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Your Attitude Is Your Altitude

Last night I enjoyed a dinner conversation with a Popeyes leader who oversees more than a dozen restaurants. In our chat, we were reflecting on how grateful we both were for the momentum in our business – and how blessed we felt to be a part of this company. I was so impressed with this person’s genuine love of the restaurant  »  

Is Leadership An Extreme Sport?

My father was my encourager in life. If I wanted to try something new, he was all for it. He was my greatest fan and his encouragement made me feel special. I only have one memory of my father saying a discouraging thing – and that was at my tumbling class when I was 7 years old. He had watched me struggle painfully for over an hour of  »  

In Honor Of My Favorite Boss

Looking back over the years, it is so easy to see why you were my favorite boss. But at the time, I didn’t have enough life experience to know just how special you were. Please accept this letter as my way of honoring you for the positive impact you made on my life. These are the things that I remember: Working For You Was Fun  »  

Your Motive Is Known

While touring restaurants in Chicago a few years ago, I met a restaurant manager who was doing a great job and doing it with great joy. It was obvious in everything she did that she was in this job for a reason. I asked her what she enjoyed most about her job and to no surprise she was ready with the answer. She said, “This is  »  

Top 10 Things I Love About You

When I think of you, I wish that every employee in our company had your traits. I can only imagine what our business results would be if they did. To celebrate the way that you contribute to each day, I have brought together this list of the Top 10 Things I Love about You: You Do Not Whine Or Complain – You refuse to be a victim  »  

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