The title and idea for this post comes from social media superstar and super good guy (I’m pleased to call him a friend) Chris Brogan, who recently wrote a post called, Your Farmer List . In the post Chris shares things that should be on a blogger’s daily task list. Of course, as a farm kid, I […]
Watch this video, and take the action I suggest – it might be your most important leadership activity of the day – and I might make you smile too!
There are at least two significant leadership lessons in this post, each somewhat unrelated to the other. First the back story. I have been fortunate over the past few years to get to know and spend some unstructured time with Byron Ernest, a High School teacher in Lebanon Indiana. Byron is one of the smartest […]
It’s been the second biggest news story of the week – and if not for the horrific disaster in Haiti, it would have been #1. After 47 years in the hands of a Democrat, the Massachusetts Senate seat of deceased Edward Kennedy will now be occupied by a Republican. This article isn’t about political posturing, […]
One of my winter memories as a kid was doing jigsaw puzzles – especially at the holidays or on “snow days” those wonderful times in western Michigan when there was more snow than the plows could handle and there was no school because of it. While I haven’t really worked on a jigsaw puzzle for […]