What if everything in life was like learning to walk? Struggling was seen as a necessary part of learning and opportunities to grow. Mastery happens through effort and short-lived failures. People would praise your effort and not compare you or rank you at the moment rather see in terms of long-term goals.
Some have come to view established routines as being in a rut and moving toward a place where creativity and innovation are sent to die. The opposite is actually true, and the right routines enhance our ability to operate at a higher level and accomplish more than we ever would have without routines
Managing your time and energy is essential to your leadership. Here is a practical way to take care of yourself and, therefore, those you lead.
Article Published by Coach Ayers at Simplifaster on 1/11/19
Bill Belichick, who now has more Super Bowl wins as a head coach than anyone ever, is a different type of leader. Yet, you can not deny he is successful in his endeavors. How and why?
Leadership rarely goes as planned. To grow in your leadership is the single greatest attribute of an effective and worthwhile leader is asking the right questions
Introverts by nature, feel they should be more extroverted in their personality and leadership. This post is to refute this claim. Why do introverts make excellent leaders and what can extroverts learn from them?
Have you ever wondered:
Why the Pine Tree? Lights? Santa Claus? Even the date of Dec. 25th?
This post will shed some light on some of the fun Christmas traditions we have all come to know and love.