Last week I shared an example of deliberate practice through the story of Kobe Bryant and his insane work ethic. Now before you can attack this idea of deliberate practice, let me help further define it for you so you know how.
Deliberate practice is a highly structured and highly engaged activity with the specific goal of improving performance. Read More
Last week I introduced you to the ultimate business breaker and disrupter. As promised, today I will outline six ways you can consider disrupting yourself and your business.
When I think of a company that has repeatedly disrupted itself and as a result has withstood the test of time and continues to thrive to the tune of $33 billion dollars a year 165 years later, American Express comes to mind. Read More
In less than 48 hours from now, we will enter into 2015. And while many people will be considering making a new year’s intention (and ultimately fail!), I want you to be the success minded achiever that you are and set your BHAG—Big Hairy Audacious Goal—for the year.
In last week’s post, I promised to share the top sales strategies of one of the greatest salesmen who ever lived, at least in our lifetime no doubt: Mr. Steve Jobs.
While Steve is known for his genius marketing and pulling Apple from the precipice of disaster and captaining it into the most valuable and beloved brand in the world, he was able to do all this because he was the ultimate salesman. Read More
Now this is stating the obvious, but starting a business is no easy task. And starting a business with little to no funding or experience can be downright daunting.
Yet entrepreneurs are out there doing it every single day. Most importantly, they are succeeding at it.
So what do they do to make it all work? Read More