On my way home from driving my daughter to school last week a particularly beautiful rendition of “The Little Drummer Boy” came on the radio. The song has always has always touched me deeply, portraying that one with seemingly nothing to offer could offer so much. A new thought struck me on this hearing—the message of the Dru
I listened to Jacque Vaughn, the new head coach of the Orlando Magic, talk about the three attitudes he needs each of his players to have. He's been handed an interesting group of players, and he made himself very clear about what it will take to succeed on his team. I think his list applies to entrepreneurs and CEOs of most companies I know.
I was part of a great event last week that featured 3 entrepreneurs (here's a picture of me hosting the event). Each shared three of their top lessons learned during the process of starting, developing, and growing their enterprises.
At the Dental Trade Alliance Meeting last month I listened to Ram Charan, highly-sought after consultant to Fortune 500 CEOs and co-author of Game-Changer: How You Can Drive Revenue and Profit Growth with Innovation, talk about converting ideas into innovation.
Last week I shared a story told by Cal Ripken, Jr. that illustrated how mentors can improve outcomes.