Insight and inspiration from the field.
Don’t let common problems and frustrations run you and your business.
I’m afraid I’m not good enough; not a good enough Christ-follower, husband, father, or coach to my clients. Maybe I’m crazy to share that publicly, but most of you, if you’re honest, struggle with the same feelings of inadequacy, especially when it comes to leading the people in your business. But I have good news…Read More
My father, a retired pediatrician, was an amazing doctor. One of the things that made him great is that he’s a big believer in the “minimum effective dose.” Minimum-effective-dose practitioners ask this question: “What is the least amount of medication or other external intervention required to treat the issue, so the body can heal itself?”…Read More
Demand for your products and services is great but you’re not able to capitalize, because you can’t hire the people you need. I can’t remember a time when the labor market was this tight, but you’ve been here before. Just think back to the last time you had to grow sales in the face of…Read More
On June 23rd, 2018, a Taiwanese youth soccer team took a field trip to the Tham Luang Nang Non cave. Their adventure turned disastrous when rains flooded the shafts and trapped them on a small rock shelf 4 kilometers into the cave. 10 days later British cave divers Rick Stanton and John Volanthen located the…Read More
In August of 1916, British Army Major JFC Fuller sat behind the Western front of World War I. On one side, he heard the sounds of battle; a battle that was at a stalemate, because barbed wire, ditches, and rifles had rendered horse-mounted cavalry useless. On the other side he heard, and then saw, a…Read More
Everyone knows about the Grinch, that angry, green guy who hated Christmas with a passion. What most people don’t know is why he had this disdain for Christmas, and that’s what I’m going to tell you about today. You see, the Grinch wasn’t always a yuletide hater; he was once an entrepreneur with a promising…Read More
In Greek Mythology, Sisyphus was the king of Corinth and a generally sorry guy. Famous not for his leadership but for his deceitfulness and trickery, he was kind of like Richard Nixon with superpowers. He avoided the consequences of his misdeeds by twice cheating death, but King Zeus eventually caught up with him and took…Read More
In the 1956 edition of the Giro d’Italia, Fiorenzo Magni crashed on the 12th day of racing and broke his collarbone. Refusing to abandon the race, he wrapped his shoulder with elastic bandages and continued on, but he had a problem: to generate power on a bicycle you have to pull up on the handlebars,…Read More