[MMM] Is Your Job Big Enough For Your Soul?

Happy Monday Morning!   Is it possible to do work that contributes in a way that is both meaningful, makes a positive impact and provides a great living?   While she was still with Unilever, Alison Leung, former Marketing Director of Dove, shared her story on my Career Conversations podcast. Her insight is ageless: Listen Here.   Alison

[FLR] | Smart Leaders Know the Difference Between Complex & Complicated. Do You?

Happy Friday!   For leaders, there are two certainties in our world.   1. There will be more competition. 2. There will be more complexity.   Your ability to thrive as a leader is a direct result of your willingness and skill in dealing with both.   It’s that simple and complex.   Inc. | Smart Leaders Know

[MMM] The Big Work Myth: Busted

Happy Monday Morning!   My work can be boring and tedious at times.   I think one of the great untruths that my profession sometimes perpetuates is that you should love every moment of your work, this is simply not true.   Starr Saphir was an amazing lady who led birding tours in New York Central

[FLR] In 8 Words, Uber’s New CEO Gave a Master Class in Leadership

Happy Friday!   Vulnerability is a key attribute to all healthy leaders and to living a healthy life.   Let’s face it, we all have times when we are struggling, when we are uncertain, or where we are living outside of our comfort zone.   Your ability to express this in a way that is honest but

[MMM] | What You Need to Do to Get Hired Quickly

Good Monday morning,   How was your first week of the “New Year”?   For most of us, our relationship with September is deeply rooted in starting a new grade or school. Our experience is that September is the start of something new; the start of a whole new journey.   Hiring managers, bosses and decision

[FLR] | Mathematicians Discovered a Secret to Reducing Regret in Your Life

Happy Friday!   We’ve all had this, especially as leaders.   It could have been a poor hiring decision, a project that went sideways, or a missed opportunity.   Regret is defined as pain or distress in the mind at something done or left undone.   It’s interesting that the pain or distress hangs about in

[MMM] | What Your Morning Commute Can Teach You About Work (It’s Not What You Think!)

Happy Tuesday!   How was your morning commute? What did you ponder over this morning?   The etymology of the word comes from the mix of two words from Latin commute: com- meaning ‘altogether’ and mutare ‘to change.   In a sense, we all come together on trains, planes, and automobiles, and change pace from our personal life to our professional

[FLR] | 5 Habits That Change Managers Into Leaders | Friday Leadership Report

Happy Friday! Leaders can manage, but managers are not always the best leaders. The best kind of a manager nurtures and leads their team to excellence. They are the type of professional that both motivates, helps support, and guides their team to achieve the results the organization is hoping to achieve. Which are you? Inc. | 5 Habits That Change Manager

[MMM] | The Monday Morning Blues… | Monday Morning Motivator

Good Monday morning,   Do you get the Monday morning blues? According to a poll, 63% of professionals struggle with this condition. You feel anxious and stressed out about the week ahead. Recognized as an acute condition affecting nine-to-five workers and students. The symptoms include anxiety, helplessness and depression. It’s an indicator of a high amount of job

[MMM] The “Relationships” Editon

Good Monday Morning,   “Is there anything you fear or worry about in your career that you didn’t accomplish?”   This was the final question to which Barbara Walters responded from her 2 hr special where, for the first time, she was the subject of the interview. As Barbara’s final formal role on television this special focused