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Success Thought of the Day – 1/3/22

Leadership is a difference-maker in every aspect of life. Leadership transcends problems, creates “best practices,” and invents what becomes cultural norms. However, you must have clarity; otherwise, you might just be moving in the wrong direction. [Read more in the post]

Success Thought of the Day – 12/21/21

Filter what you receive against the core of what you believe. Invest time to mine in service of your grind.

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Success Thought of the Day – 12/20/21

Several years ago, I held an offsite for my leadership team during a challenging time. We were a newer division within the company with huge goals, and things were not taking off as planned.

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Success Thought of the Day – 12/15/21

Black Ice is an Internationally acclaimed Emmy, Tony & Peabody award-winning poet/creative writer. More importantly, he is a childhood friend.

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Success Thought of the Day – 12/14/21

I can admit there were times I just wanted to “get through it” and get to the “next thing.” I now appreciate the time in each and everything.

A shift from wanting to “get through it” to a desire to learn from it can be meaningful, and increase that recall value. The cumulative effect on your journey cannot be overstated.

Success Thought of the Day – 12/13/21

It has been said the greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing people that he doesn’t exist. I would argue the second greatest trick is implanting the belief that you cannot change the world. You give up that special part of you the moment you believe that.

Please don’t fall for it. You matter!

Success Thought of the Day – 12/10/21

We have always needed to invest time to build great relationships.   Proximity made it more convenient.  However, it also led us to assume that we had done the work when perhaps we had not.

The future of work means we must be intentional if we want those relationships.

Success Thought of the Day – 12/7/21

Some things are with you for a reason and a season.  Be thankful for it and continue to move forward. 

As you plan for the New Year and next stages, in addition to your “to-do” list, be sure to create your “release list.”

Success Thought of the Day – 12/6/21

Make clear for others who you are, what you bring to the table, and where you are going. Doing so removes the room for misguided applications of generalities and misunderstandings.

Branding begins with clarity.

Success Thought of the Day – 12/2/21

Beginning new things is fun and exciting. Ending things, not so much. Reframe it as a transition to another “new.”

Success Thought of the Day – 12/1/21

Continue to honor the internal voice that tells you it is time to grow forward. [Read more in the post]

Success Thought of the Day – 11/29/21

Performance reviews, salary increases, and bonuses discussions are not meant to be surprise and delight (or fright) moments.  [Read More]

Success Thought of the Day – 11/24/21

Begin the wind-down and prepare to go deep over the next few days.

Those you love most will appreciate it.

Success Thought of the Day – 11/22/21

participated in an outreach event in Wilmington, DE, this past Saturday. As I spoke to several individuals who came by my table, a woman asked me for a copy of my book as she shared that she would be graduating with her Bachelor’s degree soon but was not quite sure what she would do yet. [Read more in the post]

Success Thought of the Day – 11/18/21

Preparation matters.  Skills are important, but mental preparation is even more so.  In many cases, the thing we want requires some form of transformation when the moment of opportunity strikes.  Be ready to coach yourself through the discomfort.

Success Thought of the Day – 11/16/21

If you want to drive change, learn to wield great questions.

Schools can teach you academically, but like many things, practice makes it permanent.

Success Thought of the Day – 11/15/21

I was bullied regularly during most of my elementary school years.  I was large for my age, lacked confidence, wore thick glasses, sang in the school choir, played in the band, and was a crossing safety.  You get the picture; I didn’t hang with the cool crowd.  [Read more in post]

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