Author Archives: Mike Reuter

There Is Always More Than One Answer

Raymond Feist writes, “Never accept the proposition that just because a solution satisfies a problem, that it must be the only solution.” A one-only solution mindset is limiting to the great leader’s choices and selections. Challenges and opportunities can be … Continue reading

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Great Leaders SEE Things Differently

In his recent blog post, Leaders SEE things DIFFERENTLY, Ryan Walter, former professional ice hockey center, Stanley Cup winner, motivational speaker and author, writes of the power and magic of SEEing in the lives of great leaders. He begins with … Continue reading

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On the Power and Magic of Being Vulnerable

Leo Christopher tells great leaders: “Vulnerability is the essence of connection, and connection is the essence of existence.” In his recent podcast interview on Player Networking Event (PNE), Quentin (Q) Williams speaks about the power of vulnerability, a  magical and … Continue reading

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On the Value and Joy of Challenging Yourself

In his recent blog, Challenge Yourself, John Maxwell suggests to great leaders that they go beyond the daily challenges they receive from others and challenge themselves. He says: “You know your strengths. You know your dreams. You know your heart. … Continue reading

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On Finding Your Ray of Sunlight

In her book, Business Devotional, Lillian Martin speaks to great leaders about those times in their lives when life’s events seem to conspire against them to bring them down. In those moments, their minds may even doubt about finding a … Continue reading

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Belief’s Magical Key to Your Greatest Potential

“What potential is lying dormant in you that could be released if you chose to believe in yourself and your abilities?” asks Jack Canfield in his book, The Success Principles. Believing in yourself is the magical key you hold to … Continue reading

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On Good, Better, Best… the Great Leader’s Unending Journey to Greatness

Good, better, best – beautiful stepping stones in the great leader’s continuing growth and development. Each step is both a beginning and ending point, a movement from the ‘as is’ to the ‘what can be’. The ‘best’, itself, is not … Continue reading

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Living Life as a Gift

“Focus on ‘Get to’ vs ‘Have to.’ Each day, focus on what you get to do, not what you have to do. Life is a gift, not an obligation,” writes Jon Gordon in his weekly article, 21 Tips for a … Continue reading

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The Magnificence of Leadershifts

A part of the excitement and joy in the daily life of great leaders is their continuing drive to go beyond the familiarity, peace and quiet of their comfort zone to stretch themselves to find something more – to do … Continue reading

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Reflecting Back and Living Forward

These were the promises and excitement that filled the hearts and souls of great leaders as 2020 began: another year of exciting growth, magnificent achievements and the realization of their dreams and purpose’s purpose.  The great leaders pause now to … Continue reading

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