Category Archives for Teamwork

Slow Down! Remember the Control Boomerang

Slow Down

One of the best ways to help yourself to stop controlling is to simply slow down. When you do that, you also need to remember the control boomerang that is about ready to hit you. Remember what we say about most control people? They are…Good People Up to No Good! When we control, there often is a […]


Boomerang Effect – Controlling Leads to Being Controlled

The Boomerang Effect - Controlling Leads to Being Controlled

Trying to control almost always ends up with a boomerang effect. The person controlling ends up being controlled. Is that what is happening with you? If you want to know if you are trying to control, the boomerang effect is a good sign that you are. Most of us who are control freaks, find it difficult […]


Act – Learn – Adjust Because Perfect Plans Don’t Exist

Act - Learn - Adjust

It’s time to Act –  Learn – Adjust! If you created a clear THERE, clear HERE and the PATH with a Personal Planning Form that is a great first step for getting things done. That plan is your initial thoughts on how to get THERE. Now, action is required for results. THP helps you create a […]


Great Plans Start With A Clear THERE!

Great Plans Have A Clear THERE

One of the first things needed to change or radically change your life or organization is identify your THERE! Great inventions, great plans, great achievements are the result of a clear THERE. Okay, here is the definition of THERE – your desired end result. THERE is what you want to create or achieve. It is your […]


Curiosity Will Help You Listen!

Are You Listening?

Few consider listening to be a critical leadership skill, much less, one of the most critical skills for life and relationships. When leadership is aligned primarily with persuasion and charisma, you won’t hear anything about the most underrated leadership skill – listening! And, most people have trouble listening.  Why is listening so important?  Because without it, you have […]


Opinion Can Make You Assertive About LIES!


The desire to know, when you actually don’t, is a powerful force in everyone. Peter Scholtes provides some interesting research and observation about opinion in his book, The Leader’s Handbook. His research data came from the business arena, specifically manufacturing, where measurable data is available.So, his research is not from highly charged emotional issues related […]

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