Monthly Archives: January 2013

When Do You Hire Your Employees?


If I asked you when do you hire your employees, you would probably think I was setting you up for a joke. Continue reading

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Who are your Johari team members?


In an age where everyone is seeking followers, trusted advisors are even more valuable. Continue reading

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What is your __________ mission statement?


So what is your personal mission statement? What is your family’s mission statement? Both are vitally important, but I have yet to find more than a handful of people who have a clearly defined personal or family mission statement. Continue reading

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Trying to Learn What Not to Forget


Sometimes the best self-development comes from not forgetting what you previously learned.
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Public Service vs. Public Disservice


The attached link has me thinking of Alice in Wonderland and 1984 and seeing red. Seems the big guys, Wall Street, Hollywood, and Corporate Farmers, with former “public servants” representing them as lobbyists, snuck $76 billion in tax credits into the fiscal cliff bill. Continue reading

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Your Bibliography?


Who would you list as the bibliographers of your daily life? Where do your ideas and insights originate, and what information moves you forward? If leadership is influence, on whose shoulders are you gratefully standing?
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Outside In planning


It’s January 3rd, and I am already re-doing most of my 2013 goals. Not all of them but enough to make we wonder, “What was I thinking?” The reason for the re-do’s: Too many of my goals focus on me. I … Continue reading

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