Guardrails for Social Media and Social Media Apps

It is our job as great leaders to help shape conversations, people, and our environments. I consider everyone leaders or potential leaders. As the definition of leadership is simply, “Positively influencing those around us every day.” And I firmly believe each of us has a tremendous opportunity to seize big hairy audacious goals through modern leadership and bold new ideas in social media and apps, but through thoughtful, deliberate, and intentional approaches, much of what hasn’t been done up to today. You see, we have handheld supercomputers in our hands virtually all day every day, allowing us to explore, research, and participate in life activities and events in real-time HD. These h

Listen To The Right People

There are people out there that want you to succeed. There are many positive people willing to help you in your endeavors. And there are positive, successful people out there willing to collaborate, share their stories and knowledge with you, and propel you forward toward success. It happens every day, but it is up to you to choose to reach out to people, make the phone call, and communicate outwardly to do so. On the flip side there are others that are indifferent to your success and even others hoping for you to fail. Either of those factions aren’t going to go out of their way to help support your cause, while the latter may go out of their way to create skepticism about your cause t

The Healing Power Of Saying Sorry

How many times have you made a mistake? How many times have you said something and when it was all said and done, you realized you just said “too much” or you “said it mean”. I think if we are all honest with ourselves, we can all say we have done it many times. And when we do those things, we often have a sick feeling somewhere inside our soul. Or we at least recognize through some visceral mechanism that the conversation or interaction didn’t go as you would like for it to have. A while back, I was having a conversation with one of our veterinarians revolving around the Holiday and taking some time off on a certain day when everyone would like to have that same time off. The conversation n

This fella said he was going to be a better husband!

It’s a New Year and we are all still in the mode of working towards our goals, promises, or resolutions. The top goals or resolutions as reported by multiple sources are 1. Lose weight. 2. Eat healthier. 3. Improve finances. 4. Start exercising more. These are the top promises year in and year out without fail, which are easy to understand why, as most, every one of us could stand some improvement in these areas. But what area of your life needs improvement or work on? About two weeks ago, I had a feedyard cowboy with me in my pickup, driving from the doctoring barn to the office for a lunch break meeting. I have known this guy for about 3 years now, and have gotten to know him fairly well t

Promises vs Resolutions - 5 Things to Do in the New Year

It’s another year in the books! Maybe it’s been a great year, or maybe it’s one you want to turn the page on and move forward. Regardless, we learn from the past, but we don’t live on the past. Life hands us lemons many days of the year, but that doesn’t mean we have to suck on them. Life is about assessing, reflecting, and resolving. And with a New Year, we often make New Year’s Resolutions to live out big plans and big goals. Only to find ourselves failing our own New Year’s Resolutions by January 31st! I know, because I’ve been there. I’m going to lose weight, I’m going to eat healthier… yadda yadda yadda! Big fail again. We have all done that (or at least most of us have)! But

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