Happy New Year. Anyone reading this with a hangover? 🙂
Just a guess. A hunch. Been there done that.
On a scale of 1-10, with 10 the highest, how much thought have you put into your big, audacious goals for 2010?
You don’t even want to know mine. Seriously. It’s like a 15, or maybe a 20!
That’s totally flipping out of control, isn’t it? Maybe some of you are still drunk, but pinky-swear, that’s the real number.
Okay, here comes the “Hail Mary Pass“ – I ain’t waiting to find out my time is almost up, and then try to start doing something great.
I also am not going to wait for another potentially serious wake-up call to get my butt in gear.
Different strokes for different folks.
“Let no one ever come to you without leaving better and happier.” — unknown
That’s all there is to say today.
Not really. But I’m gonna zip it and hopefully the quote will plant a seed of greatness in your soul and your work this coming year – it’s only two days away.
Seth Godin announced his November Top Book picks. Click here.
Most people, like I was three months ago, are clueless who Seth Godin is.
If you are serious about your career, and committed to becoming better at your leadership performance, and especially your leadership thinking, you better should become familiar with Seth Godin.
I first read Purple Cow (about being remarkable) and now Tribes (about, well, stay tuned).
Seth Godin is also on You Tube and you can start to see how refreshingly different, and amazingly brilliant, his thinking is.
But wait. I almost forgot. Most humans (like 90%) are not proactively seeking change. Leaders say they embrace change, but how often do you see leaders transforming themselves and others?