Monthly Archives: March 2011

Everlasting Wisdom Principle #7 Holding Others (and yourself) Accountable

It is always a good practice for leaders to care about the well being and improvement of those that they lead. It’s o.k. for leaders to have a compassionate side to them and show their followers that they do care about their welfare. The key though, is to be able to separate wanting to be […]

Everlasting Wisdom Principle #6 Purge Conflicts and Train Your Leaders

I certainly don’t recommend executing insubordinate employees, but I do recommend good old-fashioned communication, and a chance to discuss the problem with them. If things don’t improve you can help them move on to the next level of their career, outside of your empire. I am also not advocating that you eliminate your biggest opponents, […]

Everlasting Wisdom Principle #5 – Stay Focused

Think of the following 7 principles in staying focused. They may not all work for you, but I have found that when you follow these principles, you stay focused, and you are able to direct your positive energies to the task at hand. 1. Establish well-defined goals – your goals are the foundation of your […]