When it comes to running a meeting, having a simple framework to follow and prepare for is the key to success. Here’s a simple agenda you and your team can use for all regularly scheduled meetings.
Getting more from your people begins with you, as the leader, showing personal care and concern for them and their development, both personally and professionally. Here are four specific actions that you can implement today.
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.
Like many leaders, Christy Walker knows how difficult it can be to make time for herself. After starting her RE/MAX Signature franchise on the eve of the Great Recession in 2007, the Phoenix real estate broker kept her team afloat through several tough years and even grew her company — but she still struggled to […]
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.
The process of planting seed can be exciting. During this time the vision is fresh, expectations are high, and energy levels are at their peak. However, planting seed is not the end of the process. Highly Productive People know it’s just the beginning. They understand the power of watering and waiting.
Your success is dependent on your ability to accept criticism.
We are a generous nation. In 2014 we gave over $358 Billion to charitable organizations
Not long ago I had a big dream come true with the accomplishment of one of my major bucket list items. I completed the Hood to Coast 198-mile relay race in Oregon.
Planning is crucial, but over planning usually hinders more than it helps.