Better, Better, Best

practice
Much the same way professional athletes practice (even more than when they were first learning), so should leaders. Finding the advice, model, wisdom that fits you and your work is important. Blending your style with “accepted” best practices (like leading situationally and reading clever articles like The Management Art of Cooking) is equally important.  And, practicing every day…is most important.
Connecting with our individual teammates, evaluating every meal, thinking and talking about our blind sides…is like practicing a 10 foot putt until you make 3 in a row.  It’s how we get better, stay better, taste better, look better.

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