Want to increase your likelihood of business success? Learn the universal challenges all business owners face and what to do about them in this Tip.
Want to change your leadership style? This Tip by Randy Conley provides an easy process to remember.
Feeling stuck, out of focus and that there’s too much to do? This week’s Tip by David Cottrell provides 6 acknowledgements to shift your viewpoint.
Do you fill every minute of every day with activities? According to this week’s Tip by Steve Straus, It’s possible that this habit may play against your ability to take advantage of opportunities. If this is you, I encourage you to read on…
My office phone rang and it was a client looking for some information. Happy to help! As I hung up, my cell phone rang. Telemarketer. Remove me from your call list, please. Both calls were interruptions and unanticipated events. The former a good one, the second not. If you want a strategy for dealing with time wasting kind of interruptions such as the latter example, read this week’s Tip by Donald Wetmore.
Ever have one of those days when nothing seems to go right? You take one step forward and two steps back? Even during those times when everything feels out of control, you can choose to be in control of one thing – your attitude. Read this week’s Tip by Chris Widener with thoughts about choosing your attitude.
What if you could access your courage at any time? This week’s Tip by Angie Morgan and Courtney Lynch provides ideas to help you find your courage.
In addition to celebrating their successes, each time I talk to my coaching clients, we look at potential obstacles that could be holding them back from reaching their goals. This week’s Tip highlights frequent stumbling blocks along with recommendations to overcome them.
The topic of balance has been coming up in a number of recent coaching calls. Questions posed are: Is there such a thing? How do I get more of it? As a business owner/CEO, don’t I get to design my day? This week’s Tip by Todd Duncan makes the assertion that you are never actually balanced. Bummer! Read below to find out why.
When my clients are avoiding making a decision, I have them imagine the best result and the worst result of their decision. This process gets the issues on the table so they can be dealt with. Many times, they see that their indecision is only making things worse. This week’s Tip by Neil Ducoff provides additional thoughts on decision making for leaders.