We automate everything from calendars to surveys, all in the promise of making things better. And yet we still have gaps in our systems. Perhaps in our attempt to design a process to make everything more efficient, we’ve lost the leadership skill of active listening.
If you’re planning to do great things in 2018, today is the day to start putting your plan together. No excuses — let’s do this.
You can admit it: you hate the feeling you get when opening your inbox to find hundreds of emails that “need” your immediate attention.
Strategic bets can drive you and your team closer to your vision. Here are six ways to go after your bets.
Goals left to themselves do not tend to lead to results, and rarely do they lead to the specific results that the goal was aiming for. Yet, many of us do set goals for the year, usually with good intentions, with no accountability or structure in place to win big.
Leaders get asked to do a lot of things. In fact, the more successful you are in life aspects, the more you will be asked to do. Here lies an irony for the successful leader – a leader in business, at home, or anywhere in life: The more I accomplish the more I have to manage.
I’m finding less people excited about the trends that create opportunities right in front of them. Many are feeling overwhelmed by issues and some are slacking on their fundamentals. Once that happens you become like a boxer on the ropes – it’s just a matter of time before you get knocked out.
As we wind down from the first 90 days of 2016, some of you have intuitively taken time to reflect on your Life Plan, measuring your progress from the decisions you made back in late December, and aiming for better results in a few key areas that were important to you.
Is your marketing dead on arrival? It is hard to know where to compete in business these days. On one hand, we all want to stand out, yet on another hand we want to make sure that we get found in all the same keyword searches as our competitors.
How do I standout in today’s marketplace? It’s a fair question and the answer may be found in your strategy. Times & tools have changed, but when serving your clients, the song remains the same: Can Your Business Find You? Sorry Madison Avenue – we’re over you. Long gone are the days where a few […]
A business can boost profits as much as 255% by retaining merely 5% more of their existing customers.
If you are in sales and your income is driven by your ability to build new relationships with clients and referral sources, this year is gearing up to be a busy one.