David Cottrell says there are two types of people: high-energy performers and energy sappers. The ratio of energizers to sappers is important for the team to be successful. And it’s not a 1:1 ratio. Who is on your team?
How well do you combine your personal life and your business life? Do you try to be one way in one part of your life and another way in another part of your life? It’s all YOU. Can you really separate yourself?
Are you working efficiently and smart, or are you out of control? Stop, take a breath, and read this article: Make sure you’re working effectively.
Do you wonder about following up with prospects – how, how often, what do I say? This article by Robert Middleton provides 3 client attracting steps to master.
How do you access the wisdom that surrounds you? How do you respond to it? Some things to think about.
Conversation is the life-blood of the knowledge economy of today. Conversation skills are key. Read on to learn more about the impact of better workplace conversations.
Insights are a lot like butterflies – while there are things you can do to make them more or less likely, it’s ultimately not up to us when they land.
Don’t avoid it any longer. Take some action, any action right now that you’ve been avoiding. You’ll be glad you did.
Going into a project, how do you know when you’ll be finished? Taking the time to define success & failure at the beginning can make a big difference in the long run.
No matter what your role is in an organization, consider how you can inspire people on to greater things.