Leadership Love from LinkedIn
I ❤️ to write, and these days, I mostly write on LinkedIn. I've included copies of my daily posts here for your convenience. Please enjoy these inspirations from all around the world of leadership and everything else that enters my brain.
“You cannot step into the same river twice—for it is not the same river, and you are not the same person.”
This paraphrase of Heraclitus reminds us that change plays a central role in the universe, in life, and at work.
As leaders, the greatest change we are observing is the...
Almost every evening, my kitchen turns into a game show set.
The simple question “Who’s making dinner?” launches my family into quiz mode.
We huddle up and evaluate our options—do you want to cook, do you want me to cook, or should we ask one of the kids to cook?
After a hard day at Zoom, I decided to whip up a quick batch of scratch cookies.
Cookies may not solve anything in these trying times—but hey—cookies.
Pressed for time, I began tossing ingredients into the spinning mixer.
Butter. Vanilla. Smooth sailing.
Gasp!—We’re out of...
Have you ever started your work week with a wardrobe malfunction and an international incident at the same time?
I once departed Boston on a Sunday night and arrived in London early the next morning.
I headed straight to our office near Paddington to prep for our first client meeting.
Have you ever wondered why some people don’t finish what they
According to Grammarist.com, the word “stick-to-it-iveness” made its first appearance in the late 19th century.
It has largely been replaced with the two-hyphenated form “stick-to-itiveness” over time,...
Think about a recent major decision you made at work.
Did it produce the outcome you desired?
Your natural inclination may be to answer with an emphatic “YES!”
(I dig that about you!)
It’s understandable—who among us doesn’t want to make the right call every time?
There’s one thing I miss most about dining out less frequently these days:
Whenever I go to a restaurant, I always ask about these unexpected options.
“I think I’ll have the espresso-crusted squid belly with the sweet potato puree and the wild grape juice...
Making New Year’s resolutions for 2021? Draw inspiration from on high.
4,500+ feet above sea level to be exact.
On New Hampshire’s Mount Washington, that elevation is well beyond the treeline—an ecological limit beyond which trees cannot grow due to cold temperatures, excessive...