Teams Always Beat Superstars

We live in a culture that values superstars. While a superstar may sell jerseys, it is teamwork that wins championships. This was proven once again tonight when the San Antonio Spurs defeated the Miami Heat in five games. Many would argue that Lebron James is the best basketball player in the game today, yet there’s … Continue reading Teams Always Beat Superstars

Confidence vs. Arrogance

There is an infinitely fine line between having confidence and begin arrogant. I think many leaders struggle with knowing the difference between the two. As a matter of fact, I posted an article yesterday from my friend Brian Dodd titled, “9 Things Every Young Leader Must Have To Be Successful”. It is based on an … Continue reading Confidence vs. Arrogance

Attitude Makes All The Difference

Denis Waitley says, "The winner's edge is not in a gifted birth, in a high IQ, or in talent. The winner's edge is in the attitude, not aptitude." Talent alone is not enough to sustain effective leadership. It’s your attitude that makes the difference. Our attitudes often determine whether we fail or succeed. Leaders with … Continue reading Attitude Makes All The Difference

Leadership in 140 Characters

Here are the top 10 most clicked and re-tweeted leadership post from my twitter feed this week. The majority of this week’s top posts are focused on organizational leadership. Enjoy! 6 Habits of Resilient People by Gwen Moran What To Do When People Want A Church To Grow...But Not Change by Carey Nieuwhof 12 Signs … Continue reading Leadership in 140 Characters

Being Before Doing

All leaders want to produce results. They want to achieve their goals and take their organization to the next level. But great leaders don’t think of leadership in terms of doing alone. They know that it’s so much more than that. Leadership is not just something you do; it’s something you are. As leaders, our … Continue reading Being Before Doing