We all have some pet peeves when it comes to observing or interacting with others. Those words, quirks or behaviors that evoke a feeling of slight irritation. Heck, I am confident that I harbor just as many as the other guy and when it comes to some of them, I definitely annoy myself.
These pet peeves may include little things that are synonymous with nails on a chalkboard, or an itch we can’t scratch.
Most likely it’s something minor in nature, like a driver not using his directional or a woman incessantly chewing on her hair. Someone who doesn’t say please, or thank you. Someone who snaps her gum or cracks his knuckles.
Ironically, these little quirks become major annoyances. Their habits become our pet peeves and we take note of those behaviors in everyone we see. Continue reading “That’s above my pay grade.”
Leadership is not about being at the top with all of the power, but being able to steward a group of people and help them become the best they can be.
Well, technology happens – and sometimes it doesn’t! I’d be remiss if I didn’t share Thursday’s intended post for National Etiquette Week. And how ironic because it says …
A great leader works towards a goal because of their passion and drive, not for the title.
“Every time you have to speak, you are auditioning for leadership.” – James Humes
Today’s view of leadership can be so wrong!
Leaders are powerful, but it is how they use that power that distinguishes a great leader from the rest.
Sometimes the easiest choice is not the right choice!
Cutting corners in life can be so easy, but the hallmark of a good leader is the one who chooses the right, no matter the ease.
Happy National Etiquette Week! This year, the focus is on LEADERSHIP.
What do you think of when you think of leadership?
A competitive nature is something that we’ve been conditioned and taught to value. When we hear someone labeled as a winner, we equate that with tireless energy, unyielding effort and unlimited potential. The word is synonymous with success and everyone wants a winner on their team.
Continue reading “The winner takes it all.”