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3 Questions to Make 2020 Your Best Year Yet!

3 Questions to Make 2020 Your Best Year Yet!

Albert Einstein reportedly said that insanity was to do the same thing over and over again and expect different results.  As 2019 is quickly coming to a close, how did you like 2019’s results?  If 2019 was successful, will the same approach work in 2020 to achieve...

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3 Questions to Make 2020 Your Best Year Yet!

3 Questions to Make 2020 Your Best Year Yet!

Albert Einstein reportedly said that insanity was to do the same thing over and over again and expect different results.  As 2019 is quickly coming to a close, how did you like 2019’s results?  If 2019 was successful, will the same approach work in 2020 to achieve...

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Focus on the essential by regularly taking a Clarity Break

Focus on the essential by regularly taking a Clarity Break

There is a better approach to managing yourself.    Though we are more connected than ever, we are also more distracted and unfocused than ever.  We have numerous devices buzzing and ringing notifying us constantly throughout the day and night.  But the vast majority...

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How to have Highly Effective Meetings

How to have Highly Effective Meetings

Boring, ineffective meetings are the bane of the vast majority of executive’s lives.  Wasted meetings are not only a waste of time and productive energy, they are also a missed opportunity to solve the most critical issues facing the business.  Follow the 3 steps...

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When the wheels come off your Leadership Team

When the wheels come off your Leadership Team

Part way during facilitating a full day session with a client the meeting went from great to tense really fast.  Some of the team’s deep-seated dysfunctional ways of operating came to a head.  The vibe in the room tanked.  People didn’t want to be there.  Tensions and...

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Crush Your Rocks Every Quarter!

Crush Your Rocks Every Quarter!

In our personal and professional lives good is the enemy of great.  We let good things crowd out great things.  We settle for good, and forego great. Many of the entrepreneurial leadership teams I work with are initially in this category of settling for ‘good’ results...

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10 Steps for a Successful EOS® Rollout

10 Steps for a Successful EOS® Rollout

The journey to run an entrepreneurial business on EOS® begins when the founder/owner realizes that what has gotten their company to this point is not going to allow the company to grow and scale to achieve their desired vision of the future. After committing to run...

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The Quarterly Conversation™

The Quarterly Conversation™

Crucial Conversations are discussions between two or more people where the stakes are high, opinions vary, and emotions run strong (see the book “Crucial Conversations” by Patterson and Grenny).   Conversations around behavior and performance are the most crucial of...

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The Accountability Formula

The Accountability Formula

The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines accountability in part as “an obligation or willingness to accept responsibility or to account for one's actions”.  Sounds like a reasonable enough expectation for those that draw a paycheck and other benefits from working at a...

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The Overlooked Power of Simplicity in Business

The Overlooked Power of Simplicity in Business

Southwest Airlines is by far the most successful commercial airline in US history.  But Southwest’s beginnings can be traced back to this simple napkin drawing:   Legend has it that in 1967, after shuttering Wild Goose Airlines, Rollin King turned to his attorney,...

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