Earlier, we discussed why having a leadership philosophy is essential. The importance is based on Character, Consistency, and Collaboration. Understanding the value may be the easy part. The challenge is in taking the time to…Read More
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Philosophy and leadership may seem like an odd combination. However, without a sound philosophy, leadership can be easily distracted. Leadership and philosophy go hand-in-glove, fitting perfectly together to strengthen your capabilities for the long term….Read More
Much has been written about the importance of a life plan. Even more has been written and promoted about steps to develop one. All of this is positive, but is it the right approach? Life…Read More
You know the expression. You see their brows furrow as their face cringes in utter confusion. You see their eyes brighten as their face opens in complete wonder. You look in the mirror, and you…Read More
I sometimes wonder if Thin Difference makes any sense at all. For some, it may sound negative, like people don’t make much of a difference. For others, it may sound more philosophical than practical. When…Read More
You can look at life just about anyway you want to and, for the most part, it is your choice on how to approach your life. One way I like to look at things is…Read More
Last summer, my nephew stopped through as he was returning from an interview for medical school. We were discussing his interviews, and he told me about a question one of the doctors asked. The interview…Read More
Reverb was a wonderful project during the month of December. It made you think and write, and those thoughts reverberate through the first days of the new year. Dandelion fluff blows through the wind, landing where it might. There is hope in that image.
After a football game, there is inevitably a comment from coaches and players about watching the game film or the tape. It takes discipline to do this, and it is done to determine ways to get better. Maybe, we can take another life lesson from sports.
Collegiate sports have walk-on players. When they succeed, we love their story of grit and ability. We enjoy it so much that there is now a trophy for it in football – the Burlsworth Trophy. We live in a walk-on world, and we need to embrace it.