My Thinking

My experience has taught me that you have two ways to approach the job at hand. The first is to keep your counsel or seek the guidance of paid advisors such as accountants and attorneys. The latter’s advice is limited in part to their narrow field and on keeping you as a client. But when you keep your own counsel you run a risk that what sounds good in your head may not turn out as well in execution.

A second option is to seek an experienced independent advisor, someone who will help you look at the angles you missed and give an unvarnished opinion. For years I walked the floors alone at night because I didn’t know any better.

Here are my thoughts on leadership, accountability and results.

What Kind Of Leadership Style Are You?

Leadership style

“People buy into the Leader, before they buy into the vision.” -John Maxwell Why do your people need to buy in to you first? Like driving a car, I can’t commit to going the distance if the car is poorly maintained and out of gas. Most people want to be led, because the alternative is too hard. Let’s face it,…

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