As leaders, we are always one step away from failure. Or at least that’s what we think. Risk-taking is imperative for personal and organizational growth. There are two types of risk. The classic risk which is a “Go for it. All or nothing” approach. And then there’s strategic risk, which is a constant shift towards… Continue Reading
Are you mentally and physically centered enough to make decisions that positively affect your life and the lives of others? Whether you’re a CEO, parent raising children, entrepreneur, or a student we all need to brush up on our methods of decision making from time-to-time. Some of the key aspects of how we make sound decisions… Continue Reading
What if you had a delete and refresh button for doing business in a new or better way? Tips For your business: • Whether you are in construction, a Fortune 500 Company, a non-profit, or an organization — It basically starts with your people. • Maybe a realignment of your Organization Chart is in order!?… Continue Reading
What if you had a delete and refresh button for doing business in a new or better way? The store manager of Belk’s Department Store asked a similar question of his staff. His task was to take over a store that had been opened for the previous 22 years and was perhaps getting a bit… Continue Reading
It’s not what you say, but the way that they hear it! Who are you? You are 3 people. 1. Who you are 2. Who you think you are 3. Who others perceive you to be Who do you say you are when people ask you what you do? What is your elevator speech? Our… Continue Reading
Reclaim your desk! Know what to trash and what to stash! According to Kiplinger’s Personal Finance article, Keep all of your old tax returns, and hang on to the supporting documents for three years after a return’s filling due date – six years if you have self-employment income (some states require records from earlier years… Continue Reading
Across all majors, seniors averaged between 10-11 hours a week relaxing or socializing.
Isn’t it within each of us to be the best we can be; grow in strength; support rather than destroy each other; plan for what we WANT instead of what we don’t have…
As college sophomores, Ian Bowman-Hendersona nd Niklos Salontay dreamed of instantly linking real-world objects to the wealth of information and conversations about those objects on-line.
We live in a world of information clutter. HOW, you might ask…can your message get noticed. Let’s define a message as a narrative of what makes your business special.