Category Archives: Leadership Development

Freedom of Self-Discipline

Have you ever thought about the Freedom of Self-Discipline? There is a great paradox about personal freedom.  Each of us longs for freedom and the ability to “do whatever I want.” And, yet, the people who seem to have the most freedom also happen to be the most disciplined, the most focused, and the most […]

The Importance of Integrity

Have you ever thought about the Importance of Integrity? You can and should express your concern for integrity by contributing to your organization’s policies, training programs and communications about the need for honesty and a sense of personal responsibility. Doing so will enlighten and reassure your employees and customers. But what you do – and […]

Impatient Leader

Are You an Impatient Leader?  For the most part, I am not a patient person. I know this about myself. I tend to be action-oriented and can become easily disappointed, and even annoyed, when things don’t happen as quickly as I like. Fortunately, I am slowly learning that I do not, and can not, control all […]

Your Unseen Wealth

Have you ever thought about your unseen wealth? A beggar had been sitting by the side of the road for over thirty years. One day a stranger walks by. “Spare some change?” mumbled the beggar, mechanically holding out his old baseball cap. “I have nothing to give you,” said the stranger. Then he asked, “What’s […]