I read this article by Ed Baldwin and it resonated with me because so many leaders I meet make excuses for not doing something because they are “too busy.” It’s not about better time management, it’s about having the proper focus and priorities. If you find yourself being too busy lately I encourage you to read […]
I had the opportunity to meet and hear Pat Gelsinger, CEO of VM Ware speak at the DFW Technology Prayer Breakfast last year. He shared insights about his career, his current role as leader of a $7 Billion technology company, his faith in Jesus Christ, his view on leadership, and how he faces the challenges […]
How would you describe the taste of an Orange to someone who’s never had any citrus before? Or a Sunrise to a blind person? Or even the joy is seeing your child born? It’s tough to effectively communicate the true value of being in our Peer Advisory Group. Most leaders are so busy running their […]
The members of our CEO Peer Advisory Group in DFW often share things with me that they do not feel they can tell anyone else. One of my group members joking told me I was like a therapist for business owners, and I’ve heard comments like this over the years from business owners and CEO’s […]
During our annual members retreat we focused on the book Triggers by Marshall Goldsmith. It focused on the stimulants that can lead to self-destructive thoughts that keep us from the behavior we really want. Click the arrow and watch this video and see if any of this sounds familiar to you. We often allow ourselves […]
“All the power in the world lies between stimulus and response.” My Mom always told me that no one can make you mad – you have to choose to be mad. You cannot control what people do but you CAN control how you respond. This week I spent time with a few of my executive […]
Needle point looks confusing and messed up when you view it from the underside. That how our employees see things most of the time. Your job is to let them see the view from the top.