Leadership is leadership, no matter what the arena. You don’t have to be perfect, to be excellent.
We shouldn’t try to tamp down emotions at work; we should capitalize on them.
When it comes to work, there are two stories you can tell yourself. You can tell a money story, or you can tell a meaning story. Which one would you rather have in your head everyday?
My Dad was all in. He was all in for his family, his job, his friends, and everything else that mattered. I aspire to do the same. How about you?
Changing yourself is a tough process; your ego wants to save you from all that work. The problem is, your ego doesn’t always know what’s best for you.
Persuading people doesn’t mean manipulating them. It means bringing your most creative best thinking self to the table. If you care about your cause, your message, or your product, think about your audience.
A critical decision is one that shapes your future, things that effect your career, your relationships, and your reputation.
When our firm first introduced Noble Purpose, we had a concept, but we weren’t very systematic in our methodology. It was more hit or miss, getting buy in where we could and figuring things out along the way with our clients.
Being an optimist doesn’t mean ignoring the facts; it means holding onto your enthusiasm in the face of them.
The beauty of capitalism is that it gives people the power to control their own destiny and to add value to the lives of others.
Things don’t have to be perfect for you to make your moment wonderful. When things go badly, the universe is giving you a chance to let your grace shine through.
Purpose drives profit, not the other way around. You don’t create purpose by making a profit; you make a profit by establishing a Noble Purpose.
You don’t have to become a fireman or a nurse to fulfill the childhood fantasy of an important meaningful job. You can sell toothpaste. The secret of meaningful work is shifting your focus from the what to the who. Instead of focusing on the output of your job, focus on who benefits.
Intent is always more interesting than implementation. If you want to be more compelling, start sharing your backstory.
When my friend Diana told me about her family legacy, I was stunned. But no more stunned than when she discovered it herself.