Measuring the Milestones of Life

milestones

Have you ever stopped to think what the milestones in your life are telling you? Or do you even keep track of those moments? We all have decisions, outcomes, and experiences that shape and mold the person we become. Some call these defining moments. Taking a look at the list of the key moments can be very […]

10 Things You May Not Know About Procrastination

procrastination

Yes, PROCRASTINATION. We all deal with it at some time or another. Have you noticed that the degree of procrastination often is directly proportional to the size of the task? Well, it is for me. So there I was, inside of 12 hours before press deadline. Normally, I am well ahead of these articles by […]

BUSINESS LEADERSHIP – 5 STEPS TO HELP YOU DELEGATE AND ELEVATE

delegating-at-work

Is your time getting away from you? What would it look like if you only worked the hours you want to, but got everything done? Can you effectively delegate? One of the surest ways to break through the ceiling and get to where you want to go is to delegate and elevate yourself to your God-given unique […]

Do Your Problems Seem Bigger Than Actual Size?

Big Problems

Do you sometimes make things bigger than they really are? When you face a challenge, can you see it in proper perspective? Or do you have a tendency to make things bigger than they really are? The great social activist Chicken Little was quoted as saying “The sky is falling” when he had merely been […]

Leaders: What is the Right Answer?

getting it right

It has been said there is one big difference between management and leadership. Management is doing things right. Leadership is doing the right things. Have you ever asked yourself this question? What IS the right answer anyway? For people in leadership roles, you are looked upon for the right answer. You better be able to […]

Calling All Remote Workers

Work at Home

Since 2000 there has been a growing trend to let workers do their duties remotely; telecommuting it was once called. With the availability of so much good technology, it seemed extra generous of employers to allow workers to avoid the hassles of doing a daily commute. The company saved on facilities expense. While the trend […]

Workforce Planning 101; Measuring Your Talent Pool

Talent Assessment

As a leader, finding and motivating great talent is a challenge. If you already have a team performing at a high level, how do you sustain that as people move around? Is there a secret sauce you’ve found for selecting your team? What if you could map both a personality and a behavior mindset pattern […]

Managing in the Maze

Have you found yourself bogged down in the weeds? Does your life’s progress seem like a wash, rinse, repeat cycle? If you answered yes to either of those questions, you are living life and managing your efforts in a maze. Here’s what maze managing means. Imagine a big, even giant maze. You know, like the […]

Attraction: A Leadership Yardstick

Leadership attraction

If you think of yourself as a leader, the first test is who are you attracting? Leaders attract followers. A real leader has a following. People are wired to follow something or someone. It is natural to want to pay attention to someone whom we respect and admire. I’m not talking about celebrity status (although we […]

Two Easy Ways to Improve 2017 – Plan Ahead

2017 Goals

At this time of year much is written about setting plans and goals for the new year. There are hundreds of programs and tools to help you do more to build a better YOU. That is all fine and well. Successful people set goals, make plans, and know how to execute. After all, the key […]