Have you had to compromise on who you are as a team for the “greater good” of reaching your organizational goals?
There is this idea that an organization which is ‘Values-Based’ is good and doing the right thing. It’s like a badge of honor, but is it true?
Forget reading Richard Branson books and pulling core values out that sound nice to you. These will actually lead you away from who you are.
It’s funny what someone picks out of a conversation. Recently I appeared on Rick Jordan’s podcast ALL IN. As we were discussing how Living Blueprint started Read More
The Founder and CEO of Mindvalley, New York Times best-selling author Vishen Lakhiani is out with a new book, The Buddha and the Badass: Read More
Recently someone asked me, what is the symbolism of your logo and it occured to me, that I had never actually explained it before.
The symbol (our logo) was designed by the team at SkyRocket Digital Read More
When organizations experience major external crises they often run the risk of being consumed by it so much so that they react in ways that might be ok in the short-term, Read More
The beating heart of business is people. No people, no business. Therefore in order to understand what drives business, you’ve got to understand what makes people tick. Read More
One of the best feelings in life is knowing that the work you did with someone continues to have a profound impact on their lives and their growth as a founder and leader. Read More