Leadership Tip for the Week: It is through the "process" of achieving our goals (and often the struggles) that we change for the better. The lessons we learn through personal effort and growth in achievement are frequently more powerful than the final accomplishment. Quotation attributed to: Henry David Thoreau: American naturalist, essayist, poet, and philosopher
Leadership Tip for the Week: Great leaders do not attempt to draw attention to themselves. They know that narcissism is toxic. Instead, their focus is on accomplishing the mission by motivating each team member to be their personal best, and inspiring them to reach their potential. Quotation attributed to: Lao Tzu: Ancient Chinese philosopher and
Leadership Tip for the Week: The achievement of money, fame or influence is temporary in this lifetime. These things will all be eclipsed by others in the future. The deepest level of satisfaction comes from personal triumphs, accomplishments, and the belief that what we do truly matters and may leave a legacy for future generations.
Leadership Tip for the Week: Getting knocked down for our beliefs and values does not mean we are weak. In fact, by overcoming such setbacks and struggles, and by getting up again, we become stronger than we ever were before. Quotation attributed to: Concepcion Arenal: Spanish thinker, journalist, poet, and dramatic author “The one who