Tag Archives: Self-Leadership

Don’t Feed The Birds

Don’t Feed The Birds

Posted on 20. Apr, 2012 by .

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Tweet As a kid I remember being pestered by aggressive seagulls at the beach. I thought if I threw them a few hot chips they’d be appeased and go away. How wrong I was. Suddenly there were more, and bolder still, with endless appetites! The Mayor of London recently reduced soaring pigeon numbers simply by […]

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7 Tools I Use For Social Media, Blogging & Productivity

Posted on 28. Feb, 2012 by .

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Tweet Sendpepper // 123rf // Hootsuite // Buffer // WordPress // Action Method // Woothemes People often ask me what tools I like to use as a leadership blogger, a non-profit entrepreneur and professional speaker. I need to deliver my creative best in the most efficient and leveraged way I can. Never ones to be […]

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Armchair Critics

Posted on 30. Nov, 2011 by .

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Tweet Through the years of leading people experience has taught me that there will always be armchair critics, the only question is how I will respond to them. While I welcome constructive feedback and critical thinking from those who share my values, I have no time at all for the armchair critic. Armchair critics are […]

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Three Potent Words

Three Potent Words

Posted on 02. Aug, 2011 by .

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Tweet Three words in Rudy Giuliani’s book titled “Leadership” had a lasting impact on my life. In it he explained the essence of his philosophy on leadership as he reflected on leading New York City as its Mayor through both triumph and tragedy, including the attacks on the World Trade Center. On his desk throughout […]

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The L-Myth

The L-Myth

Posted on 10. Mar, 2011 by .

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Tweet In his bestselling book “The E-Myth” Michael Gerber attacks some common misconceptions around what it means to be an entrepreneur. He debunks why people become entrepreneurs, what a business really is, and helps explain why so many people struggle with their small business that was supposed to give them “freedom”. I believe there’s an […]

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Leadership Dashboard

Leadership Dashboard

Posted on 27. Jan, 2011 by .

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Tweet When you’re learning to drive a car the dashboard can seem so complicated. I remember how scary it felt to drag my eyes away from the road for a fleeting moment to glance down at the dashboard. For fear of speeding fines I would try to remember to check my speed occasionally, but that […]

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On Being A Champion

On Being A Champion

Posted on 16. Dec, 2010 by .

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Tweet “Champion” is a noun, but it’s also a verb. I believe a leader’s ambition should be both: to be a champion, but also to champion others. There’s something unattractive about the person who is great at what they do, but lets it go to their head. They forget that true success is not measured […]

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