No one ever aims to be average. Whether it’s our career, marriage, health, parenting, finances or relationships, I don’t think anyone sets out hoping that their life turns out to be average. Yet too many of us end up there despite our best intentions. And sometimes we end up in places much worse than average. […]
I am so excited about 2016! As Building Champions celebrates our 20th anniversary, I am pleased to announce the release of my newest book Living Forward: A Proven Plan to Stop Drifting and Get the Life You Want. I wrote it with my longtime client and friend Michael Hyatt, and my belief is that this […]
Your leadership legacy is determined by the decisions you make and the influence you have. To have the greatest influence and make the best decisions, you need to see the business from five perspectives. In just 15 minutes, CEO and Executive Coach, Daniel Harkavy, teaches you how to identify the perspectives you lean toward, and shore up those […]
“I can’t do it all. I can’t be it all. I’m crazed!” Have you ever heard anything like that?
This past year has been a year of real growth for me. One of the biggest areas of growth has been around how my team and I share what we do with a potential enterprise buyer. As we all know, the profession of executive coaching has exploded in the past few decades. I remember how […]
Healthy conflict is a mandatory ingredient to make a high performing team.
You can always feel a difference in the energy of a leader when they are playing to win in comparison to those playing not to lose.
Donald Miller continues to add value by sharing his story and his thinking with all of us in his newly released, New York Times Best Selling book, “Scary Close.”
Leaders need to take the time to reflect. To assess where we are in comparison to our plans. To assess how we are leading, thinking about and making decisions
When you make the decision to become a healthy person, you will begin the process of being able to add more value to the areas of life that are most important to you.
Our gut reaction is to think we’re helpless in our circumstances and that the world is to blame. This kind of thinking might make us feel relieved temporarily, but it doesn’t help us long-term.
“Time keeps on slippin’, slippin’, slippin’ into the future.” The Steve Miller Band’s Fly Like an Eagle isn’t just a classic song, it relates to one of my greatest challenges as an Executive Coach – helping those I work with — to redeem their time.