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Agreeing to Disagree

A divided electorate, a "cancel culture", and open hostility on social media is evidence of a lack of civility in our interactions with people we don't necessarily agree with. In this week's leadership blog, a reminder that It is okay to agree to disagree. It is not okay to be disagreeable. People are valuable...and need to be valued. We can't have a healthy, open, and prosperous society without this.

Are You a Gimmie-Pig

When self-indulgence and the relentless pursuit of profits of people become the norm, you're a Gimmie-Pig! In this week's Black Belt Leadership blog, I identify this dangerous mindset and share some insights into how we rid ourselves of a self-absorbed, self-centered mindset. Read and apply. Feel free to share this message with others.

The Myth of Time Management

While we can't manage time, we can manage what we DO with the time we've been allocated each day. In this week's blog, I offer some insights into the fallacy of time management and practical tips you can take to get more productivity out of each day. Don't let distraction or Parkinson's Law hold you back from REAL success!

Starfish and Submarines

Little things, if overlooked or ignored, can become bigger things that cause real problems. In this week's Be a Black Belt Leader blog, the impact of the "little things" we allow into our lives or the organizations we lead, and their negative impact on productivity, profitability, and morale are highlighted. The questions posed at the end of this blog challenge you to think into this issue, and take corrective action. Read, share your comments, and please feel free to share this so others can grow as well.

Do You See What I See

One of my favorite quotes from the legendary Wayne Dyer says, "When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change." The problem is we can't see what we can't see until someone teaches us to see things in a different way. How do we do that? This week's leadership blog tackles this question. Enjoy (and share) the read - and leave a comment below with your thoughts.
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