The most common uncontrollable things that too much time is spent dwelling on are what other people think, say, or do, and a person’s past. When you take a step back and look at your life, how much time would you say that you spend focused on what you cannot control? Many times, the time spent thinking about the uncontrollable far outweighs the controllable. [Read more…] about Only Focus On What You Can Control
One of my favorite articles about the workweek as we know it today can be found here. The five-day workweek was created in 1908. And now in 2017, people’s work weeks range from ten hours per week to over one-hundred hours. But wherever you fall on the spectrum, I think you can agree that individuals must find their most productive hours worked per week and stick to it, rather than comparing their schedules to the schedules of others. [Read more…] about The Workweek As We Know It
Leaders are learners. There is no room in the future for leaders who are not continuous learners.There is no room in the future for leaders who are not continuous learners. Click To Tweet
Reading, studying new information, and reflection are all part of the learning process. Information is readily available to anyone reading this, and access to information is no longer the limiting factor for developing leadership skills.
Great leaders distinguish themselves in the way that they pay attention and apply what they learn. Here’s the formula: [Read more…] about Three Practices to Maximize Learning