Attitude

27.1.2015 Attitude | Fear | Pain

The Surprising Secret To Getting Unstuck.

There are days as a leader when you just feel stuck. The situation in front of you isn’t necessarily bad or uncomfortable, but you still feel like there is no clear path to get to where you want to be. You’re stuck where you are. At least that’s how it feels. If you’re not there right Read More 

26.1.2015 Attitude | Leadership

You Have Rights.

You have the right to get angry when the world treats you unfairly. You have the right to ask hard questions from those who expect excellence from you. You have the right just say “NO” or “MAYBE” or “LATER” when you’re already at your limit. You have the right to try something new even when you don’t have any Read More 

22.1.2015 Attitude

Awesome People Smile More.

A few more smiles each day will transform your life. It’s hard not to feel empowered when you’re smiling. You can’t not feel confident and prepared, focused and creative when you’re around people who are smiling back at you. That’s the power of a smile. It can change the course of an entire day for Read More 

21.1.2015 Attitude | Business | Leadership

You’re Not Willing To Win.

There is a version of an old Buddhist phrase that goes something like this: “When the student is willing, the teacher will appear.” It’s simple — but quite accurately the biggest problem you have in driving corporate innovation. You don’t see possibility because you’re not willing to make mistakes in order to achieve success. You don’t see positive change because Read More 

20.1.2015 Attitude | Business | Leadership

It Is What You Make It.

Life isn’t out to get you. Karma isn’t on a mission to bring you back down to earth. You don’t have things any more difficult than those around you. You aren’t being picked on or unfairly treated. That’s the hard truth about what you’re going through right now. It is what you make it. Just Read More 

15.1.2015 Attitude | Extreme Behavior

Why You Aren’t Getting It Right, Right Now.

If success isn’t the only option you can afford right now, you’re probably going to fail. You might think you need more options than what you have right now. You might want more options than those you have right now. But more options means less urgency. Less intensity. Less reason to get it right, right now. Desperation Read More