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Leadership Letters – P


All days will not be easy.  Some situations are challenging.  Some projects go long.  Some meetings go long. Definition Perseverance. 


Leadership Letters – O


We are each an original, unique person. Understand your originality, embrace it, and learn to articulate and use it to your advantage.


Leadership Letters – N


Sometimes, “no” is the right answer! Sometimes, we must say no to good so we can say yes to great! When we say no, it is best to offer an alternative or substitute.  “No” is respected, and in most cases also about respecting yourself


Leadership Letters – M


Meaning can be a motivator…if there is meaning in our work, we are more likely to press ahead when there are challenges. Whatever it is for you…once you find it, discover it, own it, and allow that meaning to stimulate and motivate you! What gives meaning? The answer is different for everyone. For some it could be the work itself. For others, it could be the process. For others still, it could be the outcome.


Leadership Letters – L


Merriam Webster: Full of or shedding light; bright or shining, especially in the dark (adjective)
The light that shines from within in contagious! Light is inspiring, it’s bright and provides value to the team


Leadership Letters – K


Don’t worry about what other people are doing.  Make your own playbook.  Play by your own offense.  If people do bad by you -> karma


Leadership Letters – J


Be joyful in your work.  If it has meaning to you, and if you are passionate about what you do, there will be joy.   


Leadership Letters – I


The quality of being honest and having strong moral principles; moral uprightness.  When integrity cannot be found in the people around us, we must find it in ourselves.


Leadership Letters – H


Humor can dissolve most difficult situations…Humor is a unifier.


Leadership Letters – G


Entrepreneurs face many difficult situations and often from naysayers.  Grit will help get past all of this and persevere.