Tag Archives: GOOD Magazine

Top Leadership Posts for 2013

It’s that time of year!!  End of the year lists for best movies, music, top plays, worst plays, best entertainer and worst entertainer.  End of the year lists give us a chance to look back on the year that was … Continue reading

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#917 – The Unknown Keeps Leaders in the Lines

Coloring…always fun and somewhat peaceful from time to time.  I like when my family goes to a restaurant and the tablecloth becomes a big canvas where we can draw, play tic-tac-toe and color all over the place.  There are no … Continue reading

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#918 – Leaders Color Outside of the Lines

Do you remember as a kid learning to color?  A coloring book would be given to you and some fantastic Crayola crayons and off you go.  You would work diligently to try and match the right shade of green to … Continue reading

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#919 – Leaders Notice the Little Things

It doesn’t have to be much, but have you ever noticed that a small compliment can go a long way.  Someone makes a change in their appearance and you notice..there is better organization and you notice…a new introduction is made … Continue reading

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#925 – Leaders Prepare for Good Luck

It is hard not to be amazed by the tremendous athletic ability of Olympic athletes.  From swimming to gymnastics to track and field, the sheer superiority of these individuals is something to behold.  With the summer and winter Olympics alternating … Continue reading

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#983 – Leadership and Momentum – A Wave of Influence

I’m not sure when it started…early 1980’s and I think on the West Coast (although there is some debate on this)  The “wave” has become a constant at most any event where there is more than 10,000 people present. Even … Continue reading

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#986 – Leadership is a Team Sport?

Being a part of a team is one of the things  I miss most about sports, both as an athlete and as a coach. Having that bond with a group of teammates, going through the ups and downs of a … Continue reading

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#987 – Leadership and Attitude – You Have to Have One!

“Attitude is a choice” is what I always heard growing up  “No one can make you have a bad attitude” was another oft quoted remark designed to make me re-adjust the imaginative set screws on the sides of my head … Continue reading

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#988 – Leaders Find the Right Players for Right Field

It happens in Little Leagues all over the country every spring. Boys get picked for their baseball teams and coaches start to plug kids into their positions. No matter the age, you have to have a strong arm at shortstop … Continue reading

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#990 – Leaders are Lifelong Learners

I think I first heard the term “Lifelong Learner” about twenty years ago and assumed, at the time that it was just one of those “catchy” phrases that universities used to attract new students. The marketing lines that talk about … Continue reading

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