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One of the most important traits required to being a successful and transformational leader is often the least discussed. That’s having an attitude of gratitude.
Everybody knew being an entrepreneur wasn’t going to be easy…but who knew it would be this tough? We love what we do, so why is it so stressful?
Here is the truth when it comes to being an entrepreneur or an organizational founder. Capital matters. But there is something that matters even more. Yes...if you've got the money to invest in your dreams...you'll have a shorter path and easier ride to where you're...
Most entrepreneurs are NOT free. Many of them have constructed an elaborate prison of their own making. Sadly, in many cases, this prison of their business is not only for them, but for their family as well. You can see this written on the faces of so many...
As business owners, entrepreneurs, inventors and wild-eyed dreamers…we are part of the creative energy of change. This change comes from the power of belief.
As leaders, it’s important we spend a lot of time in front of the mirror. Not to improve our good looks, but rather to make us stronger leaders.
As leaders…we are not in control. It’s sad. It can be difficult to deal with this truth. But…as leaders we are not in control.
In the pursuit of a vision, leaders will always have to face obstacles along the trail to success. Perhaps none greater is having to work with difficult people.
Leaders are wild horses by nature. We want to roam the open ranges. Any talk about rules or exercising restraint are conversations we don’t really enjoy having.
My boss is a jerk. These are words that most of us have uttered at least a few times throughout our lifetime.
Somebody has to be the adult around here. So why does it always have to be you? Because you’re the leader.
There exists a species of followers that flat out aren’t good at following. And, they aren’t good at following because they aren’t interested in following you.
No one wants to follow a weak leader…or even a strong leader who is experiencing an off day. And if you’re weak, you will take your entire team down with you.
Entrepreneurs face many challenges. Yet, probably the most prevalent issue for organizational leaders is this: Fixing The Money Problem. How do you best do that?
The mature entrepreneur knows the tremendous value in being prepared, having your team ready and delivering what you promised on time and beyond expectations.
With politics…you only need 51% of your constituents to like you. Yet, in the business world, it’s difficult leading when you’ve got only a little support.
In this, the 100th episode of the Two Are Gathered Leadership Podcast, a topic is covered that is worthy of such a significant milestone in the journey.
It’s been said that speaking is the highest paid profession in business. But, this isn’t necessarily true. The skill of listening is even more valuable.
If you’re going to be a leader or business owner for any length of time, the reality is you are going to spend a lot of time at the Leadership Heartbreak Hotel.
Leadership is about motivation, perseverance and rising above the challenge. And then, there are those days…when you just don’t feel like doing anything.
We all have those people in life, those true leaders, who when we have an important decision to make…we will go to them. They are our trusted advisor.
As a leader, all of the world is a stage. You’re the lead player, and more than anyone in your organization, you are in the spotlight, for better and for worse.
There are times on the leadership high wire when it feels like you’re walking between skyscrapers, your knees are wobbly and the winds are howling around you.
Business leaders are often faced with a challenging decision when it comes to the crossroads of uncertainty: should I hit the brakes, or should I accelerate? We've all been in that situation on the road. We're driving along at a nice, even pace. In the distance,...
Leaders, have you ever felt this way: Your mind is spinning, your blood pressure is rising, the problems are many, and the solutions are few?
How do you deconstruct the elements of success in business? One way to break it down, is saying that success comes from a series of many, many right decisions.
There comes a time in the leadership journey when you hit a briar patch, a thorny place where the tires get stuck in the mud and the battery is not starting.
It’s difficult to find a leadership book in any bookstore, business library or executive bookshelf on the planet, that doesn’t talk about the importance of focus.
Has the weather turned on you and your business suddenly? Are the waves starting to crash against the sides of your once comfortably traveling ship?
There comes a time in the life of any leader of significance where they will face the toughest of decisions in the most challenging situation.