A friend and I talked one day about the perils of a hurried life and how hazardous it is to our souls. The more we considered how much a hurried life turns our souls into raisins and preps us to give beef jerky instead of steak to the people we love, the more we agreed, a hurried life is actually a toxic life. If you are open to new ideas that might inject breathing space — the influx of fresh air — into your daily workload, I have four keys to help you get started.Continue Reading "Escape from a Hurried Life"
Every day as a leader you have to cut through the fog and noise of the immediate to keep things focused on what matters most. There is no place where that challenge is more important than in managing the tasks and priorities swimming in your head. To that end, I offer this simple discipline: Identify the ONE THING. In every situation, every day, identify the one thing that matters most right now. And do that.Continue Reading "The Power of One Thing"
Do your rhythms of self-care position you to thrive? Are they enough to sustain you for the long haul? When your role changes, your responsibilities grow, and the demands on you increase, you need to adjust your rhythms of self-care if you are going to thrive.Continue Reading "Rhythms of Self-Care"