Archive | January, 2011

10 Most Popular Posts Of January 2011

January was an amazing month!  Overall readership grew by 96% while subscriptions grew by an incredible 149%.  In addition to the site’s growth, I introduced a forum called The Leadership Tribe which allows leaders to make their voices heard and connect with other leaders to share thoughts, insights, and resources on leadership.  I’m really excited about the potential of […]

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This Poison Is Aggressive, Dangerous, And Highly Infectious

Leadership is influence.  It is about taking individuals and teams to a brighter tomorrow.  There can be something, however, in a leader’s life that harms our influence and makes our life or our tomorrow look very unattractive.  A poison exists that is aggressive and not neutral.  It infects our ability to connect with and influence others.  That poison is Bitterness. This past two weeks, Crawford […]

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What Churches Should Learn From Social Media And The Egyptian Revolution

Savvy leaders have always understood the powerful influence of social media.  Here are some quotes from the last 24 hours with key applications for all leaders, specifically those in the local church. Courtesy of http://news.egypt.com “Twitter was used by people on the ground to relay what was happening,” said Rasha Abdulla, head of the Mass Communication […]

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15 Lessons About The Relationship Between Leadership And Creativity

 People who are the best at what they do can teach us much about how to improve our performance.  They are Apex Leaders who give us insights in what it takes to achieve our maximum potential.  Apex Leaders also give us something very beautiful. Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu was recently profiled in the January 17th edition […]

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Becoming Part Of The Leadership Tribe

I love leaders!  Nothing significant happens in this world apart from leadership.  Leaders dream big, build teams, overcome obstacles, develop their skills, and pay the price necessary for organizations to advance. Here is something very interesting about leaders – they are very homogenous.  They mainly stay in their area of discipline.  That’s understandable – we […]

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Men, Are You Giving Your Wives What They Need?

Men, do you feel you are an effective leader at home?  Are you aware of and meeting your wife’s needs?  Would your list of her needs match up with her’s?  Here’s the important question, how would your wife say you are doing in meeting those needs?   Today I came across a post called The Seven Basic Needs […]

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What Church and Business Leaders Can Learn About Success From The Pittsburgh Steelers

The Pittsburgh Steelers are one of the most successful model franchises there is, regardless of the industry.  With yesterday’s 24-19 AFC Championship win over the New York Jets, the Steelers advanced to their record-tying 8th Super Bowl.  “Build from within, trust tradition – and strike hard.”  Those are the words of Sports Illustrated’s Peter King in the magazine’s January […]

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