Leaders care about where they are going because they have vision.
Slowing down should not lead to giving up.
If you want to be someone who helps others, welcome questions from others, question your long-held opinions. See if they hold up.
If your new hire feels like a cost to the business, you have the wrong person, or you are hiring them to solve the wrong problem.
If you want to lead, you have an obligation to recognize your unconscious competence, document the steps in the skills you take for granted, and teach them to people who you lead.
It’s better to choose what’s valuable, what can help you get to where you want to go and get rid of everything else.
Missing a day is not quitting or failure either. It’s merely a missed day. What matters most is what you do next.
Treating people well and listening will fix most problems. It starts with giving people dignity.
Don’t whine, gossip, or spread negativity. The best to way complain is to do something about it.
Get your to do’s out of your head and onto a blank page where you can see them. Organize your list from most to least important. Delegate what makes sense to delegate. Schedule your to-do’s.