Category Archives: passion
Does Culture Matter? Ask Tom Brady!
If you don't think culture matters, just ask Tom Brady. It wasn’t that he had a bad day. And it wasn't the unsportsmanlike conduct he displayed by not shaking the winning quarterback’s hand. Even die-hard Patriots fans questioned that!
Can you fall in love again?
I have been playing my flute again. I took a break—a long break of 30 years or so—and when I picked it up, I thought, "This can't be that difficult. Isn’t it like riding a bike?" Not. At. All!
How to kick ass in 2017
Be passionate and choose to play all in. How you play (engage) reflects the life you get to live. Find what is right and build on it. Be aware of the allure of negativity. Nothing positive comes from negativity. Strive for progress in all that you do… stop waiting for things to be perfect! […]
Love it or leave it!
Leaders who are Shiners think BIG! They know their targets and move towards them. They understand that wanting something is not enough... that you have to have the absolute desire to know where you will go, why you will go there and how your team will arrive. This focus ensures you are always […]
Attitude is Everything! Business is like Baseball Part 8
Too much energy?
Why people get annoyed with energetic and enthusiastic people is beyond me. I get that not everyone is moving at 100 miles an hour or sees the full spectrum kaleidoscope rather than just the three primary colors. I can respect that! But the world is fueled by energy. It takes tremendous momentum to […]
Is The Fun in your Office Extinct?
Boredom. Burnout. Apathy. These are the enemies of employee engagement. Some even claim it is part of the natural cycle of activity in some industries. How do we turn that around?
Passion Can Come From Anywhere
Sometimes people don't know what they might enjoy. They often don't even know what work they are passionate about. Lack of passion is one reason people end up in what Aspire calls the "Mediocre Crowd," which comprises 72% of the average organization. How do you tap into the passion of your people […]