Sometimes at work we get presented with problems that we don’t want to deal with. It reminds me of when I was in the school and I would look down to avoid eye contact if the teacher asked a question I wasn’t prepared to answer. Similarly this can happen at work. A problem occurs andContinue reading “Run to Challenges & Take Accountability”
In life you will have to say things you’d rather not say. This could be for the betterment of a family, work group, or social circle. Having difficult conversations is a sign of personal growth and shows a desire to help others with their growth. It’s a teaching role, and it’s challenging.
Fast Company’s November 2015 issue shared with its readers the “secrets of the most productive people.” Oprah Winfrey graced the cover, and expressed her productivity secrets throughout an interview with J.J. McCorvey on how she resuscitated her once struggling OWN network. The start of the article tells how McCorvey was caught off guard when OprahContinue reading “Oprah’s Productivity Rules”
In Think and Grow Rich, Napoleon Hill, explains what he considers to be the major qualities all strong leaders must possess. I outline these eleven characteristics below with my interpretation of what each means. Before we get to that, I want to highlight a specific quote from the book which explains what I consider toContinue reading “Think and Grow Rich: Leadership Attributes”