“Anyone who has ever tasted the ‘good life’ of power, fame and materialism will always be tempted to justify themselves.” Dr John Ng Unleashing the Greatness in You: The Power of Self-Leadership I am fascinated with the phenomenon of self-deception — how people can fool themselves into thinking they can get away with […]
Loving what we do is the radical call to savor joy in small things everyday. When we do small things with great love, we spread contagious joy everywhere.
Focus, determination and confidence are all traits to be admired as strengths. Yet I also believe they could be the reasons for a person’s downfall.
Some practical help for busy leaders to maintain a healthy devotional life on the go.
The journey into a profound spirituality for me began when I finally said, “I quit.” Refusing to continue pretending everything was “fine,” I told my husband, Pete, I was quitting the church – and he was the pastor! The powerful journey we took together – to “quit” the things that really do not belong to […]
Leadership Is Hard Leadership is one of the hardest things to do. It is a multi-dimensional function. You see, when most people think of leadership, they often think of downward leadership (leading subordinates for whom they are responsible). This is sometimes difficult for a complexity of reasons. Yet that is not the whole terrain of […]
“Exceptional leaders distinguish themselves because of superior self-leadership.” – Daniel Goleman GREAT leadership is a cultivated art. It begins with self- leadership. Because at the center of leadership is the person who, more than anything else makes the difference. Leadership success or failure begins with how the leader approaches self-leadership. Bill Hybels, a noted leader of one […]
Making A Difference (M.A.D) means looking outside yourself and stepping out of your comfort zone to benefit others. In doing so, we are also helping ourselves! Find out why.
In Applied Materials, a failure isn’t labeled as a stigma. Instead, failure is viewed as an opportunity to learn and improve oneself. This difference in perception, coupled with the ability to mitigate risk, leads to an environment that encourages innovation.