You know why I am overweight? It’s because I eat too much and I don’t exercise enough. Period.
How do we lead when we don’t feel like it? Do we have to be ready to lead, all the time? Can’t I take a break?
Lately, I’ve been doing some things to reduce stress. I’d like to share these things with you and also share why I am doing this.
I am humbled by stories of people putting other people first. It’s not really a natural human reaction, meaning, I believe our natural instinct is to look out for number one. Ourselves. But when someone selflessly gives, it’s really special. I am slowly beginning to believe that we all have this capacity, but we need to drop our ego and desires and replace them with a passion for people.
Are you afraid? The term “scared to death”, is more true than you realize.
There is one critical building block you need, if you want to build a good culture.
A new leader might think, “It would be great if I could give my team everything they desire.” Higher compensation, benefits, resources, information, the list goes on. But a mature leader understands, not only is that impossible, it could be detrimental. Continue reading for 5 reasons why saying “no”, when required, is important.
I did it again. 🤦🏾♂️ I allowed stress to make my heart go a-fib last week. 4th time in my life! It went normal after s couple days rest and relaxation. How many times do I have to learn the same lesson? I have to get rid of my arrhythmia attitude.
Last year, I completed a 14 day prayer challenge that has turned into an (almost) daily thing. There are three things I want to share with everyone. It’s a very effective way to improve your life, 10 minutes a day.
One of the most important things you will do as a leader, is develop core members of your team. It starts, however, with one major step.