Key Considerations

“The greatest danger for most of us is not that we aim too high and we miss it, but we aim too low and reach it.” 

~ Michelangelo


You already get how to do things; how to get things done. This is about creating the conditions necessary to thrive so that you can do what you do, better. This is about focusing on who you are being and how that impacts your ability to learn, grow, and thrive. This is about impact, your impact, and others’ impact. This is about expanding into our full capacity in this life in this body and striving to thrive. And, as our leaders come alive and thrive, their organizations and families come alive and thrive too.

Ask yourself:  

  • What’s it worth to you to honor the worth and dignity of each of your children, to call them forth into their unique gifts and abilities, whether or not these are what you know or understand first hand?
  • What’s it worth to you to save an employee or hire one who is a star and a great fit?
  • What’s it worth to you to complete meaningful projects on time, on budget and on target?
  • What’s it worth to you to have one less disagreement a day, a week, a month?
  • What’s it worth to you to go to bed worrying about whether your goals are too low versus too high?
  • What’s it worth to you to feel “at home” wherever you are, whether in the office or at home, and to know that you are doing great work in the company of great people who feel great about their jobs, their lives, their homes, their work place and your leadership?
  • What is team and personal development worth to you?
  • What’s a great, new friend worth to you?
  • What’s a great night’s sleep worth to you?

We believe that any group of two or more people must commit itself to spending as much or more time learning how to build and sustain successful relationships as it does learning how to build excel spreadsheets, conduct experiments, sell effectively, build a building, buy a boat, or acquire whatever new technical skill is required. If each of us is a leader, what is possible in this life, if we dedicate ourselves to leading well and to being servant leaders in our communities?

You are a leader. Be a great one.