Today’s a good day. Not only did I run the Cowtown 5K without stopping (a notable feat for me), but also this marks the 1-year anniversary of the day I asked Alisha to be my wife. Luckily she said yes … Continue reading The Day I Put A Ring On It
“The things we fear most in organizations — fluctuations, disturbances, imbalances — are the primary sources of creativity.” – Margaret Wheatley I “discovered” Margaret Wheatley last year while in L.A. for a biz conference. You should discover her too. She’s … Continue reading Fear – The Primary Source of Creativity
Probably so. The beloved calorie king is taking a run at the Guinness World Record for most “Likes” to a Facebook post in 24 hours. The Social Media guy in me wishes I had thunk it. My prediction: a World … Continue reading Will 50,000 People Like Oreo Cookies Today?
The influence of your leadership is measured by the value of your voice. How much are your words worth? Three and a half minutes of value from John Maxwell. Continue reading How Much Are Your Words Worth?
Found this blog post on Thoughtpick by Beirut titled, Fun-List: Top 10 Ways in Which Social Media Can Get You Fired! Speaking as someone who wrote and implemented a corporate Social Media Policy, I can confirm that your online conversations are easier to … Continue reading 10 Ways Social Media Can Get You Laid Off
Just read an interesting interview with Avatar writer/director/producer James Cameron on leadership, innovation & passion. I’m often intrigued by individuals who achieve monumental success, not necessarily for what they did, but for how they did it. Here are 4 interesting tidbits … Continue reading Why Blue People Are Better Leaders