Tag Archives: unique ability

Don't ignore the trees to see the forest

Earlier this week I read an article in Forbes talking about How Successful People Cure Their Blindspots. As the title suggests, the post focused on the apparent blindspots or weaknesses that “derail” leaders from achieving their goals, and what they need to do to address them. It is an interesting perspective in that while most of […]

What makes YOU amazing? by Roz Usheroff

The above quote came across my Facebook page and I must admit that it got me to thinking . . . what makes me, or for that matter you, amazing? It seems like a ridiculously easy question for which there is going to be an equally easy answer.  At least the answer should be easy. […]

The Results-Only Work Environment and the rise of the Intrapreneur

“In a ROWE, workers can work wherever, whenever, and however they choose to, as long as they achieve their results.” from the January 4th, 2014 Huffington Post article “2014: The Year of Workplace Reinvention” by Pam Ross I was recently listening to a radio interview in which after 15 years in business, a founding CEO […]

Are you an Iconoclast or an MBA? (Part 2)

In the first part of this post I talked about business trailblazers Richard Branson and Fred Smith. Branson with Virgin and Smith with FedEx have achieved unparalleled success, each building a global brand that has become ubiquitous with creative, outside of the box thinking. What is even more interesting in relation to the title of […]