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5 Characteristics of Weak Leaders

(And How Not to Be One). General McClellan had significant character flaws that I believe serve as a warning signs to anyone in leadership. Ultimately, these cost him dearly: He lost Lincoln’s confidence, his job, and a run for the White House (against Lincoln). Worse, they prolonged the Civil War and cost the lives of tens of thousands of soldiers on both sides of the conflict.

Season 7, Episode 11: 5 Ways to Build Trust with Your Tribe [Podcast]

How to Quickly Gain Rapport. Welcome to Season 7, Episode 11 of the This Is Your Life podcast. In this episode, Michele Cushatt and I discuss the importance of building trust with those you serve. If you’re going to develop your leadership, you have to get people to buy into you before they buy into your message. You have to show […]

Where Are You in Building Online Influence?

Take My Free 8-Minute Platform GPS Assessment and Find Out. If you’ve got a nine-to-five, work in consulting, or travel as a speaker, you already know this: To make more money or have more impact, you’ve got to work more hours. But trading time for dollars doesn’t scale. Show More Summary

Why Not Architect Your Own Life?

Design the Life You Want by Aligning Your Vision, Priorities, and Actions. We usually take our workplaces for granted, don’t we? But skyscrapers are colossal achievements. Architects must design them with variables like winds, earthquakes, communication, traffic, and the surrounding environment in mind. Show More Summary

The Four Disciplines of the Heart

How to Fight Back When You Feel Discouraged. Life is hard. It's easy to lose heart. That's why it is essential that we cultivate the disciplines of the heart, so we have the resources to face life's challenges.

Season 7, Episode 10: How To Frustrate Those You Lead [Podcast]

13 Mistakes Every Leader Should Avoid. Welcome to Season 7, Episode 10 of the This Is Your Life podcast. In this episode, Michele Cushatt and I discuss some of the most annoying mistakes made by leaders today. If I asked you to think of someone who does a poor job as a leader, most of you could come up with somebody fairly […]

The Big 5 Financial Reports Every Leader Needs

All You Need to See Through the Fog and Reach Your Destination. As leaders, we’re often forced to pilot despite low visibility. But when it comes to finances, nothing is more dangerous than flying blind. I can’t tell you how many accountants and bookkeepers I’ve interviewed who thought quarterly statements were enough to run a business. Show More Summary

One Major Missing Ingredient in Leadership Today

Perry Noble’s New Book Can Change the Way We Lead for Good. Books sometime come at a pitch-perfect moment. I think that’s true for Perry Noble’s newest, The Most Excellent Way to Lead: Discover the Heart of Great Leadership. Whether we’re talking about business or politics, we’re surrounded by terrible examples of leadership right now. Show More Summary

3 Ways Disrespect Poisons the Presidential Race

We Deserve Better from Our Potential Leaders. If there’s one thing that stands out in the ongoing presidential election, it’s the sheer nastiness. As a leader, I wouldn’t hire any of the present candidates for my business. I wouldn’t want to work for any of them either. My rejection comes down to one of the flashing neon features of this election: disrespect. […]

How to Develop Confidence as a Leader

3 Truths You Can Use to Kick Fear to the Curb. As people, we sometimes find ourselves in situations that leave us feeling uncomfortable and uneasy. As leaders, that’s pretty much a constant. You know what I’m talking about. It could be something positive—maybe speaking to a large crowd, launching a new product, or re-upping an important client. Show More Summary

3 Questions That Will Change Your Life [Free Webinar]

How to Stop Drifting and Unlock the Life of Your Dreams. Life can be crazy complicated. With all the distractions and variables, we need a way to focus on what truly matters. I’m hosting a free new webinar next week that will teach you how. Show More Summary

Navigating Life in a Sea of Uncertainty

How to Steer with Confidence Through the Chaos. The current presidential election has put millions of Americans in a panic. I get it. No matter who you’re voting for, there’s a lot of troubling news. And that’s just the election. Throw economic and international instability into the mix, and sometimes it can feel like we’re being swept along in a powerful current, headed […]

4 Reasons Your Leadership Suffers When You Cheat Sleep

Here’s What Your Late Nights are Really Costing You. If you’re an entrepreneur, corporate boss, or ministry leader, chances are good you’re not getting enough sleep. In fact, I’d bet money on it. The national average is short of seven hours a night. And that number, already below the recommended eight, is probably overstated. Why do I think that? Click here for more. Or, […]

What You Can’t Afford to Miss When You Make a New Hire

3 Criteria to Ensure You Get the Best Fit for Your Team. It’s popular to say the customer is always right. It’s also not true. Whether you run a business, nonprofit, or ministry, your team comes first. Get the right team, and you’re off to the races. Show More Summary

Why Speaking Well of Your Spouse Is So Important

5 Reasons You Should Get in the Affirmation Business Today. As a leader, the health of your marriage directly affects the impact of your leadership. I have witnessed this time and time again. Being effective at work or in ministry begins by being effective at home. Here’s why.

Set Your Life on a New Trajectory

My New Book, Living Forward, Shows You How to Get the Life You Want.. My friend Daniel Harkavy and I are pumped about our new book, Living Forward! It hits shelves in March, but we couldn’t wait to tell you all about it. To get a taste of what’s in store before it hits the stores, check out this video. We’ve seen this process work countless times. If you’re […]

Why It Never Helps to Pass the Buck

6 Battle-Tested Leadership Lessons from the Navy SEALs. I once had a boss who with the reputation of being very harsh. He could be hard on people. But that wasn’t my experience. Why? I knew the secret. My boss was definitely tough. On a few different occasions I saw him chew a person’s face off. But here’s why: He hated it when someone […]

Here’s How to Get a Free Copy of My New Book

Join the 'Living Forward' Book Launch Team and Help Spread the Word. It’s a little hard to believe, but my new book, Living Forward: A Proven Plan to Stop Drifting and Get the Life You Want, is almost here. I wrote it with my friend Daniel Harkavy to help people get from where they are now to where they really want to be—in every area of life. […]

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