“I didn’t realize that was offensive.” Most people never think about the cliches they use in the workplace – until they experience the trauma. They don’t understand that common phrases can be obstacles to creating the disruptive innovation they desire.
The end of the first quarter is coming this week. Are you on track to meet your disruptive goals? In this assessment, I’ll ask several questions that I use in my executive coaching. Answering these questions at this time and being completely honest will help you stay on the best track to achieve your disruptive success.
In this article, we delve into the provocative question about the evolving change in the purpose of work. I know this is rather esoteric but a serious question that technology will demand that we answer in the coming decade.
This may be the most important blog post you have read. I’m serious. If you work as an accountant, assembly line worker, warehouse worker, stock analyst, quality control inspector, driver, paralegal, radiologist, or mortgage underwriter, this post might help you prevent a career disaster. Artificial Intelligence is about to displace thousands if not millions of…
We are quickly entering a danger area for many businesses. The alarms are sounding but are leaders listening? With the development of automation, much of the tasks we do today will be replaced by machines tomorrow. Many careers that are attractive today will be done by a robot tomorrow. In many cases, that change has…
What if they say “No!”? Whenever we reach higher to do something great, there is a risk that others will reject us. How can we overcome that fear of rejection?Those that follow me know that I’m passionate about disruptive thinking, incredible opportunities and doing what we never thought possible. There are far too many phenomenal opportunities to live our dreams. Unfortunately, most are content playing it safe, in part because they are afraid of being rejected.
Damian Jackson made it. As a Navy Seal, he achieved what very few others had. So why did he quit at age 24? In this article, we continue our discussion on risk and innovation. Here we examine a provocative story of a man who did what many wouldn’t. In the end, my purpose is to challenge you to do something that you have always wanted to do but didn’t. I want you to take the next step in becoming a disruptive leader.