Category Archives: Mentoring

Leading new leaders

A Quick Reminder . . .

“People need to be reminded more often than they need to be instructed.” ~ Samuel Johnson  

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Problems vs Focus

“The size of the leader is the size of the problems they can deal with without breaking focus.” ~ Orrin Woodward

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Like Water . . .

“Leaders who leadershift must be like water. They have to be fluid. Water finds a way, then makes a way." ~ @JohnCMaxwell Plan — Do — Check — Adjust pic.twitter.com/9ptMYdLeb0 — Gene Bulmer (@GeneBulmer) January 18, 2019

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An Assault Upon Self

Our minds/brains often behave like an adolescent monkey, on steroids, with ADHD. 😄 Since a leader cannot rise above his thinking, he must assault his limiting beliefs daily thru reading, listening & associating. So . . .  what’s your plan for … Continue reading

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Their BEST . . . Really?

If you think about it – unless someone is psychotic – they’re most likely doing their best with the list of skills they have along with their mindset, worldview & lens through which they see their lives (victim, follower, producer, … Continue reading

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We Need a Filter

November 26, 2018 | by Tyler Quillet Growing up, I was known to not have much of a filter over my mouth. If it came to mind, it typically came out. Didn’t matter if it was inappropriate, offensive, or hurtful, … Continue reading

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Where’s the Edge?

By Seth Godin The world is not flat. The easiest way to demonstrate that is with a simple question, one that challenges unexamined belief with the need to understand how things work. If it’s flat, there’s an edge. Where is … Continue reading

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