Originally posted in 2012 The more you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn the more places you’ll go. from I Can Read With My Eyes Shut! It’s #DrSeussDay AND #WorldBookDay how serendipitous! Here’s a leadership lesson for every one of your waking hours today submitted by some of myContinue reading “A leadership lesson for every hour from Dr. Seuss #DrSeussDay”
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Big Dreams. Hard Work. No Excuses.
How do you become an astronaut when you’re born before space travel? How do you build a real-estate empire when you’re born in a refugee camp and married off at the age of 15? Two women I’ve met in the last few weeks set their sights on an “impossible” dream and achieved it. How? BigContinue reading “Big Dreams. Hard Work. No Excuses.”
Why encourage people in the middle of the pack and those who are dead last?- from my archives
Who’s cheering for the steady Eddies? Who’s applauding the kid who comes in last? What’s wrong with our approach when we celebrate the winners and discard all the rest? The last two weeks were the local cross-country races for my daughter. I thought I’d dust off this post as it still applies. ***** Remember theContinue reading “Why encourage people in the middle of the pack and those who are dead last?- from my archives”
Archived: What my Mom taught me about leadership
My Mom: The first person I laid eyes on, the first person to guide me by the hand, my first love and my first model of leadership. While I didn’t know it as a child and disregarded it as an adolescent, my Mom taught me a lot about leadership. Like most great leaders, she never sat me […]