
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