How to Diversify Your Happiness
You may know how to diversify your investments, but have you thought about how to diversify your happiness? A successful executive leader recently taught me how she has. In this post, I’m sharing her simple process for how you can diversify your happiness.
What I’ve Learned from the Young Leaders of Stoneman Douglas High School
This past weekend a million or more people around the world turned out for the March for Our Lives in support of the students of Parkland, Florida’s NeverAgain movement. There are some clear leadership lessons that anyone who is willing to look can take away from the young leaders of…
How to Stop Selling Your Ideas and Start Enrolling People in Them
Even though hardly anyone likes a sales pitch, there's a lot of idea selling going on in most organizations. What would it look like if, instead of selling your ideas to people, you enrolled them in your ideas? Here are five ways to stop selling and start enrolling.
How Do You Score on the Business Stress-O-Meter?
If there were a business-life stress meter you could plug into, how would you score? Based on some classic research on stress and its effects, I'm offering a quick business-life stress test in this post. What's your score and what can you do about it? Read on for answers.
Do You “Have To” or Do You “Get To”?
What do you notice about your thought process when you're about to start something that's difficult or intimidating? Here's a hint - your self-talk is highly predictive of the result you're going to get. There's a simple mental shift you can make that almost guarantees a better result.
What You Can Learn About Self-Observation and Self-Improvement from Kevin Durant
What would you learn about yourself if you were constantly videotaped at work? Golden State Warriors star Kevin Durant had the chance to find out and made the most of it. Here's what all of us can learn about self-observation and self-improvement from Kevin Durant.