Tag Archives: motivation

How Leaders Fail . . .

If you want to know whether or not you are a leader, turn around and see if anyone is following! The role of “leader” in a business is never easy and for those in charge of a region, division, plant or … Continue reading

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Wisdom From My Daughter . . .

(I wrote this post three years ago, but the wisdom of children is timeless.  Feel free to pass it to others who might need a gentle nudge and reminder! Besides, Valentine’s Day is coming.) My young daughter sensed that I … Continue reading

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Navy Seals and Employee Appreciation

“The only easy day was yesterday!” There have been several movies recently about the Navy Seals and the raid on Osama bin Laden ( Zero-Dark Thirty and  Seal Team Six: The Raid on Osama Bin Laden) as well as numerous magazine and … Continue reading

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Sedentary Executives . . . Arise

If you could kick the person in the pants responsible for most of your trouble, you wouldn’t sit for a month.                     –Theodore Roosevelt I’ve been sitting far too much lately. … Continue reading

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