Month: August 2014

You’ve been at your job for a few years or more. You know the job and what is expected of you. You know your employees, what makes them tick, what ticks them off, how to get the most out of them, and what they will do in each situation. You also know the shareholders, the […]

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“Let’s schedule a conference call each week to go over the sales pipeline for our team.” Seems logical. Seems like something we should all be paying attention to, so I put it in my calendar for the entire year at 8:30 Central time for every Wednesday morning. We always start promptly at 8:30 and usually […]

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One of the hardest parts of personal growth is managing self-limiting beliefs. It’s not what you do that matters, but who you become in the process. It doesn’t matter what company you work for, what job you do, if you’re a stay at home mom or dad, or even if you’re in between opportunities. Making […]

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If you hired a consultant or “coach” to help you with your company, what would be the first thing they would change? What are the really obvious and maybe not so obvious things that just came to mind? From time to time it’s good to get another perspective. Not because you aren’t smart, but because […]

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