How Am I Sabotaging My Future? – Part 4

In the previous post of this series, I suggested that becoming a better listener is a career advancing skill. For some, that is easier said than done. Today’s topic might make it easier to become a better listener. It will also provide context for all future posts. Beliefs drive attitudes – attitudes drive behaviors – […]

How Am I Sabotaging My Future? – Part 2

This series continues based on the premise that effective leadership requires certain interpersonal skills and many of these same skills are necessary to advance any career. So where should we go next with the discussion? I don’t know if it matters. Let’s just dive in and see what happens. The book “Never Eat Alone” by […]

How Am I Sabotaging My Future? – Part 1

People sabotage their futures in countless ways, sometimes knowingly, but probably more often by neglect or willful ignorance. The old adage, “What we don’t know won’t hurt us.” comes to mind. As far as the outcome is concerned, it probably doesn’t matter. Either way, the results are a tragic waste through missed opportunities and falling […]

Is Your Greatest Strength Also Your Greatest Weakness?

According to Innovators Forum guest blogger Marilyn Suttle: During a recent radio show interview, the host made a passing comment that struck a chord for me. She said something like this: Sometimes the biggest asset you bring to your company can become your most limiting factor. Since I do a great deal of work helping […]