Yes, indeed, thank you for your kind words!
Mike is right, of course, there are more than five. I have tried to group them within these larger buckets. I blogged about them under The Five Marks of Authentic Leadership
. It is also a speech I give.
Thanks for your comment.
Thanks, for your kind words. Barry.
Open of the things I have found is to keep meetings small and focus on “shipping” (a Seth Godin concept). In other words, focus on faster iteration and improvement, rather than spending months in planning. By then, the world has changed!
I want to check out this book. Thanks for recommending.
Ha! Thanks for your comments, Daniel. You guys are the best executive coaches on the planet, so I really appreciate your affirmation and insight.
Believe it or not, writing, more than anything else, gives me perspective. Also, doing one thing for too long, is not healthy nor productive. For example, I am writing this comment while eating lunch. It’s a welcome break. Also, I write best when the experience is the freshest.
Absolutely. As my wife says, “This, too, will pass.” Usually, if we just keep plodding along, everything works out. It’s when we freak out and run off the field, so to speak, that we “borrow trouble.”
Good. I hope it went well. ;-)
Yes, that’s a good point. However, there are times when other people have excess capacity when we don’t. That’s the great thing about a team. However, having said that, I would never want to make my problem someone else’s problem or put them in a difficult position.