When you hear the term leader, most likely an array of adjectives come to mind. Some may include courageous, strong, powerful, assertive and so on.
Rarely would you think of vulnerability as a trait equating with leadership. Those within leadership positions in a company may even believe that displaying signs of vulnerability to your team is a sign of weakness. Read More
If you’ve read The Compound Effect, you know I’m a big fan of the Tortoise and the Hare fable.write essays online
Why? Because the story is a great example of how a success principle, when applied consistently, can lead to real success.
I recently heard a fun adaptation of the story that I think you will enjoy as much as I did. Read More
A young comic asked Jerry Seinfeld if he had any tips for him starting out as a comic.
What he told that young comic would benefit him for a lifetime.
I’ll pass it onto you now, as I know it will benefit you too–for a lifetime.
Seinfeld told the comic that the way to be a better comic was to create better jokes. Read More
If you read this blog I’m going to assume you have already read my book: The Compound Effect: Jumpstart Your Income, Your Business, Your Life.
By the way, the new paperback has been recently released. If you buy a copy you are invited to a private tele-workshop I am doing called: Big MO Bootcamp—Advanced Strategies to Accelerate The Compound Effect. Read More
If you read The Compound Effect (hope so!) you know I am a fan of the story of the tortoise and the hare and the lesson it teaches about how hardworking, consistent and steady-paced people (or reptiles) will eventually overtake the fast, talented, experienced but complacent people (or mammals).
Someone recently shared with me an adaptation of the story that makes a poignant leadership point. Read More