Leaders don’t have all the answers. Does that take away from their power? This Tip by David Novak discusses this concept.
I share this “How to say ‘No'” technique with my overworked and overwhelmed clients quite often. This week’s Tip by Angie Morgan provides 3 simple ways to say no or at least buy yourself more time.
Are you decisive or indecisive? If your answer is that it depends on the situation, you need to think about the impact of that answer. In this week’s Tip, Sal Monastero shares the ramifications of being a definite maybe.
I’m working to get all of my marketing messages the same in each place I show up. It’s not an easy task. See #4 below. This week’s Tip is a reminder of all of the places and ways we can reinforce our brand.
Whether you own your own company, manage others or are an individual contributor, you have a “boss.” Your boss may be your board of directors, your clients, and/or your manager. No matter which category applies to you, this week’s Tip provides a great checklist for making your boss love you!
Many times when we think of leadership, the image that comes to mind is of someone who leads a company. This week’s Tip by Joelle Jay, reminds us that you can be a leader in any part of your life! You can be a leader wherever you choose.
I belong to a networking group, WBN, that meets once a month. Long standing member, Linda Tatten of Travel by Tatten, exemplifies the skill of making yourself memorable. She always starts her 15 second introduction with, ” Imagine…” and then shares a beautiful image from a trip she is planning. It’s perfect! This week, Loren Ekroth shares 5 ways to stand out and be remembered.
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?
What difference would you make to your own business if you took a moment to be your own customer just once a month?
This article by Loren Ekroth highlights the impact on your integrity of not keeping your word and 5 tips for keeping your agreements.