Olaf’s Frozen Adventure is a Pixar short shown before the Pixar film Coco (Leadership lessons from Coco). Olaf’s Frozen Adventure takes place in the Frozen universe and sees the return of Elsa (Idina Menzel), Anna (Kristen Bell), Kristoff (Jonathan Groff), and, of course, Olaf (Josh Gad).
The film is set in the kingdom of Arendelle, where Frozen took place. Anna, Elsa, and Olaf planned a surprise dinner for the citizens of Arendelle but things go awry when the villagers leave after the ringing of the Yule Bell and leave the dinner unattended.
Anna and Elsa then realize they have no Christmas family traditions of their own. Olaf decides to set out to find family traditions Anna and Elsa could adopt as their own.
We watch as Olaf and the reindeer Sven go door to door asking the citizens of Arendelle what their family traditions are. Read more...
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day in the United States. Because of this, I wanted to reflect on 6 things leaders should be thankful for on Thanksgiving and every other day.
There’s a lot of pain that comes with leadership. Struggles no one else ever sees. Betrayals by coworkers and friends. Business failures. And so much more.
Yet there are also things leaders should be thankful for. Let’s take a look at these today.
6 Things Leaders Should Be Thankful For Everyday
Yes, be thankful for your successes. Your successes mean you’re having an impact on the world around you.
Don’t hide your successes. Celebrate your successes and be thankful for them.
Hold up… You mean leaders should be thankful for failures? Oh yeah, leaders need to be thankful for failure. Read more...
Leadership is a delicate balance. You have your work life. Then you have your home life. And everything in-between.
Too often these lives get out of balance. Sadly, our family life is the facet of our lives that suffers.
You put in the long hours at the office. You trudge through the week. And then, when you get home, all you want to do is kick back and relax.
But that’s not what your wife needs. It’s also not what your children need.
Your family needs you.
How To Give More To Your Family
Research shows a majority of people will rate their family as their top priority in life. Next to their faith.
However, you know that no matter how much you want to love your family, you’re not giving them all your all. You’re worn out and you’re giving them your sloppy seconds. Read more...
Do you want something more for your family? Do you want them to be more, do more, and have more?
Today’s guest on the Answers From Leadership podcast is Mark Timm. And he knows a little something about transforming your family by treating it like a business.
Not only does Mark consider his FAMILY the most important business in the world. His family IS a business.
Listen to today’s Answers From Leadership podcast to hear the why and how behind this. And listen to the end to hear about the Ziglar 7-Day Family Challenge.
Listen To The Answers From Leadership Podcast
Mark, what else would you like listeners to know about you?
I’m not looking for extra empathy here but it’s not just six of the coolest kids on the planet. They’re all teenagers right now. Read more...
As we inch closer and closer to success, you may notice things begin to change. I’ve seen it happen with friends of mine.
They start to act differently. They make different, sometimes unwise, choices. They look at life differently.
Then there are those who stay true to who they are. They walk the talk. They are the real deal.
Both are dealing with their success. Just not in the same way.
The Wrong Way To Deal With Success
My heart breaks when I think of people who are considered successful yet their lives are falling down around them.
Marriages are destroyed. Families are torn apart. Businesses that appear stable crumble and fall.
Lately, I’ve watched as successful people have cheated on their wives and failed to heed the advice of others. I’ve seen others spend their money until they’re broke. Read more...