Humility + Iteration = A Leader’s Saving Grace

Humility + Iteration = A Leader’s Saving Grace Today I read an amazing article by Dave Kerpen, “11 Simple Concepts to Become a Better Leader.” After reading his wise nuggets, I realized that earlier today I missed a chance to practice one of those concepts. Rather than getting discouraged, this realization makes me that muchContinue reading “Humility + Iteration = A Leader’s Saving Grace”

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Kintsugi: The art of embracing damage.

Is it possible to be more beautiful in the broken places? Recently, I sent a message to my friend who was struggling, in hopes of lifting her spirits. My friend had been feeling down. Defeated. Convinced that she wasn’t capable or deserving of success. I knew better, of course. I’ve known her more than half myContinue reading “Kintsugi: The art of embracing damage.”

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Momentum: Two tips for accelerated success

“I could be so successful, if only I had more time…” Have you ever heard yourself saying, “If only I had more time…” then finishing that sentence in your head with a sad realization that if you had more time you’d probably fill that gifted time with more harried, hassled, stressful tasks that would leaveContinue reading “Momentum: Two tips for accelerated success”

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Simple ways to amplify your leadership impact

The Fortune profile on Brian Chesky, CEO of Airbnb, provides some valuable insights on how to maximize your leadership impact. Brian devised his own simple leadership rules: The final rule – refilling the reservoir – resonated with me. How do you refill your reservoir? Please mention them in comments below! Susan Hendrich ____________________________________________ Brian CheskyContinue reading “Simple ways to amplify your leadership impact”

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The Spaces Between: Taking time for your personal development

What if you spent 30 minutes on your personal development every day? Reading. Blogging. Journaling. Drawing. Imagining. Networking. Planning your future. A half hour. Every. Single. Day. A friend recently told me that in a “How to Improve Your LinkedIn Profile” seminar, she learned that we should spend a certain amount of time each dayContinue reading “The Spaces Between: Taking time for your personal development”

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