Tag Archives: Strategy
Honestly, I wonder how many times Thomas Edison thought of giving up when he was trying to invent the light bulb. The guy had tried and failed a couple thousand times. But he didn’t quit. He believed in himself and in his ability to achieve the desired result of his labor. Continue reading
Laziness is one of those culprits that can ruin an organization. And it’s not a fast-moving killer. Indeed the very nature of laziness is lethargic, snail’s pace, and glacier-like withering of progress. And it’s extremely contagious! Continue reading
As a leader, it’s not all about you. It never was, isn’t now, and never will be.
Originally posted on CU Insight (7/23/15) It’s that time of year….you’re most likely starting to gear up for your annual Strategic Planning meeting. Perhaps you have everything in place, the venue, an experienced facilitator, an outline of what you’d like … Continue reading
“Inaction breeds doubt and fear. Action breeds confidence and courage. If you want to conquer fear, do not sit home and think about it. Go out and get busy.” –Dale Carnegie I think Mr. Carnegie was on to something. Indeed, … Continue reading
You’ve probably seen travel/leisure articles online or in your Facebook feeds that highlight a particular destination. Essentially, the authors of the articles identify the things that you should definitely see or experience. They also identify attractions that they believe to … Continue reading