Where’s Your Accountability Mr. Williams?

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When I was 6 years old I jumped off of a wall and broke my leg. I remember it like it was yesterday. Unfortunately it wasn’t. It was 52 years ago. I remember how my wife had the shakes during the birth of our son 31 years ago. I remember the thrill of competition I enjoyed in my first Boston Marathon 21 years ago. I have a hard time believing that if someone’s helicopter was or was not hit over a war zone 12 years they would have a problem remembering that. I think you’d remember that incident the rest of your life.

Stepping Up To Be Accountable

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Accountability shows up in many places and in many ways. Accountability is easy to recognize when someone does what they tell you they are going to do. The lack of accountability is also easy to distinguish when someone fails to deliver on their promise. But, what does accountability have to do with a 10 year old girl helping rescue workers communicate with a deaf woman trapped in a car? Everything!

Big Dreams Deliver Big Results

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One of Steve Jobs’ famous quotes is, “Dream Bigger.”  Steve understands that many times we are not limited by other people or elements beyond our control but rather we limit our self.  Small dreams do not motivate us to try big things.  If we set our activities on small goals then that is all we can achieve, and we naturally …

Is It Time To Quit?

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“I’m not a quitter.”  We’ve heard this battle cry before.  But sometimes we need to be objective enough to evaluate our progress, our current position and the possibilities that lie ahead if we continue down the same path.  Many times the true “winners” are those people who know when enough is enough, eliminate allocating valuable resources in a losing effort …

Long Term Success

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I had the opportunity recently to attend a symposium in New York City.  The topic was the legislative career of Ted Kennedy.  Two of the speakers were Caroline Kennedy and Justice Stephen Breyer.  It was incredibly insightful to hear about the traits and characteristics of Senator Kennedy that contributed to his successes.  Senator Kennedy served for 47 years and participated …