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Five Surefire Ways To Fail

Recently I was listening to talk radio on the way to an appointment with a potential new client. The radio host said “we don’t search out ways to fail, as we already know how to do that.” (more…)

Do You Reattach To Your Work?

We all have our favorite ways to begin our mornings. Some of us start with a cup of coffee or tea. Others roll over and immediately hop onto their phone. Could there be a better way to start your day, though? (more…)

Focusing On Goals And Feedback

Today, focus your energy, clear your head, and achieve! Now is the time for just one thing–Focus on your goal. Calm your mind. Quiet all of the distractions surrounding you. (more…)

Work Apps Contribute to Burnout

Swipe, swipe, double-tap. Scroll, pinch-and-zoom, and then there is a buzz. It’s as common to modern life as dialing a rotary phone was generations ago. But is it hurting us? (more…)

Three Ways To Manage Venting At Work

Venting is normal—despite all the ‘mindfulness’ and ‘meditation’ in the world, work is likely to create frustrations and where better to spill them than onto your co-workers? (more…)

Do You Love Challenges?

Are you a person who loves challenges, or hates them? Growing up, challenges were seen as frustrating, maddening obstacles keeping me from where I wanted to go or what I wanted to do. (more…)

Creating Positive Momentum

As John Maxwell writes, “Momentum is a leader’s best friend”. Positive momentum makes everything easier. Negative momentum makes everything more difficult. (more…)

Tomorrow is Always A Better Day

Warning: I’m sharing some real stuff this week. Do you ever feel like giving up? Do you ever feel so discouraged that even one more day of frustration will be too much too handle? (more…)

Who Is Your Enemy: Part Two

Have you taken the time to think about the temptations that are distracting you from your goals? In part two, we’ll discover what issues are standing in the way of organizations becoming truly successful. (more…)

Who Is Your Enemy?

There are many “good” organizations and very few “great” organizations. That’s mostly because when you get good, you tend to stop changing, stop growing, stop challenging and stop taking risks. (more…)