What All Leaders Can Learn from NASCAR

This weekend the NASCAR racing series returns to the Talladega Speedway. Last year I was interviewed by Megan Englehart of Fox Sports about the pressures facing young drivers in the Truck Series elimination race at this track. As the circuit returns to Talladega this year, I’ve reflected on some lessons all leaders can learn from high-pressure events […]

What We Can Learn From Adversity

Adversity comes in many forms. It could be the loss of a big game, failing to get a promotion, a bombed presentation or losing a business deal to a competitor. More seriously, adversity may come in the form of  being fired, having significant financial difficulty, a relationship ending or serious illness. Regardless of the variety, […]

Understanding Process and Outcome

If I had to select one concept that is most important for performers to understand to achieve sustainable excellence, it would be grasping the relationship between process and outcome. We are trained by our companies, coaches and society to focus on outcomes. Did you win or lose the game? Did you win or lose the […]

Are You a Performer?

Greetings. Are you a performer?  Your stage may not be a literal one – it may be a work place, or your home life – but you love the show, the adrenaline that comes with it, and the artistry it demands.  When you get ready to go to work, you say to yourself, “Show’s on,” […]