The latest edition is now out. Common Sense Leadership – Equine Edition is specifically intended for people engaged in the world of horses such as veterinarians, farriers, trainers, barn managers and owners.
I was in a department store today picking up some items that we had delivered. A young lad showed up to help me and clearly appeared to be under the influence of a case of 40 oz. flu. Behind him was a whiteboard upon which was written some minor inspirational message. It sounded to me […]
Believe it or not we all have challenges integrating work life and personal life. We can only be responsible for our own attitudes and our own behaviour. As a result, lets not complain about too much to do or not enough time. Deal with it. Organizations need to be more understanding of the challenges their […]
Some interesting insights to come about the nature of organizations and how to make the workplace better for all of us. Stay tuned.
It’s up to every leader to remember what’s important. Work occupies only a portion of our entire lives. When things become difficult and stressful, try to remember the things that are important, not only for yourself but for every staff member as well. Will the issue causing the stress be important six days from now? […]
Here is another little story for you to think about: A professor stood before his philosophy class and had some items in front of him. When the class began, without speaking he picked up a very large and empty jar of mayonnaise then filled it up with golf balls. He then asked his students if […]