The 6 Most Popular Posts From the Past 6 Years

This week marks the 6th Anniversary of! 

Following a theme of “6” – each day this week you will receive a Special 6th Anniversary Post sharing 6 Special Items:

Thank You to the 267 Guest Post Authors!

As you may remember – nine weeks – 18 posts after the launch of I had a crisis – I was completely out of content.  But then I was saved by a question:  Would other Bloggers who had written posts related to my theme of “Leading With Questions” allow me to repost their posts as “Guest Posts” on my blog?  (of course with full attribution to them, including their photo, their brief bio and any weblinks they would like)

There was only one way to find out – ASK!  So I searched and found 5 really good posts that related to my theme of “Leading With Questions” –  and sent off emails to the authors requesting their permission.  That morning I wondered if I would hear from any of them.  But within 24 hours all 5 had responded with enthusiastic “Yes’s!”

If you have been following for any length of time you know that I am much more a “Curator” of great “Leading With Questions” content than an “Orginator.”  And the result is that you and I are the beneficiaries as great leaders from around the globe have shared their wisdom, stories and best questions with all of us!

Today I want to express my sincere “Thanks” to all 267 Guest Post Authors who have taught all of us!

Here are the 6 Most Popular Posts from the past 6 years:

  1. “The Art of Active Listening” by Marilena Minucci
  2. “Can You Actually Help People by Just Asking Them Questions” by Hal Mayer
  3. “What Do You Need to: Start – Stop – Continue”  by Frank Lio
  4. “15 Outstanding Questions Leaders Ask Themselves Everyday” by Brian Mohr
  5. “Would You Like To Know How The Walt Disney World Textile Services Lowered Their Annual Employee Turnover Rate From 85% To Less Than 10%?” 
  6. “50 Great Coaching Questions” by Darren Poke

Helping you increase your Leadership Effectiveness X10 by moving from “Leading by Telling” to “Leading With Questions” continues to be my only focus!

In closing, may I ask you for a huge favor?  Would you please take a few minutes to share with me how I might serve you more effectively during the coming year?  I am eager to hear and learn from you!


Bob Tiede


Bob has been on the staff of Cru for 52 years. He currently serves on the U.S. Leadership Development Team and is passionate about seeing leaders grow and multiply their effectiveness. Bob and his wife, Sherry, live in Plano, TX and are blessed with 4 incredible children and 8 remarkable grandchildren.


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2 thoughts on “The 6 Most Popular Posts From the Past 6 Years

  1. Daryl Nuss says:

    Bob, I appreciate all the effort you are putting into getting us all to ask better questions. I just realized that I’m signed up for your blog.

    1. Bob Tiede says:

      Daryl it is my pleasure! Honored to have you as one of my subscribers!

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