The New Year 2016 is just around the corner! Planning season is in full swing. Successful companies are creating their roadmap for 2016. I have observed over and over again that the difference in our success or failure is not chance, but choice.
PEOPLE. Of all the components of business, people continues to reign as the number one decision for success and growth. Jim Collins, author of Good to Great, states adamantly "who first!" Great companies have the right people in their organization
BS artists. They are more prevalent than ever in our user-generated content-crazy world. And they have burned many of us in our business and personal life. The question is how do we detect the BS from good, relevant, honest and congruent
Gallup studied 2,500 entrepreneurs to understand the actions and decisions that lead to bigger, more valuable businesses. One of the many things they discovered is how the psychology and innate talents of the entrepreneur affect business outcomes.
I want to start by asking all my readers: How many of you are completely comfortable calling yourselves a leader? Some yes? Many are not, but why? Yet, we have all changed someone’s life — usually without even realizing it. In this funny talk,
Many people I talk with today are totally focused on strategies and tactics for their companies to achieve sustainable growth. While this is paramount, I would like to focus this article on the "other side of the coin." And that is the side where