Category: Leadership Lessons

The Daily Grind: On Becoming an Expert

There are a few things that have been keeping me busy learning these past few weeks – my MacBook Pro, the Nikon D5100 camera that I got my wife for our anniversary gift and re-learning jazz and blues piano on my Korg X50 music workstation. This is over and above the stuff that I keep learning […]

On Aperture, Digital Photography and Leadership

For my 10th year wedding anniversary gift for my wife, I’ve decided to give her a Nikon D5100 DSLR camera with the intention of diving in to digital photography myself. As I was going thru and testing the features of the camera, an idea initially hit me. Instead of simply knowing the features, I’ve decided […]

Tweet Pick: Risk Taking

Thinking outside-of-the-box requires more than just changing your mindset. It requires taking that step of risk that you wished you wouldn’t Twitter Post 19-July-2009 Yesterday, I delivered my very first 24 Hours of PASS presentation via webcast.  There’s something about doing a task the first time that generates a lot of butterflies in your stomach. […]

Embracing Your Failures

“In order to succeed, your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure.” – Bill Cosby If you’re like me, you document every success you’ve accomplished ever since you can remember. Yes, they do look good on our resumes but they don’t tell the whole story.  It is equally important to be […]