A long time ago I had a conversation with a DM about motivating people. They had this big explanation as to why it was SO important. At the end of the explanation, I aggressively disagreed... I don't motivate. I don't teach others how to motivate. It's not our job, and it's not an effective form of leadership. Let me explain...
The Law of the Lid: Leadership Ability Determines a Person's Level of Effectiveness The Law of the Lid helps others understand the value of leadership. The lower an individuals ability to lead, the lower the lid on his potential. The higher an individuals ability to lead, the higher the lid on his potential. The McDonald Brothers … Continue reading The Law of The Lid | John Maxwell | 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership
John Maxwell is the undoubted leadership expert. His timeless book, “The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership” has sold over 1 million copies! The book's well written stories guide you through the 21 laws and teach you how to apply each to your life. Along the way, there are many memorable quotes! Here I have assembled 19 Impactful 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership quotes.
Jocko Willink is a former United States Navy SEAL commander, and author of Five books: Discipline Equals Freedom: Field Manual....
So a few weekends ago I was hanging out with my dad, and he said to me... “I have so much to do today, I don’t even know where to start." So you know what he did? He ignored it all and went to a garden show with my son and I instead! So did … Continue reading Who’s Your Data? (How to Properly Use Business Metrics)
Motivation is fickle and Inspiration is unreliable and Focus can come and go Being a badass isn't about being more motivated, more inspired, or more focused. That's because a badass already knows that those things can't be relied on. What separates the badass from the rest of the world? ......"JUST GO". That's what. It isn’t … Continue reading Be Badass
To Be a Human Being = Having Problems Something unique about humans is that we have problems. No matter what, we have a struggle to fight against. When things are going great, we find something to call a problem, even manufacturing things to be problems, just so we can have something to battle against. So … Continue reading How To Solve All Your Crummy Little Problems (and Truly Make a Difference)