Tag Archives: Skill

On the Power of Small Wins

Legendary coach, John Wooden, wrote: “When you improve a little each day, eventually big things occur…. Don’t look for the quick, big improvement. Seek the small improvement one day at a time. That’s the only way it happens – and when … Continue reading

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Find a Way, Then Never Give Up

Speaking in her December 2013 TED video, Diana Nyad: Never, Ever Give Up, about her historic Cuba-to-Florida Swim, Nyad said that the mantra for her journey was “Find a way.”  The doing of her great accomplishment is found in the skills, talents and … Continue reading

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Your Alphabet… You Make the Words

Seth Godin’s recent blog post, Alphabets, provides a magnificent metaphor about how great leaders utilize their assets.  Gutenberg’s typesetting machine, he writes, used collections of used to compose an infinite number of printed words. How do great leaders maximize use of … Continue reading

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Choosing to Be Formidable

Seth Godin in his recent blog post, Choosing to be Formidable, describes an exciting portrait of great leaders, formidable men and women who create lightning, challenge beliefs, looks for new possibilities and lives with passion – the stuff of greatness. … Continue reading

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Three Minute Leadership: Becoming the Person You Choose to Be

In a recent article, Become the Person You Want to Be, Philip Humbert, author and leadership coach, shares his insights on how to achieve our greatest potential.  He acknowledges that change occurs within us overtime (e.g. skills, perspectives and lifestyle), … Continue reading

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