Posted in communication, Empower, Outcome Thinking

It’s Not You… Actually, Yes It Is


If you expect the best from someone, you are statistically likely to find it.

The same is true if you expect the worst.

Ask yourself what you’re expecting from those around you.

Isn’t it funny how often you find it?

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Posted in Leadership

Decisions


How fast to drive. Which way to go to work.  Where to eat… etc.

Deciding NOT to be a victim of your circumstances; making a positive impact on someone else’s day; seeing the world through the eyes of an optimist and a believer — that’s a conscious decision that requires effort and focus.

It’s the best decision you can make. 

TRY THIS: The moment you have a thought that includes blame, stop. Decide you’re not a victim and consider a path that creates a better outcome for yourself and whoever or whatever you were about to blame.

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Leading From the Sidelines


It’s easy to call out players on the field to give advice.

It’s harder to follow that advice in the thick of the fight, inspiring the players to yell back, “If you think it’s so easy, you come out here and do it yourself.”

What kind of a leader are you? One that leads by example or one that yells from the sidelines?