Blog

Fear is the Mind-Killer

Fear is the Mind-Killer

Fear is common. We’ve all been afraid to take risks, make decisions, and create the change we need at certain points in our lives. Fear and anxiety are a natural part of the human experience. I used to have frequent anxiety myself, even

What Do You Value?

What Do You Value?

As a human being and a leader, it’s important to have a solid set of core values. Values define who we are and how we operate day-to-day. While we all have underlying values, most of us don’t document them and put them

Stepping onto the Mat

Stepping onto the Mat

I start every conversation with my employees, bosses, and peers in the same way: “How can I help you?” Why? First, it yields better results than “What can I do for you?” or the always ill-advised “What can you do for me?” Second

How Can I Help You?

How Can I Help You?

I start every conversation with my employees, bosses, and peers in the same way: “How can I help you?” Why? First, it yields better results than “What can I do for you?” or the always ill-advised “What can you do for me?” Second

Cows vs. Kangaroos

Cows vs. Kangaroos

When I was a kid, my father taught me one of the best lessons of my life. It was about cows. I lived in New Jersey as a child, and if you ever drove any distance through Jersey, you couldn’t do it without passing several cow farms.

How Does Your Garden Grow?

How Does Your Garden Grow?

If you’ve read my previous post: Planting Seeds for a Better Tomorrow, you’re doing the work to plant seeds for your business’s future. Your ideas are starting to germinate and take root, and your business is growing along

Planting Seeds for a Better Tomorrow

Planting Seeds for a Better Tomorrow

Businesses that thrive believe in planting seeds. Allowing ideas the time and space they need to grow is the only way to facilitate the long-term health of a company. As much as we want to believe it, there are no magic bullets

Consistency is King

Consistency is King

Consistency builds trust over time. It also builds your reputation, so to build a good reputation, you have to choose repeated positive action, again and again. Think about it: if you consistently show up on time, you build a good

Open to Everything, Attached to Nothing

Open to Everything, Attached to Nothing

While Wayne Dyer is known more as a great spiritual thinker than a keen business mind, I find this quote more applicable than almost any other to my life as a leader. . In essence, it speaks to the open-mindedness and flexibility

Preparation Makes Perfect

Preparation Makes Perfect

Being prepared is all about creating rituals for yourself, and rituals at their core are institutionalized habits. When we talk about preparation, we mean creating habits that help you succeed. Here are five of my favorite tips on how to prepare:

Real Talk: Sometimes the Problem is You

Real Talk: Sometimes the Problem is You

I’m not a perfect person (chances are, neither are you), but I do strive to keep learning and growing. That’s the most important thing you can do in life and as a leader. If you can identify your opportunities for growth

The Power of Preparation

The Power of Preparation

Before we talk about preparation, I have a couple of questions I’d like you to think about:

How often do you prepare? When do you prepare? The night before? The morning of? Never?

HOME      ABOUT      Coaching      Workshops      Retreats      Blog      Resources      Press Start      Contact      Policies

© Press Start For Leadership   |   Website by The Good Alliance 

Game-Changing Leadership

“It’s dangerous to go alone, take this!”

Download and discover these five heroic leadership skills which are required to make an effective and successful leader in the video game industry. Get instant access below.

You have Successfully Subscribed!