Category Archives: Vision

Blow Up To Go Up!


Are you a linebacker or a balloonist? This question came to me listening to an audiobook while watching conference championship football…… Continue reading

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Servant Leadership 101 – What would happen?


What would happen if ___________________? It’s a great question to activate your goal seeking mind Continue reading

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Servant Leadership Tip #1 – The Discipline to Follow


Discipline comes from disciple. Disciple means one who follows and its Latin origin means to learn. Discipline is an attribute of most leaders. So how do you lead by following? Continue reading

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Employee Engagement Tip #11 – If You Resigned, What Would Happen?


When companies get in trouble several things often happen. People get let go and other people jump ship. Why is that?,,,, Continue reading

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Employee Engagement Tip #9 – Inside the Circles of Change


The linkages between three employee groups in their articles gave me pause. What is the overlap between the vision casting Senior Management group, the controlling Middle Management group, and the executing Front Line managers? Continue reading

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Productivity Tip # 2 – Practice Affirmative Action Everyday


Leadership requires both vision and action. A vision without action is just a dream. Action without a vision is just activity. Together they create worthwhile accomplishment with your life. How do you put them together? Practice Affirmative Action! Continue reading

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Aristotle’s Engagement Tip of the Week


“Where your talents cross the needs of the world therein lays your vocation.” Aristotle Continue reading

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What I Learned Vacationing in National Parks


Vacations are time slot to vacate your normal routine. As a business consultant living on the flat and humid Gulf Coast, a trip to the high desert of Arches and Zion National Parks in low humidity Utah was the perfect setting. We hiked, ate, photographed and mostly strained our necks looking up at God’s awesome creations. Continue reading

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Your Last Day of Work


If today was your last day at work, what would it be like? Would you be happy? Would your co-workers be happy or sad? How would your supervisor react? 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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