Humble leaders take a different approach. They are not so self-absorbed as to think that they don’t need to listen and be open. Their spirits are not critical because they [...]
March 22 has a special place in my heart because two people, who had great influence on my life, were born today. First, my maternal Grandmother (Nanny or Nan when [...]
I know, I admit it, I’ve drank the Kool-Aid. So, while I try hard not to be prejudice—the fact is, I am an Apple brand lover and so it’s with [...]
None of us will ever reach perfection. We get so caught up in our own or other people’s expectations and we think we have to hit it perfect every time. Truth is, we can’t and we won’t.
What are the qualities of a prideful leader and why, in most cases, are they difficult to follow? I’d like to suggest three pitfalls: A proud leader is self-focused. Writer [...]
Humility requires leaders to shed all their prejudices and biases. Humility requires you as a leader to examine who you are and what you have become. Humility requires a completely [...]
In 1 Samuel 24:1–7, King Saul leads his army on a manhunt for David. Saul’s attention is diverted from his true enemies, the Philistines, and instead he chooses to follow [...]
Development is an attribute of a trustworthy leader. It requires a humble attitude and a long-term commitment to growth and improvement. Benjamin Franklin once said, “You can’t expect an empty [...]
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