Ed shared a discipline of seeing things as made up of three shapes, the square, triangle, and circle. He showed us how to combine these three shapes to form complex objects. He showed us that adding dimension could turn a square into a cube, a circle into a tube or a sphere.
After I read that, I just sat back sucking my tooth and marveled.
MyLeadershipPractice offers leaders unique tools for developing skills, for working more efficiently with their teams (inside and outside their companies), and for joining a community of leaders focusing on becoming better, more effective leaders.
MyLeadershipPractice offers advertisers unique access to participate in buying decisions with a degree of specificity seldom available.
MyLeadershipPractice offers project and task teams an easy way to improve communication, cut cost, and cut time from work.
The noted leadership authority Stewart Emery says there are two conditions for growth.
A relentless commitment to tell the truth about reality, and
Surrounding yourself with people who are committed to growth.
MyLeadershipPractice uses computer technology to create a potent environment for fostering growth.
Do you make a list of your day’s activities on a 3x5 card or similar tool?
Is it a habit? (Do you do this for most workdays?)
If you added internet connectivity your 3x5 card, what would you want to be able to do?
Leadership in three areas. Learn, Do, Teach
Learning personal skills. Washington and Lincoln taught themselves their early leadership lessons by diligent reading and practice. Keeping commitments, the basis of leadership, starts as a personal activity.
Communicating as a team. Most project management team tools work inside an organization or through email. As a social network, MyLeadershipPractice allows people to easily update team streams. Each project is individually configured of the people who will be contributing, so they know about progress, can say what they need, and you know what they are doing.
Where are great leaders found? MyLeadershipPractice allows members to share their realizations about leadership to the group at large. Projects are private, lessons are shared.
Advertisers want better audiences. The internet connects to everyone efficiently. How can I attract the ones I want for business to business (B2B) transactions?
First generation (MySpace, Facebook) dumps users into one pile. You get access to everybody.
The next model was to collect people based on business affinity. (LinkedIn Groups)
MyLeadershipPractice attracts people making project decisions and provides context sensitive advertising opportunities based on their needs. When someone types a task, “Purchase Five Dump Trucks,” what is that worth to someone selling dump trucks? Advertisers have the opportunity to educate and influence the decision as it is being made.
MyLeadershipPractice is led by:
Zachary Yates is a visionary hands-on software architect who has developed several proprietary and open source tools. He is also Past President of the Association of Information Technology Professionals at DeVry University.Zach's Google + Profile