Lessons from My Calls with Bob (5 of 9)

2021-09-13T23:16:57+00:00September 7th, 2021|Blog|

Over Deliver 9x Out of 10 To Earn an Under Intro: Teammate Jayme Markus often has two little eyes peering over her shoulder during Zoom calls. It is her cat, Doug. As a way to share leadership lessons gained from Four Loop Learning Zoom calls, Doug is kindly here to help summarize them. Below is

Lessons from My Calls with Bob (6 of 9)

2021-09-13T23:17:34+00:00September 7th, 2021|Blog|

Get Your Brain In the Sweet Spot to Generate Ideas Intro: Teammate Jayme Markus often has two little eyes peering over her shoulder during Zoom calls. It is her cat, Doug. As a way to share leadership lessons gained from Four Loop Learning Zoom calls, Doug is kindly here to help summarize them. Below is

Lessons from My Calls with Bob (7 of 9)

2021-09-13T23:16:15+00:00September 7th, 2021|Blog|

Focus on the $5 problems, not the $.05 problems. Intro: Teammate Jayme Markus often has two little eyes peering over her shoulder during Zoom calls. It is her cat, Doug. As a way to share leadership lessons gained from Four Loop Learning Zoom calls, Doug is kindly here to help summarize them. Below is

Lessons from My Calls with Bob (8 of 9)

2021-09-13T23:18:33+00:00September 7th, 2021|Blog, DougDen|

Having the Courage to Test New Things Intro: Teammate Jayme Markus often has two little eyes peering over her shoulder during Zoom calls. It is her cat, Doug. As a way to share leadership lessons gained from Four Loop Learning Zoom calls, Doug is kindly here to help summarize them. Below is number eight of

Medical Update for my Friends

2021-08-11T19:53:09+00:00August 11th, 2021|Blog, Courage to Lead, Featured, Perspectives|

Greetings to so many of my caring friends! Recently I have joined the Head and Neck Cancer Alliance as an Ambassador with two initial responsibilities: mentoring those with head and neck cancer who have requested support and raising donations to help those patients and their caregivers in need.  In August I watched a 2-hour webinar

Series: Reflections from Boss’D

2021-09-13T23:26:14+00:00June 9th, 2021|Blog, Boss'd|

Malaise I love the e-book fable format (from last week,  here)! You are giving Patrick Lencioni a serious run for his money. I’m less crazy about the ratios. Rather than reduce humanity to an equation, I’d rather see you continue to ask the right “Socratic dialogue” questions. By the way, Socrates might also tell

Lessons From My Calls with Bob: Lesson 4 of 9

2021-09-13T23:22:01+00:00June 9th, 2021|Blog, DougDen|

Build a Personal Board of Directors “You become like the five people you spend the most time with. Choose carefully.” — Jim Rohn “Show me your friends and I’ll show you your future.” — Mark Ambrose “You need to associate with people that inspire you, people that challenge you to rise higher, people that

Reflection: Combating Our Excuse’s Perception

2021-04-23T12:21:22+00:00April 22nd, 2021|Blog, Boss'd|

Insights from Boss’d As Four Loop Learning grows, we want to intentionally increase the perspectives that are shared with you. That is why we are thrilled to introduce you to one of our very own community members, and dear friends, Andrew O’Hearn. Inspired by the Salty Dog-theme, his Boston Terrier, Boss’d (pronounced “Boss-D”) will

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