It’s said that outdoor trail running requires making constant, small adjustments that treadmill running does not.

The uneven, and sometime unpredictable, terrain simply asks it.

As a result, tiny muscles that otherwise wouldn’t, become conditioned.

And the whole of one’s running is better for it.

We’ve all been running over very uneven and unpredictable ground the last year.  I’m wondering about the small tweaks, the micro adjustments – rather than the large pivots – that we’ve made that have contributed to being and living better, overall.

And that have made us stronger.

Planning Your Conference?  Keynote Topics for Conferences, Events, and Board Retreats

Bringing the Outside In: Cultivating the Soil of Entrepreneurship in Your Organization
How to foster speed, grow innovation, and encourage hustle

From Uncertainty to Metamorphosis: The 3 Critical Factors of Magnificent Leadership® for Right Now
How to use the unknown, grow and expand, and come out on the other side to a brighter future

Sifting Gold from Silt: Identify, Deconstruct, and Codify Your Success
Distill your internal best practices, create distinct advantage, and best your competition

Magnificent Leadership®: Building Self-Correcting Teams™
Forget high performance and instead build a team that can function without you

Communication and Conviction: Leadership Courage for 2021
The 5 characteristics of superior, visionary leaders who inspire greatness in their organizations

Reconnecting with Resilience℠ — Strategically and Successfully Leading
The 4 key investments to make in yourself and your team

Magnificent Leadership® – Keys to Leading through Uncertainty and Volatility with Success
Transform Uncertainty, Transcend Circumstance, and Claim the Future: Applying the 8 key factors