Category Archives: Leadership

Common Sense Trumps Logic in Sales

Don’t let logical thinking get in the way of common sense. Or should I say,  “don’t let common sense get in the way of logical thinking”? Either way they are similar. Faulty logic appeals to common sense as an authority; experience per se. I guess that’s just the way I try to navigate the world.  […]

Let’s Get Rid of Management

Many years ago I was gifted with the opportunity to participate in the Dale Carnegie Leadership Training Program.  One thing I kept is a short piece on leadership titled, “Let’s Get Rid of Management.”  It still applies.  Enjoy. People don’t want to be managed.  They want to be led.  Whoever heard of a world manager?  […]

25 Lessons from Jack Welch

1. Lead 2. Manage less 3. Articulate your vision 4. Simplify 5. Get less formal 6. Energize others 7. Face reality 8. See change as an opportunity 9. Get good ideas from everywhere 10. Follow up 11. Get rid of bureaucracy 12. Eliminate boundaries 13. Put values first 14. Cultivate leaders 15. Create learning culture […]

Aaron Rodgers – A Man with Class and Character

This is written by a sports anchor from Fox 6 in Milwaukee . It doesn’t get any better than this. “Save Me a Spot” This job affords me some incredible opportunities. Being a member of the FOX 6 Sports team means I’ve been able to witness and report on events and people that many can […]

Great Leadership

President Barack Obama made the best speech of his Presidency tonight.  His clarity and ability to communicate to American’s, the importance of setting aside political differences and working together for the betterment of our country was exemplary. Our constitution and the rights of American’s to free speech have been upheld. “But at a time when […]