Archive | March, 2011

16 Quotes And Leadership Principles From The Greatest Coach In The World

Who is the greatest coach in the world?  Bill Belichick?  Phil Jackson?  Tony La Russa?  Mike Krzyzewski?  No, no, no, and no!  The best coach in the world is Jose Mourinho, head coach of soccer’s Real Madrid.  The March 7th edition of Sports Illustrated profiled “the best coach in any sport, anywhere.” The resume of […]

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5 Reasons People May Be Leaving Your Church

The latest census numbers are out and people are leaving Detroit in alarming numbers.  The USA Today reports that the Detroit population dropped 25% during the last decade to a number of 713,777, their lowest number since 1910. What was interesting to me was why the people were leaving.  These reasons are something that all […]

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What To Know If Your Hard Work And Effort Are Unappreciated

  Are you frustrated currently?  Are you giving everything you’ve got to your family, your career, your craft, or your community and no one seems to appreciate it?  No one seems to care.  We’ve all been there. This week I was reminded of one of life’s great lessons – If you are performing with excellence and […]

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Leadership That Is New But Not Improved

New And Improved!  We all like to buy products that are new and improved.  It tells us that makers of those products care.  They care about the quality of the product and they care about us.  It tells us they have working on making something good even better.  We like things that are new and […]

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6 Reasons Why Women Cheat And How To Hopefully Stop It

Since the beginning of time there has been a cosmic attack on the family, specifically targeted at the wives of husbands who are passive.  Go back to Adam and Eve and simply ask the question, where was Adam while Eve was being tempted? Leadership begins at home.  Recently I posted Why Men Cheat but the problem […]

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24 Quotes And Characteristics Of A Leadership Killer

Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose is the odds-on favorite to win the NBA MVP this year.  He is an Apex Leader, the best in the game.  What makes him so good?  All leaders can learn from two articles that recently profiled the 22-year-old superstar. Sports Illustrated March 7, 2011 Killer Instinct – “The best ones […]

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The Best Advice For Young, Emerging Leaders

Young leaders are always looking to make a difference, to make a mark in the world.  They want to be respected and heard by their peers and the previous generation.  So what is the best way for young leaders to gain influence with older people – Do Your Job! Derrick Rose, point guard for the […]

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