Leadership

How I Created The Perfect Business & Family Recipe For Success

Post written by Peter G. James Sinclair. I can never wipe the image from my mind of my 2, 5, and 8-year-old children walking the streets with their mother and I, with a handful of pink advertising cards, for our brand new business venture. With their little hands they deposited these cards into mailboxes in […]

I Didn’t Know Squat About How To Be A Successful Parent

Post written by Peter G. James Sinclair. Being the parent of what I would call two perfect children, I thought I had parenting down to a fine art. In my view, I was an expert and could advise all parents of exactly what they should and should not do. Then number three arrived. Wrecked all […]

10 Important Things That Help You Accomplish More At Work

Post written by Cindy Bates. Do you struggle to accomplish more at work? At one point or another, everybody experiences the struggle of accomplishing something. Here are 10 things that will help you accomplish more at work. 1. Remember Your Goal If you want to learn how to be productive at work, you must stay […]

The Two Essential Qualities Of A Great Leader

Post written by Peter G. James Sinclair. What are the two you ask? Good moral character and humility. So let’s dig deeper to discover more about these essential qualities. Character is the inherent complex of attributes that determines a person’s moral and ethical actions and reactions. It also speaks of moral rectitude. And rectitude is […]

The Defining Qualities Of A Decision Maker

Post written by Peter G. James Sinclair. ‘It were better that in Causes of weight, the Matter were propounded one day, and not spoken to, till the next day.’ Sir Francis Bacon Recently, because of the actions of another I was devastated. My first reaction was – to react. But fortunately I was reminded of the […]

3 Momentous Lessons Forged In The Fire Of Crisis

Post written by Sandy Shugart. “Think back. Think back.” These were the words wise old Merlin offered to Arthur at the moment of his greatest defeat and dismay. His new order of chivalry in disarray, the round table broken, Camelot and all it had stood for in doubt, Arthur finds himself encamped before the castle […]

How Transformational Leaders Bring Coherence to the Social Change Agenda

Post written by Gary Stokes. We all want social change, but I don’t often see leaders making a social change agenda coherent.  To be coherent, a social change agenda has to be clear to a large number of people who know what the case for change is, know what the preferred future is, know what […]

The Exhilarating Power Of Standing Up & Being Counted

Post written by Peter G. James Sinclair. “If you stand up and be counted, from time to time you may get yourself knocked down. But remember this: A man flattened by an opponent can get up again. A man flattened by conformity stays down for good.”―  Thomas J. Watson Jr. Some time ago I received […]

Don’t Want To Be Misunderstood? Don’t Be Great

Post written by Peter G. James Sinclair. ‘To be great is to be misunderstood.’ – Ralph Waldo Emerson. No matter what you do in life, you will not always be able to please everybody. If you speak to an audience of one hundred people, apparently three of the hundred will not like you. But do […]

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