What type of power do you use to get things done? In this tip, Michael Neil reminds of us of another type of power that is available to us and what we can do to tap into it.
It’s the time of year to take a good look at your business – what went well & what needs attention? Here’s an exercise to help you assess & create goals for the new year.
Do you take time to think about your business on a regular basis or are you too busy putting out fires? Successful leaders take time to plan. This Tip by Courtney Lynch provides questions to help you reflect on what’s transpired and what you want to have happen this year.
This Tip looks at why we tend to skip that critical first step to resetting our priorities for the remainder of the year – acknowledging our success.
Want to get more value from the performance review you are about to receive? Sean Lynch provides a great strategy in this Tip.
Time to reflect on what you intended and accomplished this year. In this week’s Tip, I help you get started by sharing my results and learnings for 2013. We lead off, though, with my holiday gift to you!
When my children ran track in high school, they were taught that successful runners run through the finish line, not just to it. As an observer, I could see the difference and the improved results. As the runner, they could, too. How do you perform at work? Are you running to or through the finish line of your projects? This week’s Tip by Steve Straus takes this comparison to the work setting.
I love this week’s Tip by Steve Straus. It flipped my viewpoint on uncertainty with the vision of the child at play. How about you?
Want some help with insights and problem solving? Simon Tyler recommends intuitive writing. To learn more, read on!
This is the second of our two-part series about assumptions. When you assume something, you’re drawing a conclusion without concrete evidence to back it up. In Part One, we explored where assumptions come from and how they limit our success. In today’s post, we’ll take a look at how you can challenge your assumptions and keep them from getting in your way.