As leaders, there are days we view as "diamonds," when we're able to activate the potential in those around us, or we have a huge success in our department, or we simply love the puzzle and challenges ahead of us: or, maybe all of these combined.
And then there are other days, days we call "stones," when we must convince ourselves that that we're simply off that day and that's why we say all the wrong things, or that we woke up on the wrong side of the bed, or that tomorrow will be better.
It's our choice how we handle each of these: Do they remain solely ours? Do we pass them along to others (for better or for worse)? Do we course-correct when we feel ourselves having a "stones" day?
What are your strategies for turning your day around? What difference does that make?