Can you Answer these 5 Questions to Energize your Breakthrough?

Do you have the energy to break through? Many claim they don’t have the time or energy to breakthrough.  They are too tired, exhausted from the daily grind of putting out fires.  However, disruptive leaders know what is important and purposely direct the needed energy to the project. This is the sixth article in a series… Read More

What’s Preventing Your Breakthrough?

We all want it. We want that breakthrough that sets us apart in our career, business or industry.  We want to cut through the clutter and get the attention, accolades and the position that allows us the influence and income to live our lives the way we want.  We don’t want to be mired in… Read More

Where do You Get Your Energy to Disrupt?

Disruption takes a lot of energy – more energy than many believe they have.  But what I have learned from studying great leaders and working with organizational decision makers is that those disrupting the status quo prioritize their energy use.  What do I mean by that? Disruptive leaders know where they get their energy to do… Read More

What Would The New York Times Report About Your Leadership?

The internet lit up over the New York Times expose on Amazon’s culture. The scathing article by Jodi Kantor and David Streitfeld, detailed the oppressive hours and unforgiving pace that characterize work at Amazon’s headquarters in Seattle. In interviewing about 100 current and former Amazon employees for the story, the authors found that Amazon’s work… Read More