It’s been almost a month since my book, Destination Unstoppable, was released. I’ve sold hundreds of copies and have ordered hundreds more for upcoming client engagements. But that’s not where I’m finding JOY. I’m finding joy in the journey – and isn’t that the way we truly experience success?
Greatness is elusive. It’s like mercury, constantly shifting and forming in unexpected ways, responding to the changing influences, cultures and values in our life. Imagine if greatness were grounded in one simple principle: being a better teammate. What would that look like?
I’ve taken a hiatus from blogging. It wasn’t really a conscious choice. I’ve been squeezed by forces – fabulous forces – that have required my energy and focus. One of those forces was working with the Cranbrook Varsity Hockey Team, leveraging my strengths-based success program on their quest to win the Michigan State Championship. The experience of working with them, pardon the pun, was a game changer for me.
On the 4th of July, I spent my holiday doing what I enjoy most – watching a winning manager lead an immensely talented team. Let’s look at 5 “best practices” demonstrated by this young manager in his first year on the job.