Executive Career Coach says: Let your Big Dog Out | 602-299-0576

Published: June 25, 2013

Do you want to play (the game of life) like the big boys?  Consider that you may have been thinking and working too small.  Its time to zoom out with your perceptions.  Look for the big game of your life. Be ready to play at a whole new level.  Perhaps you have been showing the world your […]

Executive Career Coaching After the Crisis | 602-299-0576

Published: June 11, 2013

Your last project bombed.  You came in 50% over budget, and ten days late.  It wasn’t your proudest moment, and you are ready to move on. (Glad that period of your life is over!) What did your boss say?  He was scathing.  He heard all about your failure, and you felt even more miserable after […]

Executive Soft Skills: Leaders Don’t Look Like Each Other | 602-299-0576

Published: June 7, 2013

There was only one Elvis.  He lived and he died.  He marked our memories, and there were many copycats.  No one could ever outdo the “King” at being Elvis.  Anyone who impersonates him is just giving us nostalgia. Leaders take us to new places.  Once we have been there, the region has been explored.  The […]

Leadership and the demand for Certainty | 602-299-0576

Published: May 31, 2013

What would you pay to know the answers?  Suppose you could buy the newspapers for the next two years, wouldn’t you pay a lot to know what would happen?  Moreover, if you could only get the front page to the paper, wouldn’t that help you make important decisions? Most of us are willing to pay […]

Precious and Rare Vision

Published: April 29, 2013

Why is vision so precious, and so rare? Don’t look for vision amongst the pedestrian thinkers, from people who grumble or focus on limitations. The capacity to see the world of the possible is not practiced by most people of the world. I think many are capable of visionary thinking, and yet many are extremely […]

Leaders: Are You Closely Connected?

Published: April 29, 2013

Leadership author John Maxwell released a book recently, Everyone Communicates, Few Connect. I cannot wait to read it. I believe he may have his finger on an important principle for achievers: Don’t confuse communication with connection. Even good communication fails to create a sustained connection. Good communication is not sufficient to sustain a meaningful connection. […]

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