Six Ways to Refuel Your Energy Every Day

Are you working longer hours, attending more meetings, taking shorter vacations, answering more emails and eating lunch at your desk, if you eat lunch at all?
Does demand in your life just keep getting higher, so you're struggling more and more just to keep up? Are you utterly sick of hearing . . . 

Six Ingredients for a Good Life

I ended my most recent post with this line:
"The true measure of greatness is our capacity to navigate between our opposites with agility and grace — to accept ourselves exactly as we are, but never to stop trying to get better. "
Over the past week, I've thought about this more deeply.  Wha. . . 

Leadership Begins at Home

One of the greatest gifts you can give your kids is help in foregoing immediate gratification, by setting boundaries for them and by modeling the behavior yourself. 

That's also one of the greatest gifts you can give to those you lead or manage. I got to thinking about all this after reading "Gr. . .

Warning: Your Attention is Under Siege

So I’m watching “Morning Joe” while running on my treadmill this morning and Mika Brezezinski asks her co-host Joe Scarborough a question. He looks at her blankly. This is live television. Then he acknowledges that he was distracted by something that appeared on the iPad on his desk.    . . .