Posts tagged Leadership
You're Missing A Great Game

“You’re missing a great game!” This is something you often hear yelled at officials by displeased basketball fans from the heights of their seats. Somehow they believe the screaming of insults to people in stripes will make the calls better. I am still puzzled by this logic.

It actually makes no sense at all.

Being wrong doesn’t make you miss a great game; not showing up does.

Did you catch that truth?

Missing a great game starts when you don’t show up.

Read More
3 Places to Start Your Spring Cleaning

Spring is here and that means spring cleaning! To get ready for spring maybe you will get the pool ready, clean out the garage, wash the windows, weed and feed the yard, or break out the golf clubs.

Whatever your version of spring cleaning and getting ready for the new season, the time is here!

It is also time to do some spring cleaning on your leadership and your life. Here are three categories to take some inventory and do some clean up:

Read More
5 Steps To Reduce Your Stress In 5 Minutes or Less

Stress, we all have it. We all can’t stand it. The more we have, the less productive we are, the more irritable we are, and ultimately, our fulfillment and success level drops. There are many strategies out there to reduce stress, but it can be hard to find the time to implement them in the midst of a stressful season. Here are 5 simple steps that can help reduce your stress in 5 minutes or less.

Read More
Do You Know What Matters Most?

You may hear people say, “Don’t sweat the small stuff!” How? Might be your reply.

I have heard it said, “One of the most important things in life is to know what is most important.” It is easy to say, much tougher to do. In the end, it is about keeping our focus on the bigger picture with confidence that we are on the right path.

So what is most important to you? What are your core values?

Read More
What's your "Why"?

Why do you do the work you do? Really. What is it that fuels you each day to do the work you do? We aren’t talking about the money or the benefits of the job here. We are talking about the why you do what you do.

Read More
Randy FoxLeadership, Success