Posts Tagged ‘life’



Give Your Decisions a Good Jolt!

Recently, I’ve run into a number of companies, nonprofits, and churches who’s leaders have real trouble making good decisions (some have trouble making decisions at all).  Good decisions matter, and here’s a few of the keys to making the kind of decisions that will take your career to the next level: Read the full article »

What Does Success Look Like For You?

When I was a kid in the 60′s, success for my father was a Cadillac.  He was the pastor of a local church in Charlotte, North Carolina, but I’ll never forget his dream of one day owning a “Caddie.”  For my friend’s parents, it might be a golf club membership, summer home, or regular vacations to Florida, but in so many cases, an “object” represented that generation’s “arrival.”  Today, it’s vastly different.  Not only do I have more opportunities than my parents, but I’m far better travelled, and been exposed to so much more.  As a result, “arrival” for me isn’t a thing, it’s a state of mind.  For today’s generation, success is about Read the full article »

What is the Tradeoff for Success in Life?

The highest levels of performance in sports, the workplace, school, or the nonprofit world, never happen without trade-offs and sacrifice.  The extra hour an Olympic athletic spends training is an hour less he or she can spend with their family.  The extra effort it takes to win that major client project means chipping away at your personal life.  For most people, the illusive idea of work/life balance is an illusive ideal, because Read the full article »