The devil is in the details.by George S. Everly Jr.
Leadership in the best of times is challenging. Leadership in crisis is harder still. But there is a third type of leadership that must certainly be the most challenging of all—one that seizes upon adversity, and even crisis, as an opportunity for transformation and growth.by George S. Everly Jr.
With time and use, the brain develops preferential pathways for information processing, decision making and action. The more we do anything, we alter our brains to become better at it. This includes worry, irritability, impulsiveness and patterns of thought that contribute to poor decision making.by George S. Everly Jr.