How do we ‘Shape the Future’ together? the 4 Story-Changes
by Chris Kyle Shaping the Future: Living Your Purpose in Chaotic Times live online training being held on October 11th at 5:00 pm PDT / 8:00 pm EDT (share this event with your friends here: www.purposefromchaos.com). First, let me explain what I mean by ‘shaping the future.’ We can either be in constant reaction-mode to whatever is happening in our world — both at the local level in our personal lives and at the global level...
“Men’s Work” is Mainstream – Free Telesummit May 7-9
Editor’s Note: Lewis Denbaum is launching a free to listen Telesummit bringing together a wide array of experts on multiple topics impacting men’s lives. Men like tools. And there are some experts on this telesummit with some great tools. The Summit features a number of ManKind Project men including Bill Kauth, David Kaar, Michael Taylor, and Denbaum himself. Here is what Lewis has to offer about the Men’s Telesummit...
What’s getting in the way of your Leadersh*t?
Mike Brown interviews Foster Mobley about his book “Leadersh*t: Rethinking the True Path to Great Leading” For over 40 years, gurus of all stripes have been promoting the “competency model” of leadership, insisting that mastering skill sets such as motivation and vision-setting is the key to effective leading. But if that’s true, where are all the great leaders? In reality, the corporate world and the...
Take back your attention
Here is an excellent article by Tony Schwartz, CEO of The Energy Project, at Fast Company, entitled Take Back Your Attention. His main thesis, one that my readers know I subscribe to as well, is that the computer, with email, FaceBook, Google, and a plethora of other fun toys and semi-useful activities, can be a […]
Does Your Customer Service Live Up to Your Marketing?
My wife Mary bought a baby carrier the year Alexander was born: 2004. It’s the kind that lets you wear your baby (or toddler) hands free on your body when you walk around. The carrier was retired from use last year after our then 3 year old, Miranda, outgrew it. It lasted through two […]