In my last post I talked about the need to have faith to get through the challenges in life. Worries and fear are inevitable, but how we deal with them is entirely up to us. Using the 1 Corinthians 13 model, I am proposing an age-old solution for getting through
Dealing with fear and worry is an every day issue. You can’t avoid them. But what you can do is learn how to deal with them and overcome the paralyzing effect they can have on you. Let’s first define fear and worry. While they are almost used interchangeably, there is
In the pre-social media web (pre web 2.0), it was easy for a business or organization to “oversell” themselves. I saw this from time-to-time. It’s easy to imagine how a business might do this. A website can be designed to make them seem very impressive. Testimonials from customers (whether real
I’ve always been impressed with Coach John Wooden (even though I’m not a UCLA fan). His accomplishments, on and off the court, are indisputable. I’m reading Pat William’s book about Coach Wooden and the principles that were passed from his father to the coach that shaped his life. One of
Some leaders take action on very little direction, while others seem to never have enough to make a decision.
I was reviewing the book “Principle-Centered Leadersihp” by Stephen Covey the other day, and was reminded of the great message he has in this book. Here’s a summary. Overall theme: That “natural laws, principles, operate regardless. So get these principles at the center of your life, at the center of
If leaders implementing change recognize these factors, they are far more likely to not only succeed, but have a highly motivated workforce behind them to make it happen.
I was recently asked the question, “what do you do to be successful during the first 90 days on the job?”. The bottom line is that you need to demonstrate to your leaders, peers, customers and team members, that you are ready to take on this new position.
Linked In and other social tools are changing the job hunting process in ways we never imagined.
“It is amazing how much you can accomplish when it doesn’t matter who gets the credit.” I don’t know who is responsible for this quote. Some say Abraham Lincoln, others refer to a similar quote made by Ronald Reagan, and still others attribute it to some guy named “anonymous”. This