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Spread This Instead

Posted Posted in Grows, Leading

There is nothing about our current situation that we cannot handle. We only waste our energy if we worry, try to not worry, or try to control things. No amount of effort at this level is ever productive. We have everything inside us we need to thrive now and now and now and… Go inside, […]

Light Up

Posted Posted in Leading

At times like this, it’s good to remember: one of us shining a light helps hundreds, thousands, or millions to step away from the dark. Should we find ourselves or others stuck and focusing on the problem, we know we can always shine the light on our ability to pause and choose to feel good […]

Impostor Syndrome?

Posted Posted in Grows

Generally, we’ve come to believe that there’s a right path, pattern, or process for success. Nope. There may be some helpful principles but otherwise we all–from our most successful hero to our least successful schoolmate–are making it up as we go. This is wonderfully freeing, yes? From this perspective, you simply can not be an […]

Generate Results in Meetings

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We might push, posture, protect, or prattle to get results in a meeting. Or we can let go, listen, learn, and lean in. Which aprroach is more likely to generate results that last beyond the end of the meeting? Right. In your corner, Mike P.S. And love. P.P.S. Which approach is more enjoyable, more likely […]

Pump

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Destructive leadership rations energy. Productive leadership pumps energy into everyone freely. To share so much, we first have to find and tap for ourselves a virtually unlimited source. And where will find such a source? It’s right here and it’s called appreciation.   In your corner, Mike

In A World…

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…of insanity, you are the antidote. Sit amidst the uncertainty. Bring the calm and perspective. Ask the deeper questions. Set the tone. Be the leader (with or without title) that we need. Thank you.   In your corner, Mike   Today’s photo credit: Jeff Summers 2016-1302.jpg via photopin (license)