What makes a great leader? Some say it’s success, money, fame, or recognition. Well, on a deeper level, a true leader is someone who can rise above their mistakes and grow in those moments. It is easy to find a book with guidance on how to become a great leader, but growing through your mess-ups is a topic rarely covered in the leadership world. Until now…
In his new book released on January 16th, our »
Welcome to 2017! It’s a New Year, and quite possibly a new you. With each ringing in of the New Year, we all hope that this will be the year things will change. We will finally get the dream job, lose the extra weight, make more time for our families- we will finally find true happiness.
Think about it, isn’t that what we all seek? Our basic human nature urges us to find a sustaining happiness, »
Having lived in a desert climate for over three years now, I definitely require a visit to physical places with water and vegetation once in a while. More pressing, though, is my need for mental oases—refreshing conversations, thoughts, and states of mind. This need is something that I believe everyone can relate to, regardless of the physical environment they live in.
This week, Weaving Influence is proud to support the launch of a book that »
Drama. It’s not just for opening nights, matinees, and red carpets. If you have ever worked as part of a group, you have undoubtedly encountered drama at one point or another. Nate Regier is an expert at using conflict to create growth and harness potential, rather than allowing conflict to manifest itself into destructive drama.
Having experienced my fair share of drama over the course of my career, I was intrigued to learn about Nate’s concept of »
The anniversary of September 11th this past weekend was a huge reminder to me of the brokenness in the world. As I look back at the past several months, the violence seems to be increasing. I talk to people every day who feel alone, disconnected, and depressed.
That’s why I was so excited to learn I’d be working with Christine Mason on the launch of her book, Indivisible: Coming Home to Our Deep Connection. Christine »