The #1 Ingredient for Success: Good Decisions

When it comes to making difficult decisions, conventional wisdom says Trust your gut. Recent research affirms the connection between your gut and your state of mind. Stanford University’s Justin and Erika Sonnenburg write, “The enteric nervous system is often referred to as our body’s second brain. There are hundreds of million (sic) of neurons connecting […] See More

March 8, 2017

Why D- Can Be A Great Grade For Leaders

If there is one attribute guaranteed to slow you down, it’s perfectionism. I’ve been thinking a lot about adaptive leadership lately (like there’s another kind?) and recently reread a Harvard Business Review article from way back in 2010, “Four Lessons in Adaptive Leadership.” Sometimes I need to be reminded of the 70% rule because it’s a great antidote […] See More

January 25, 2017