My latest book, Reel Leadership, is now available on Amazon
. If you love movies and leadership, you will love this book.
It’s hard to believe James Cameron’s Avatar movie was released 13 years ago. There have been plans for multiple sequels ever since. This past weekend saw the first sequel realized.
Avatar: The Way Of Water splashed into theaters around the world. It’s well on its way to making more fans. And I’m one of those.
The movie takes us back to the world of Pandora. Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) is now living with his family on the alien planet. He’s taken a Na’vi partner, Neytiri (Zoe Saldana), and spawned many children. Their world is looking great.
That is, until the humans return.
This time, they’ve come with a vendetta. They’re back to take out Sully and those who stand in their way. Read more...
To some, the word discipline is a dirty word. It’s a word they hate to hear and hate to use.
After all, discipline doesn’t sound sexy. The word connotes a dying to self. A falling in line. A giving up of oneself.
Photo by Nirav Insomniac
And it does. But that’s not bad.
Discipline is a needed trait as a leader. Getting to become a disciplined leader is a good thing.
The Power In Becoming A Disciplined Leader
There is much benefit that can come from becoming a disciplined leader. While you may not be able to see the benefits at first, you will be able to see them after becoming disciplined (or after reading this, haha).
By strengthening your self-control, establishing your mind, and becoming disciplined, you will: Read more...