Want to supercharge your clarity? Write it all down
The moment your co-founder, teammate, or romantic partner frustrates you the most may be the moment of greatest opportunity
Anxiety, depression, and anger come for us all. Consider looking at the experience as an indication of what is missing.
This year-end, take a risk and really step away. Find out what happens when you give yourself the gift of recovery and perspective.
Next time you feel stuck wondering how you'll figuring out, try asking how 'we' will figure it out.
Want to get one thing right most founders get wrong? Spend more time with your customers.
Your attention is your most valuable asset. Proceed accordingly.
One of the most expensive forms of procrastination I witness as a coach is the avoidance of hard conversations.
If you are asking the question, you are probably waiting too long.
The desire to belong drives much of our behavior as humans. How might awareness of that drive inform your approach as a leader?