Drops from the Fire Hose – November 26, 2012 – Fast Company

Don’t Be A Power Hog: How Sharing Information, Time, And Authority Makes You A Better Leader — Fast Company

Being generous can mean sharing your feedback, your knowledge, and your credit with people–but most importantly, it can mean the difference between a good leader and a great one.

To Find A Way Forward, Leaders Must Embrace The Lost Art Of Compromise — Fast Company

Today, more than ever, we need that genius to return to our government. Leaders from the right, center, and left need to all open their eyes, minds and hearts and get their collective crap together. We need the best thinking from all corners of our political spectrum to be put into action. And we need to eradicate the self-serving political arrogance that has too often kept our best ideals from being realized. Why? Because the greatest of our American ideals is that we are a melting pot of a nation that has always believed together we can accomplish anything. Not divided, but together we can solve any problem. American nobility comes not from privilege but from competence. And the truly competent people are smart and secure enough to find compromises that make sense, that build on the best thinking and recognize that we are not all the same, but we all deserve consideration.

The 20-Minute Exercise To Eradicate Negative Thinking — Fast Company

Belief is contagious. It wins supporters. It’s self-fulfilling. Here’s how to get there when nagging, negative thoughts are holding you back.


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