If you haven't added Andy Stanley's Leadership Podcast to your development program you are missing a great resource. To date he's covered: Assumptions Mutual Submission Trust vs. Suspicion High Performance Teams Systems These short podcasts (25 to 30 minutes) are
Take time today to put yourself into the scene that day on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. Look out on the crowd. Experience the moment.
When it comes to the stuff that fires the imagination…there’s almost no one else like Tom Peters. He’s got a great free resource out: Innovation 121 In light of the upcoming Innovation3 Gathering, I thought I’d link to it. Definitely looking
“Without a vision, the crisis chooses us. But with a vision, we choose the ‘crisis.’” Will Mancini Great post on the topic by Will Mancini over at Clarity Evangelist. Check it out.
5:00 p.m. Still 63°F out here on the patio. Listening to a little 24 Nights by Eric Clapton. Great live performance from London’s Albert Hall. Very, very good. Tonight? Fajitas! Definitely a day for it. Warm enough to be out
The first step in a growth strategy? It's probably not what you think. According to Peter Drucker, "The first step in a growth policy is not to decide where and how to grow. It is to decide what to abandon
4:30 p.m. 56 degrees on the patio here in Rocklin. Me and Maxwell chillin' in more ways than one (76 degrees down in Rancho Santa Margarita). Listening to a little Hell Freezes Over. Didn't see the connection when I put
MUCH too cold to be on the patio. 6:10 p.m. 41 degrees. Not down with the feel of that. Also, the laptop has no sound for the 7th day in a row…so nothing happening on that front. On the other
Happy New Year everybody! Looking forward to lots of good times ahead. Hope you're off to a good start! Today we've got the smokin' texas red chili simmering, the red chile pork simmering for the tamale-making extravaganza later, and of
Don't let the title fool you, this is very interesting. It's been in the stack for about a month (actually, I've had a preview copy even longer), but getting into it I'm finding this is a really fascinating read. Wargaming