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This blog will help you take your career and leadership challenges beyond the problems to find solutions. Come here not just to learn new ideas but to take action!
Trust is an Accelerator
There is no shortage of articles and books on the principle of trust, yet trust is declining rather than improving in many organizations. Let’s change that.
Vision – Why You Need to Know Your “Why”
Crafting your vision and knowing your “why” of your team, division, or organization is critical to charting the path to success. Read more to find out how.
Birthday Reflections 2019 – Lessons, Victories, and Future Improvements
Today is my birthday, and I love taking milestone moments to stop and reflect on life. Since this is the first birthday since I started this website and blog, I’ll start sharing some of these personal thoughts with you.
Five Factors of Leadership and Team Success
These five factors of leadership and team success, when applied, can be life changing. Read through them and discover what may be missing in your leadership approach. Find more success as a team.
Change is Hard, but Possible
Change is hard. There is no way to get around that fact. The behaviors we do today have been built over our entire lifetimes of experience. To expect yourself or someone else to immediately change a big part of who they are is a pipe dream. Yet change is possible. Read on to find out how….
Keep Going – Don’t Let Negative Forces Slow You Down
Forces we face in life aren’t always those that we choose. Sometimes they feel more like collisions with other moving objects or those that are stationary. These collisions we face in life can be things like actual forces of nature, conflicting opinions with other people, our personal weaknesses, or office politics.
So if we have positive momentum in the direction we want to go, what then are the best things we can do to overcome these negative forces, keep moving, and even continue to accelerate towards our goals?
10 Minutes to Progress Using Newton’s 2nd Law
Force = Mass X Acceleration The acceleration of an object is based on 2 key factors – the force applied and the mass of the object. As the mass increases, a larger force is needed to result in the same amount of acceleration. So what would we compare the “mass” as we consider accelerations in […]
Welcome to the More Than Engineering Blog
What I believe I believe that… Each of us has unlimited potential Too often we limit ourselves, which then limits those around us Fundamental laws of the universe have applications to us as humans We all need help and assistance on the road of life I believe that you can be more than an engineer, scientist, […]
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