The questions you consistently ask reflect your values and mental habits. Noticing what they tend to focus on helps you create the impacts that mean the most to you.
Brief, intermittent notes on mindsets and skill sets that help you become a more innovative and effective leader. Written to be easy to absorb and apply.
Negativity is like secondhand smoke: not only is it an unhealthy personal habit, it hurts others exposed to it. So how can you make valid complaints more catalytic than caustic?
Innovation experts encourage learning from mistakes as a catalyst for creative discoveries. But, practically speaking, how can you make them more helpful than harmful?