The baby steps on ‘being a leader’ I’m now taking have been interesting to say the least. With just under four years of formal leadership positions under my belt, I’m barely scratching the surface. But in the past few months, a hidden burden revealed itself to me. Continue reading →
“Never be the smartest person in the room.” It’s a common saying, and a favourite piece of advice to those in positions of leadership. But is saying it enough? What if we are guilty of thinking it? Will it matter? Continue reading →
I was browsing my Facebook feed last night and saw four different people (from three different industries) share the same graphic: the one titled “Always Leave the Office on Time.” Let’s get it out of the way: I have a huge issue with the statements on that picture. Continue reading →
It’s quite the workforce we’re in now, my generation. Billionaires under the age of 30 seem to pop up every few months or so. Tech moguls look barely out of grad school. And for many of us average guys, in leadership positions – managing people – by the time we hit our mid-twenties. Continue reading →
Let me start this with a trivia: I’m introverted. Anyone who has known me for the past few years will beg to disagree, and I expect no less of them. The truth is, the confidence I’m grateful to have now is a never-ending journey – all by design.