On a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate yourself as a boss? WIth 1 = “I have no clue.” And 10 = “I got this. Don’t need any help.” When I ask this of my clients, most rate themselves quickly because they want to see how they stack up against other bosses […]
I remember the first time I saw cranberry sauce on the table at Thanksgiving. The Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade was wrapping up and the pleasing aroma of my mother's baking pulled me off our shag carpet where I was sprawled in front of the TV. I must have been about eight or nine. "Hey, where […]
A couple of years ago, good friends Robert and Letia Seaborn married off their daughter Owen in what most people in our small town of Fairhope refer to as the social event of the century. Among the many outstanding traits of Robert and Letia, Christy and I are naturally drawn to their quirky sense of […]
Next time you are in a bookstore, check out the carpet in the Leadership-Management-Business section. I bet it is well worn. Do you know how many times this button is clicked at the Amazon Business Book Section? Hint: a lot. And check out this ad I saw recently on Amazon's webpage. For whatever reason--advancement, money, […]
If you are a regular partaker of my blog/vlog, you know that I reach out for your opinions from time to time. I do this so I can post content to help leaders solve the problems they face. But today is different. I'm actually asking for ME. I need your help. In 60 days we […]
Being under pressure to perform can be productive in short bursts, but over the long haul, see what works better on this week's version of the Leadership Formula vlog. Click here. Join the tribe! Sign up here for my weekly blog/vlog designed to help leaders align and engage their employees.
What in the world does pressure washing have to do with LEADERSHIP? Making progress is the best thing about pressure washing, but it is also very important to employees in two ways: (1) Making progress in daily tasks, jobs. (2) Making progress as their careers. Leaders are responsible for both...find out more here!
It was Sunday morning 8:00 a.m. Church started in twenty minutes, and we lived five minutes away. As usual, we were going to be late. We only had two boys at the time—two year old Britton and six month-old Sam. Normal parents bathe children at that age. However, I went a little long reading the […]