Two paths have converged in this moment that has me sitting at the keyboard writing about the absolute worst moment of my life in front of an audience. In many of the interview-style podcasts I listen to, a common request is to share a failure. Every time I hear the question and pause to think…… Continue reading My Speaking Engagement FAIL!
Using Questions to Manage Your Mindset Creates A Continual State of Discovery The problem is, too many people get comfortable in their day-to-day patterns and allow lazy thinking to creep into and take over their norms. Worse, they might unconsciously fall into self-talk patterns of complaining or arguing with reality, instead of using that same…… Continue reading What questions are you asking daily?
There are stories here about the Native-led protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline, folks standing up to Donald Trump and his white supremacist cronies, and prisoners striking against their miserable living conditions in a racist system. via Why We Resist: Seven Stories About Protest — Longreads
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The problem is many people get promoted into leadership positions because they are good at the tasks of their jobs. In today’s work place, we need to manage people as well as we manage tasks.… Source: Lead Yourself First Udemy Course Available NOW!
10 Things We Can Learn From Thomas Jefferson What’s on your reading list for 2016? I started with Jon Meacham’s biography of Thomas Jefferson: The Art of Power. I like to learn about an… Source: What do you have in common with Thomas Jefferson?