When I was in High School, my buddies and I listened to a new, up-and-coming, cocky sports talk radio guy, Jim Rome. He constantly played his verbal trump card against people critiquing successful players/teams. He would simply respond by saying, “Scoreboard!” Does … Continue reading Jim Rome, John Wooden, Skilled Nursing “Success”
I shared this with an operator the other day and thought it would be a good topic to bring me back to LeadingLTC.com after so long … Like most people I know, I’m inundated with data/articles/stories/information every day. So much … Continue reading “Bring your heart to work”
This video is a worthy 12 minutes to make us pause and reflect. The danger I see in talking about leadership is that the “lessons learned” or the lesson “meant to be taught” usually overemphasizes that one aspect of leadership. The … Continue reading I just want to be … feared?
Who knew that Rod Stewart was such a management guru? He doesn’t look like one. But let’s judge the man by his words not his appearance, huh? “Have I told you lately that I love you?” And … Continue reading Love, Part 1: “Have I told you lately that I love you?”
It’s a great story. One of my favorite movies. Dances With Wolves. I used to watch it all the time as a kid. After about 20 years, I watched it again recently. It’s funny how music, scriptures, books, movies … Continue reading “I am through waiting”
It’s ironic that I spend as much time as I do here and with colleagues on time management. Ironic because I’m not naturally a very organized person. The opposite is true. I’ve learned the hard way (and the incredibly rewarding … Continue reading Stooping to Greatness, Part 1
One of the most important lessons of the last 12 months for me has been the perils of firing before sufficiently aiming. With the Myers Briggs personality preferences as context, its easy to understand why this can be a huge … Continue reading Ready, Fire, AIM