Dad | The Prizefighter & The Preacher

I’ve written several columns about Mom, but what about Dad? Dads never get any credit, yet they offer unique insights into the world and how we should live.
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People Pleasers. Pay Attention.

Is this you? Perhaps it’s all of us at one point or another, but it’s not on the path to the success we’d like to achieve. It can also be…
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It’s Not Easy to Count What Matters

Keep this quote top of mind as you evaluate talent and set benchmarks for your individual and organizational success. Don’t make the mistake of defaulting to the easily measurable variables.
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Remembering Our Fallen Heroes ….

Not for Fame or Reward Not for Place or for Rank Not Lured by Ambition Not Goaded by Necessity But in Simple Obedience to Duty As They Understood It These…
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Battle Stations: 4 Reasons You Must Do the Hated Planning

I’m pretty sure most of us missed the Crusades … and know very little of medieval warfare.While battle strategy in that era appears to be random and haphazard, certainly in most movies depicting…
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You Know Hope Isn’t a Strategy, Don’t You? Right? Hello?

How’s that strategy execution coming along? I ’ll bet things are starting to drag about now, aren’t they? The pandemic is winding down and summer’s just around the corner. Maybe…
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Should Pleading Guilty Excuse the Violation?

For most of our life, we’ve heard, “Don’t be a snitch”. In most of the movies we’ve seen, the “snitchers’ don’t fare so well when their comrades discover their double-dealing….
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Why a Code of Conduct Strengthens Your Organization

Have you established a written Code of Conduct in your organization? O ur prescriptions for acceptable behavior are too vague. Get started now to spell it out more clearly to…
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Kick the Certified Jerks to the Curb

If you want to poison the well where you work, allow a Certified Jerk to roam free. M ollycoddling is a pernicious and infectious organism you need to expel from…
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About Me

I am a professional author and speaker as well as a leadership coach facilitating leadership groups among CEOs and senior business leaders in the SF Bay area.

I am the author or more than 125+ newspaper columns published by the SF Bay affiliate of the NY Times among the 550+ articles here. I have also written 3 ebooks about Leadership & Business Finance.


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Dad | The Prizefighter & The Preacher

I’ve written several columns about Mom, but what about Dad? Dads never get any credit, yet they offer unique insights into the world and how we should live.
Read More

People Pleasers. Pay Attention.

Is this you? Perhaps it’s all of us at one point or another, but it’s not on the path to the success we’d like to achieve. It can also be…
Read More

It’s Not Easy to Count What Matters

Keep this quote top of mind as you evaluate talent and set benchmarks for your individual and organizational success. Don’t make the mistake of defaulting to the easily measurable variables.
Read More

Remembering Our Fallen Heroes ….

Not for Fame or Reward Not for Place or for Rank Not Lured by Ambition Not Goaded by Necessity But in Simple Obedience to Duty As They Understood It These…
Read More

Battle Stations: 4 Reasons You Must Do the Hated Planning

I’m pretty sure most of us missed the Crusades … and know very little of medieval warfare.While battle strategy in that era appears to be random and haphazard, certainly in most movies depicting…
Read More

You Know Hope Isn’t a Strategy, Don’t You? Right? Hello?

How’s that strategy execution coming along? I ’ll bet things are starting to drag about now, aren’t they? The pandemic is winding down and summer’s just around the corner. Maybe…
Read More

Should Pleading Guilty Excuse the Violation?

For most of our life, we’ve heard, “Don’t be a snitch”. In most of the movies we’ve seen, the “snitchers’ don’t fare so well when their comrades discover their double-dealing….
Read More

Why a Code of Conduct Strengthens Your Organization

Have you established a written Code of Conduct in your organization? O ur prescriptions for acceptable behavior are too vague. Get started now to spell it out more clearly to…
Read More

Kick the Certified Jerks to the Curb

If you want to poison the well where you work, allow a Certified Jerk to roam free. M ollycoddling is a pernicious and infectious organism you need to expel from…
Read More
1 2 3 4 5 96

About Me

I am a professional author and speaker as well as a leadership coach facilitating leadership groups among CEOs and senior business leaders in the SF Bay area.

I am the author or more than 125+ newspaper columns published by the SF Bay affiliate of the NY Times among the 550+ articles here. I have also written 3 ebooks about Leadership & Business Finance.


Read more ….

Testimonials

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