From the Independent Business Blogs: 1/22/20

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Independent business blogs are blogs that aren’t supported by an organization like a magazine, newspaper, company, or business school. Those people provide lots of great content, but they don’t need any additional exposure. In this post, every week, I bring you posts of quality from excellent bloggers that don’t get as much publicity.

This week, I’m pointing you to posts by Scott Eblin, LaRae Quy, David Dye, Kevin Eikenberry, and Lolly Daskal.

From Scott Eblin: You’ve Got to Leave the Launchpad If You Want to Get to the Moon

“What do you want to accomplish this year? When you step back and look at your list are there any goals that scare you or just seem like a huge stretch?”

From LaRae Quy: How You Can Be More Resilient When Things Get Hard

“Damn, why do life’s best lessons need to come wrapped up in adversity? Our obstacles will not define us; we will be defined by how we overcame them. We’ve all experienced adversity in some form; sometimes we know why, but often we don’t. The problem is that many of us let adversity control our direction in life. This is when we need to rely on our resilience to move ahead.”

From David Dye: 4 Words to Help You Build a Powerful Team

“As we talked, it became clear that Lynn cared. She was passionate about her people and their patients. But her passion had caused her to take on way too much and fail to build a powerful team.”

From Kevin Eikenberry: The Power of Consciously Changing Your Perspective

“As a leader, we can often bring a leadership perspective to a situation, but we can get lost in our own view too. Let’s talk about why perspective is so important, and why we must consciously work to build new and different perspectives so we can achieve better results.”

From Lolly Daskal: The Best Ways to Show Care To The People On Your Team

“Studies confirm what common sense tells us: people who are feel cared for at work are more engaged and effective. They’re happier, more positive and productive, and less likely to leave. Caring for the people who report to you doesn’t just make you a better boss—it has a positive effect on your entire organization, including the bottom line. Here are some proven ways to show you care:”

That’s it for this week’s selections from independent business blogs. If you liked this piece you may enjoy my curation posts on this blog. On Fridays you can wrap up your week with “Weekend Leadership Reading” consisting of choice articles on hot leadership topics culled from the business schools, the business press and major consulting firms.

How I Select Posts for this Midweek Review

The five posts I select to share in my Midweek Review of the Independent Business Blogs are picked from a regular review of about sixty blogs I check daily and an additional twenty-five or so that I check occasionally. Here’s how I select the posts you see in this review.

They must be published within the previous week.

They must support the purpose of the blog: to help leaders at all levels do a better job and lead a better life.

They must be from an independent business blog.

As a general rule, I only select posts that stand on their own, no selections from a series.

Also as a general rule, I do not select posts that are either a book review or a book report.

I reserve the right to make exceptions to the above.

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