Years ago, I had the opportunity to get to know an incredible man, Dale Brown, the legendary head basketball coach of the LSU Tigers. To say this man impacted my life would be an understatement of the highest degree. If you ever doubt his impact on people, just Google search his story and read comments from his former players, especially Shaquille O'Neal.
Have you ever had one of those "aha" moments in your life where clarity was immediate? I have had many moments like this over the last three decades as an entrepreneur, teacher, and parent. I wanted to share a personal experience with you that deeply influenced the content of my soon to be released book, It All Matters.
How do you view and react to adversity in your life? In Part 1 of our series on Overcoming Adversity, we discussed the importance of responding to adversity instead of reacting to it and provided a mental checklist for leaders to keep adversity in check. In part 2, it is now critical to discuss the importance of time and distance and the ripple effect.
Have you ever found yourself at a moment in time when you were asking yourself a series of soul-searching questions? Thought provoking questions work their way into your thinking because in the deep recesses of your mind, you know something is missing. I have been in that position before, many times. When you find yourself in that state...
Have you ever experienced one of those days, weeks, months or even a year when you weren't actually excited about your career, or even your life?