21 Quotes That (If Applied) Change You Into a Better Person

Ryan Holiday Bestselling author of ‘Conspiracy,’ ‘Ego is the Enemy’ & ‘The Obstacle Is The Way’ As long as man has been alive, he has been collecting little sayings about how to live. We find them carved in the rock of the Temple of Apollo and etched as graffiti on the walls of Pompeii. They … Continue reading

The Most Important Skill for Great Leaders? Trustworthiness.

The Most Important Skill for Great Leaders? Trustworthiness. by Heidi Grant Halvorson What makes a great leader? You are probably thinking it’s something buzzword-worthy like confidence.  Or maybe vision.  Or emotional intelligence—you hear about that one all the time.  For sure, those are all good qualities for a leader to have, but the answer is … Continue reading

The Counterintuitive Art of Leading by Letting Go

The Counterintuitive Art of Leading by Letting Go One of the fundamental inconsistencies we see in workplaces today is the gap between leaders’ desire for “empowered and engaged” employees and what actually ends up happening during the personal interactions of leaders with employees. Often, these actions inadvertently have the effect of reducing the employee’s drive … Continue reading

Six People You Need On Your Dream Team

Written by Patti Johnson We can’t do it alone either. Whether you are building a business or trying to move up to the next role, you need a team of advisors around you to help you get better, grow and reach your goals. Stop and think about where you get your advice today on your … Continue reading

Beyond Cooperation by John Maxwell

When a group of soldiers found themselves locked away in a German prison camp during World War II, they easily could have waited out the end of the war there. Or, they might have made a few small attempts to free one or two people. At one such camp, however, the goals were much bigger. … Continue reading