10 Things I Wish My Clients Weren’t So Slow to Learn

You are what you learn. As a business advisor who has worked with hundreds of businesses over the past 25 years, from startups and community-based nonprofits to large established organizations, I’ve observed patterns of behavior and thought that are recurring roadblocks for many leaders. After countless meetings, strategy sessions, and heart-to-heart discussions, here are the […]

Daily Leadership Thought #112 – Keep A Journal

Not only does journaling provide you with an opportunity for daily reflection, it also serves as an outlet for your feelings about what is taking place in your life at any given time. Instead of keeping things “bottled up” inside, you now have a vehicle for emotional release (which is always the preferred alternative).