A little can go a long way.
This weekend, I made the flight from San Francisco to Wichita, Kansas. I'd been here twice before, but both trips were nearly half my life ago.
My father and mother, uncles and aunts, came as well.
We all arrived to support my cousin's graduation from high school.
I didn't think twice before booking my flight and I suspect most of my family didn't either.
Still, my uncle was clearly very moved by the effort we'd all made to support his daughter; a gesture he won't forget.
It dawned on me this morning, the seemingly insignificant acts we make, both good and bad, can make an indelible impression.
We should make an effort to double-down on the good ones.
Your credibility can erode by the second. Literally.
Honoring your commitments is the easiest way to communicate you’re invested in both the mission at hand and the people you’re leading.
Arriving on time may seem insignificant, but it’s the simplest behaviors, good and bad, that compound over time and make all the difference.
Showing a reverence for the only resource we can’t make more of exemplifies the integrity of a person worth following.