The most powerful opening lines are never questions but statements that trigger more questions.
Our problems are internal, not external, and it is there, in our own consciousness, that the solutions must be found. — Dee Hock, Autobiography of a Restless Mind You are the problem This article was inspired by a talk with Phil Libin, CEO at mmhmm, on The State of Truth and
The inner leader poll results Several weeks ago, I conducted a poll on the inner leader journey. I wondered how many subscribers and readers were on an inner leader journey. Frankly, I don't hear that many people talk about the inner leader journey. It still seems to be a relatively
In this guest post by John Ryskowski, John shares a meaningful poem from a young poet.
In a deep sense, your capacity as a leader comes from a choice to allow life to unfold through you.
Once you see the boundaries of your environment, they are no longer the boundaries of your environment.
If you want to talk to somebody, talk in such a way that your statement provokes contemplation instead of an argument.
When we listen to the space between the words, we open up a connection to a deeper dimension.
When we let go of certainty, new and profound answers can arrive quite unexpectedly.
Sometimes a good part of leadership is knowing when to do nothing.