Tag : leadership

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We all do it.  That moment, that awful moment we’d love to take back. I’m not writing about the intent to be mean, or to be less than compassionate, and on the Internet there is a lot of hurtful comments which the writer does intentionally.  I’m not writing of these, I’m writing about the ‘funny’ …
Influence is a wonderful thing.  The more you have the better your chances of success. Influence is how a blog or a person makes others work with them or against them.  There are two sorts of influence out there positive and negative. The more you think about what your blog van become the more you …
I’ve seen a lot of pictures with the difference between a leader and a boss.   Boss, Leader, Builder? Almost everyone talks about wanting to become a leader or to lead like ‘this guy’ or ‘this lady.’ They aren’t wrong, but they aren’t right. As a writer, it becomes harder because by nature, we ‘lead’ …
Leaders in the writing field, leaders in the office, leaders who don’t have a position.  There are hundreds of book out which talk about ‘leaders’ or ‘servant leaders.’  There are many great people who are willing to mentor others and have them push themselves and think beyond their comfort zone.  Every person has a comfort …
Research and leadership go hand in hand. Research is vital for success at any level, and even more so when you are a leader. I could not explain how important it is until I did more of it, and learned from the experiences. To survive on the Internet you need to know what to do, …
Leadership is the force that moves someone to make, or create something better than right now. Leaders don’t worry about the challenges so much as they learn from them, and then go from there. There is a constant learning and growth process when it comes to being a leader who shares both passion and hope …
True success is a labyrinth. It takes action. It takes logic. it takes perseverance. And it takes courage. Granted, my experience with labyrinths is pretty much restricted to a yearly corn maze adventure around Halloween and enjoying some James Dashner, and his book The Maze Runner on a cold wintery day, but from what I do know, there are …
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