I’m dedicating this post to my Uncle Randy. He was struck by a stroke last year and I think it was a wake up call for the entire family. He’s quite an energetic person and instead of a Social Butterfly, I like to think of him more as a Giant People Magnet. Continue reading
“The great men and women of history were not great because of what they earned and owned, but rather for what they gave their lives to accomplish.” Excerpt from John C Maxwell’s Sometimes you Win Sometimes you Learn.
What are you accomplishing with your life?
I get a little concerned when leaders complain about being lonely at the top. My question is always, Continue reading
I spent many years in the corporate world, predominantly in travel & tourism in the areas of Customer Service Delivery and Customer Experience and at the time I thoroughly enjoyed my work. There was nothing quite like seeing people enjoy every aspect of their vacation.
I’ve always been a believer in going the extra mile and giving more than is expected of me. This is just an internal principle that I inherited from my father, who was a prolifically hard worker. He taught us the importance of having a great work ethic, so going beyond the call of duty became a natural approach to work life.
Leadership demands that Continue reading