No matter what we do to avoid it, there are always times when we feel stressed out and overwhelmed. When that happens, what do you do? Here's what our President and CEO, Jeff Van Fleet, recommends.
But despite our best efforts to avoid high-pressure situations, we inevitably find ourselves dealing with them. Since we can't avoid them, Jeff Van Fleet (Lighthouse's President and CEO) shares his philosophy on leadership under pressure.
At a time when the whole nation seems increasingly polarized and divided, Lighthouse CEO Jeff Van Fleet reminds us that perception is reality. So whenever things seem bad, keeping a positive outlook can go a long ways towards a happier and balanced life.
It's the most wonderful time of the year. Unfortunately, it's also the most distracting. So when Lighthouse CEO Jeff Van Fleet was facing writer's block he came up with a novel idea to share what's whizzing through his head: a word search!
In honor of Thanksgiving, Lighthouse President and CEO Jeff Van Fleet discusses his favorite tradition, which occurs during the annual Thanksgiving carry-in.
With the election looming ever closer, and the rhetoric amping up on both sides, Jeff Van Fleet, Lighthouse President and CEO, has some sage advice: remember the Golden Rule.
Whether you're at home or at work, taking action is important. Sometimes it can mean having an uncomfortable conversation or two—but if you don't stand for something, who else will? After all, you can't cross the ocean by staring at the water.
Whether it's in the workplace, in my home, or out at the bar, there's a phrase I like to use to describe the people love being around: they're "Can do" people. Their drive stay positive and get things done always inspires me—and I think we all could be a little more like them.
Fresh off the Cleveland Cavs' 2016 NBA Championship, Jeff Van Fleet, Lighthouse's President and CEO, is thinking about what it takes to win. In short, it's not just having determination; it's having the right frame of mind as well.
This month, Jeff Van Fleet, Lighthouse's President and CEO, is pondering effective ways to manage our time. Sure, it's easy to make time for things that are important and urgent; but what about all those other things that are equally important, but not necessarily pressing?