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I hate the way Layman and Kanigan rattle my comfortable cage of denial ...
Those who can’t fall short can’t move forward. The pursuit of excellence requires imperfection. Steps toward excellence are always inadequate.
The nature of moving forward is you’re always falling short.
Excellence is achieved as the result of a long series of imperfect improvements. The ability to accept the inadequate, at least temporarily, is essential in the pursuit of excellence.
This is one of my favorite leadership blogs ... Dan just seldom fails to deliver thoughtful and useful advice, phrased in easily understood language ...
Carol Dougherty gives us a very good list of actions to help us move on and forgive. This is useful for everyone in all types of situations.
Via Anonymous, who just gets smarter every time I stumble across one of their sayings …
The Business Insider recently posted about “The One Interview Question That Reveals How Candidates See Themselves.“
No, it was NOT “Where do you see yourself in five years?” …
The challenge they posed is to describe yourself in one word …
One word that sums up “You”, in all your complexity …
One word that describes the most important attribute of how you view yourself …
One word, upon which the success of your interview and indeed your very life, might well hang …
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By: Jenni Taylor
It was my first Christmas away from my family. I was used to White Christmases, or at least cold ones, coating the windows with frost on the south side of Chicago. Now, I was in the depths of the jungle in a tiny city of Peru.
I was visiting my friend, Deysi, for our usual lunch together.
I follow some blogs because they make me laugh. I follow others because they share information about human behavior or leadership. I follow a few because they speak to my soul ... here's another thoughtful post from Searching Sophia's Pocket.
This week L2L is bringing you a recap of the Top 10 most popular blog posts over the last year. Enjoy Top #8 and 7!
#8 | 5 Questions To Become a Better Leader | by Georgina Stamp
Leading a group of people is not an easy endeavor. There are so many responsibilities, duties, and things to remember. And once you have considered all of these things, you then have to take your employees into account.
A "ton" of good leadership thinking here ... enjoy the look at the year past.