What Makes a Gr8 Leader?

Today’s guest blogger is Karl Nichols. Join us on this journey every week as guest bloggers share their thoughts on what they believe makes a Gr8 leader.  Karl Nichols has over 20 years of experience as a management professional with a proven record of leadership in the non-profit sector in the areas of educational and healthcare program Read More …

Success or Significance: What Are You Living For?

As I sat in a presentation this past week the presenter mentioned that whenever people ask us what we do, we always respond with what we do to earn a paycheck. This type of behavior has been instilled in our DNA since birth. The real answer to that question should be what we do to Read More …

What Makes a Gr8 Leader?

Today marks the start of a new blog series entitled What Makes a Gr8 Leader. Join us on this journey every week as guest bloggers share their thoughts on what they believe makes a Gr8 leader. Today’s guest blogger is Chris Mann.  When I think of leadership I think of many different things.  Sometimes what Read More …

Goals Are The Difference

When I was a kid, I dreamed of becoming a Sports Broadcaster. When I attended my brothers’ baseball games, people often referred to me as the legendary Fox Sports Football Broadcaster, Joe Buck. We all have dreams and places that we want to go, but we don’t always do what is needed to reach those Read More …

Attitude is a Choice. Attitude is Everything.

A positive attitude is one of the most important characteristics a leader can have because of how contagious it can be. The late Paul J. Meyer, the founder of the personal development industry used to say that “Attitude is Everything.” It really is everything when looking at an organizations culture. Attitude is one thing we Read More …

Success Transformation

The road to success is to completely and intentionally transform yourself from the person that you are today to the person that you are called to become. This success journey means risking the success that you already have and moving toward the impossible.  The power to make the impossible happen has nothing to do with Read More …

Do You Love What You Do?

Earlier this week, I spoke at a Leadership Conference and Retreat for the Texas Organization of Rural and Community Hospitals. I had the honor of serving this organization and their attendees with the opening keynote of the conference. I also was able to close out the day with another presentation. It was a long day Read More …

Leadership Lessons From Failure: Avoid the Seeds of Defeat

This is the Final post in our blog series about lessons learned from failures.  This post is from SOS co-founder & CEO, Bill Moyer. This is the time of the year when I reflect on the current year and plan for the next year. I call this: Looking back and looking forward. I do this Read More …