Tag: Leading Yourself

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The Power of a Pocket Notebook

The Power of a Pocket Notebook

Mark Miller’s desire to encourage and equip leaders has taken him around the globe. His writing has reached around the world as well. Today's post is just a glimpse of all the wisdom he has to offer on the topic of developing and nurturing great leaders! I think I know something about you. This may seem [...]

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The Key to Being Resilient

The Key to Being Resilient

To understand what it really means to be resilient, it is helpful to consider resiliency juxtaposed with what it is not. Resiliency is being flexible vs. rigid, changeable vs. fixed, and malleable vs. hard. In a NY Times article titled Making Modern Toughness, David Brooks shares this observation about resiliency: The people we admire for [...]

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Are You Playing Big?

Are You Playing Big?

A friend recently commented on how my daughter seems so much bigger on the field these days. Now she is 5'3" and weighs 105 lbs, and has only grown an inch since he last saw her play, so this is clearly a perception and not reality! There is, however, no doubt that she has grown [...]

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7 Steps to Break the Cycle of Inaction

7 Steps to Breaking the Cycle of Inaction

Perhaps you even wrote it down while sincerely thinking to yourself, "I am going to do this." It may have been sparked while you were in a meeting, attending a seminar, reading a book or article, or during great conversation with a colleague or coach. At the time you were excited by having had one [...]

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