While many people mistakenly excuse lack of productivity during the holiday period, NOW is the time when you can get out in front and gain some serious strides on the competition.
When I was in real estate, most of my colleagues went into hibernation mode in December. Since many people do not buy or sell houses around the holiday season, they rationalized taking it easy—big mistake! Read More
Talk to almost anyone today, and they complain about having “no time.” It is obviously a boast disguised as a complaint when you hear this.
Our most frequent response when we hear someone say how crazy-busy they are: “That’s a good problem to have” or even “Better than the opposite.” And it isn’t ER nurses, doctors or people with three different minimum wage jobs who say they are “crazy-busy.” It is people like you and me who are lamenting our own self-imposed busyness. Read More
In the Ask Me Anything blog post, I reached out to you asking what questions you had for me and how I could provide further mentoring towardsyour personal development and growth. Today, I will address one of your questions.
This one comes from Dale Marcouillier who asked:
“For someone like myself who is picking up the mantle for the next generation, what advice would you have for assisting others recognize the need to invest in their own personal development?”
To answer this question, I want to show you an excerpt of a training I did where I revealed how I develop my skills. Read More
Notice the graph on the left.
Meetings account for ONE-THIRD of a CEO’s entire work life.
This says two things:
3-Point Game Plan to (Way More!) Productive Meetings
I think it would be frightening to know exactly how much productive life force is squashed in unproductive, rudderless, meandering, ineffective, blathering, brain-numbing meetings. Read More
Are you an egotistical, arrogant narcissist?
YOU ARE if you can’t delegate.
Delegation requires HUMILITY—recognition that you are not the only competent person in your organization or family.
Here’s the first step to building your humility: Admit what you suck at.
The problem is you think you can do everything better, quicker, simpler than anyone else, so you do it all yourself. Read More