3 Things You Must Manage Well In Order To Lead Well

3 Things You Must Manage Well In Order To Lead Well

We all want to lead well. There’s a lot of talk about leadership, and rightly so. We often quote John Maxwell on this blog, who says that “everything rises and falls on leadership.” I believe that’s true, not just because it’s a great statement to believe, but because I’ve seen it in action for nearly… Continue reading

5 Valuable Life Lessons Learned From Little League

5 Valuable Life Lessons Learned From Little League

I love baseball (long-suffering Padres fan!), but I only played one year of Little League as a kid. My sons, Garret & Taylor, both played. We all had very different experiences, but we all learned some valuable life lessons. 5 Valuable Life Lessons Learned From Little League 1. Swing like you mean it. This is something… Continue reading

Ten Habits That Anyone Can Master To Do Good Work

Ten Habits That Anyone Can Master To Do Good Work

It doesn’t seem that long ago that my oldest son, Taylor, was officially looking for his first real “job”. He was 17, had big aspirations and is an amazing young man (yes, I know, I’m supposed to think that – but he really is!). My other son, Garret (who’s also amazing 🙂 ) followed close… Continue reading

6 Steps To Lead and Manage Significant Change In Your Organization

6 Steps To Lead and Manage Significant Change In Your Organization

Change is inevitable. Change can be of great benefit, but often comes with great challenges. And it’s important to understand when change should be initiated. In our last article we shared 4 reasons change might be necessary, including: danger, datedness, direction & dimension.  Click here to learn more about these reasons. The process of leading change will always… Continue reading