Training vs Trying

Stop trying to lead. Trying means there's an out. A failure route. An excuse. Rather you should be training to lead. The only failure of training is NOT DOING IT. When you're training,


Consistency not luck is the differentiator. Successful leader do consistently what other leaders do occasionally. — Craig Groschel, Leadership Podcast While I don't believe that Craig would dismiss the role that luck can often

Pointing Fingers and Slow Death

We are currently going through the book, Deep Change by Robert E. Quinn. Fantastic book and chapter 2 is "Experiencing Slow Death". A couple things that jumped out at me were the statements,

Two Parts of Change

There are two parts to a change, the change itself which almost always effects fear in the impacted. The other part is the reason for the change; that piece, when present, is where