In the quote at left, Bell is actually paraphrasing St Luke’s Gospel where Jesus reminds his followers that trustworthiness doesn’t depend on the size of value of the task. This idea that a leader pays attention to details is the core around the concept of “Little Things Matter.” The task for the leader then, is […]
Sports is a great place to learn leadership
Sometimes leaders must deal with interpersonal conflict.
Objective truth exists – leaders need to know how to apply it.
Eat the sweet stuff of life and learn to spit out the seeds.
Gripping the organization too tightly ensures you’ll miss the fairway.
Social media is poisoning your soul. Universal Human Goods are the antidote.
I make goals and resolutions, but for me the most important thing is knowing who I want to be. Defining – or redefining as the case may be – is even more vital than making goals and resolutions. If we do not know ourselves, and have in mind who we want to be, all the goals in the world don’t matter.
Wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas!
Honored to have presented to the Ft Worth Downtown Rotary last month, and so appreciative for the Fort Worth Municipal Channel for the webcast! This is the abbreviated version of my Five Be’s talk – hope you enjoy!
Remember to be nice to your relatives and enjoy the day giving thanks for your blessings – remember, even small blessings are still blessings!
Following the crowd is a good way to get lost.
A short excerpt from a presentation to the Honolulu PMI Chapter in 2017.
Virtue sometimes gets a bad rap – it’s time to de-mystify the word and even remind ourselves that “virtue” is just another way to live a healthy and successful life.
I get asked occasionally where I got the idea for my most popular talk and book, The Five Be’s: A Straightforward Guide to Life, and so I thought I’d make room here to talk about it.
All of us benefit from a society that embraces virtue with people who try their best to be virtuous.
In a world where everyone can broadcast to the planet, many of us believe we have to exaggerate to be heard. I’m here to tell you that’s a false premise. If you feel like no one is listening to you, I’ll tell you why I think that’s the case.
In last week’s post I discussed an example of an “honest mistake” using an example from an HBO dramatization of the Apollo Moon program in the 1960s. Today, we discuss crimes.
Recently, the abuse scandal in the Catholic Church many of us thought was behind us has been thrust back into the spotlight. According to what I’ve read, it was brought about largely because men in positions of authority either lacked the moral courage to act or worse, condoned the behavior of men committing crimes against […]
Reconnecting with my podcast friend in person–and talking about authenticity!