Bill Marriott, Jr., Executive Chairman of Marriott International, has long established that, in his opinion, the four most important words a leader can utter are: What do you think? Like a brush stroke from one of history’s masters, his statement adds incredible depth and perspective to the importance of including the thoughts and opinions of … Continue reading What Are You Thinking?
Forgive my rather obvious play on words. Blame it on a moment of introspection. Being the son of a career Marine, I spent my formative years in the company of my Dad’s peers, some of whom bore an outward resemblance to Jack Nicholson's character from the film "A Few Good Men". Most of the group … Continue reading “You Can’t Handle the Moment of Truth” (aka Do You Work Here?)
You are going to panic. There is no escaping the physiology of the moment . . . You will shrink immediately from wide angle to tunnel vision, your heart will begin to pound, your pulse will quicken. You’ll begin to perspire, though just a moment prior you commented on how comfortable you felt. Your brain, … Continue reading Learning To Crash Part Of Learning To Fly
Imagine the lifestyle of history’s Great Philosophers . . . Spending the day on the mountain top with a group of your peers . . . breathing in the fresh air, dressed in super comfortable clothing . . . sharing wisdom and insight related to aspects of human behavior and society. Oh, what life would … Continue reading Second Nature Mentality