Category Archives: Leadership Development

Mastermind Groups, Networking and Niches

Why is the smartest person in the world not the richest person in the world? If all knowledge and insight resided in one individual, then that solopreneur would manage all of our affairs. Fortunately, groups have demonstrated that knowledge and … Continue reading

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The Real Monday Morning Quarterback

A Monday morning quarterback is a spectator who makes all the right decisions after the game… once the outcome has been established. This individual has no input on the contest. They have perfect knowledge and zero impact! But consider a … Continue reading

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Do You Play or Do You Do?

A major highlight being in the sports media business is watching various athletes perform. A question came up recently, why do basketball athletes play and wrestling athletes wrestle? They don’t play wrestling; they wrestle! Wrestlers are a proud, fanatical group. … Continue reading

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Get Out of the Shallow & Go Deep

A dear friend used this phrase to say good-bye after attending a successful marketing event that he hosted. The event was successful because my friend created awareness and communicated directly with prospects. The second reason is that I personally introduced … Continue reading

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Business Growth & Adult Conversations

“Success in life is the result of good judgment. Good judgment is usually the result of experience. Experience is usually the result of bad judgment.” ~ Tony Robbins. In an earlier generation, parents would have their children leave the room … Continue reading

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I’m Not Proud of You, I’m Proud to Be a Part of You

“I am proud of you” sounds condescending. “I am proud to be a part of you” suggests that we are all in this together. This is servant leadership. This is leaders eat last. This is getting things done. In building … Continue reading

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Give a Kid a Rope and He Wants to Be a Cowboy

“Give a kid a rope and he wants to be a cowboy!” This saying is an insult pointed toward someone whose behavior goes too far. At worst, the target is reckless, dangerous and selfish. It is the teenager that gets … Continue reading

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