Monthly Archives: February 2012

Consider Inviting a Little Linsanity into Your Company and Your Life

You don’t have to be a basketball fan to know about Jeremy Lin or to learn from his story. The fact is every leader can learn important lessons from studying the pattern of his life. Jeremy Lin, a 6’3” guard … Continue reading

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Driving Your Business Forward—by Learning to Shed “The Good Old Days”

Have you ever visited the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan?  It’s really neat.  I recently read an article, “Driving America,” explaining that not only is the museum displaying selected cars – starting with an 1895 Roper Steam Carriage, but … Continue reading

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Tired of Mundane Mondays? Look Over the Rainbow…

Several days ago I was listening to Israel Kamakawiwo’ole sing his rendition of “Over the Rainbow” (often called “Somewhere Over the Rainbow”).  This led me on a brief journey of memory and a teaching I derived from it.  I knew … Continue reading

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Super Bowl XLVI – One Play at a Time to Win

While it is almost impossible for the Super Bowl game to rise to the dramatic expectations stoked by the media and advertisers, what occurs on the field always provides teachings applicable to our business and personal lives.  First, the team … Continue reading

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