Start Your Week – 10/14/19

START YOUR WEEK WITH THE COACH “Courage and perseverance, the antidote for mediocrity.” The name Helen Keller is synonymous with courage by overcoming great adversity. She was the first deaf and blind person to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree when graduating from... read more

Start Your Week – 10/06/19

START YOUR WEEK WITH THE COACH “Don’t take it personally, even if they meant it personally.” Someone once said, “If they don’t know you personally, don’t take what they say personally.” Nothing others say or do is because of you. What they say and do is a projection... read more

Start Your Week – 09/30/19

START YOUR WEEK WITH THE COACH “Attracting, selecting, developing and retaining key team members.” You can enter the Kentucky Derby with any old horse. But if you want to win, you better find a thoroughbred. Only the best organizations align their assets,... read more

Start Your Week – 09/23/19

START YOUR WEEK WITH THE COACH ”Revolutionary Leadership.” Joe Louis Clark is best known for his revolutionary leadership as the principal of Eastside High School in Paterson, NJ, one of the toughest inner city schools in America during the 80s. He is also the... read more

Start Your Week – 09/16/19

START YOUR WEEK WITH THE COACH “Why great leaders attract passionate followers.” After studying the world’s most admired leaders, Gallup Polls asked more than 10,000 followers around the world why they followed the most influential leaders in their life. Three key... read more

Start Your Week – 09/09/19

START YOUR WEEK WITH THE COACH “The Successful Failure” The 1970 NASA space mission known as Apollo 13 never reached the moon as planned. On the third day of their mission, an oxygen tank exploded doing extensive damage to the ship’s fuel cells... read more

Start Your Week – 09/02/19

“If the horse is dead, dismount.” What got you where you are will not get you where you need to be as a leader. Leadership is about change. Envision where you want to be in five years and devise a plan to get there. Remember, accurate, adequate and shared information... read more

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