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Category: Leading Legacies


Common Theme All Great Leaders Have

I was thinking about leadership today and it struck me that the best leaders I have met share one thing in common: discernment. They use it to inspire and direct people to a bigger purpose regardless of their vocation.  The best leaders connect.  Look at Jesus who used a rock for a pillow but inspired ...Continue Reading...

“Working To Live”

I have found that many CEOs and employees get caught in the mentality of work to live,” rather than to make a difference. Somewhere along the path their spark to use their insight, talent, time and resources as a platform to help and inspire others has been quenched. It’s like a racecar driver who starts ...Continue Reading...

Impact List

Every great leader that has used their position to positively influence those around them is a by-product of someone. These are the rare people, that when they speak they empower others to push past their own boundaries. These people are not necessarily rich or influential in culture but are willing to stand for what they ...Continue Reading...

Invisible Line

There is a burden that only leaders can understand… an invisible line that once it’s crossed you can never go back. To be elevated past the line means you have an opportunity to make a great impact. But it also means that those you lead will view you different. They will not understand your full ...Continue Reading...

Excitement & Bad Decisions

When decisions have to be made, leaders tend to balance them between good and bad. I would challenge that to say, when a leader is making a decision a key factor should be the “team’s excitement.” I will make bad decisions on purpose (from other’s perspective) if it means making my team excited. The reason, ...Continue Reading...

Your reach in the world

I know six CEO’s that have determined they have influence on 100,000 people through their positions in life. They identified this by the affect their decisions have on others (employees, customers, vendors etc.). You may be a stay-at-home mom who has two children, leads a book club and is a roller derby coach on Friday ...Continue Reading...

If he can do it!

Progression is excelled among friends that are driven to exceed the norm. I have a group of people in my life from whom I borrow confidence. People who are driven by similar motives as me. When they win, I win and vice versa. Isn’t it great to have a band of brother (or sisters) who ...Continue Reading...

Deep Bonds

At the heart of a deep bond lies an experience. I heard a story of a man who ran a manufacturing company that used giving as a way to engage his employees. He grouped his employees into teams of about five. He gave them each a few thousand dollars and a mission to collaboratively choose ...Continue Reading...

Deep Bonds

At the heart of a deep bond lies an experience. I heard a story of a man who ran a manufacturing company that used giving as a way to engage his employees. He grouped his employees into teams of about five. He gave them each a few thousand dollars and a mission to collaboratively choose ...Continue Reading...

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