Monthly Archives: March 2013

An Excessive Need To Be Me

We use our ideas of who we are to rationalize all kinds of behavior. Letting go of limiting definitions lets us do our best work. Mark Reiter is a top literary agent and a master with words. Mark and I … Continue reading

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The Success Delusion

Why It Can Be So Hard for Successful Leaders to Change Any human, in fact, any animal will tend to repeat behavior that is followed by positive reinforcement. The more successful we become, the more positive reinforcement we get – … Continue reading

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“Intelligent Leadership” by John Mattone

There are so many books on leadership, yet there are so few leaders. The demand for great leadership has never been higher. Our government—all governments, crave superior leadership. Our schools, our businesses, in fact all our institutions, crave superior leadership. … Continue reading

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The Five Reasons We Give Up

Yes, change takes longer than we thought, and the process is harder. Acknowledging that from the get-go can make a big difference in helping us stick to the plan. by Marshall Goldsmith and Kelly Goldsmith Why do we set New … Continue reading

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Advice on Getting From Here to There

No matter how much you have achieved, to get to the next level you are going to have to get even better.   My goal is to help you learn and grow, with assistance from some of the greatest executive … Continue reading

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