Do you love your business? Love is a many-splendored thing. Your love for your business is multi-faceted as well. Follow my steps to keep the love in what you do, and your company will thrive because of it.
Achievements should not be an event but a continuum. Habits built gradually and given positive reinforcement will linger. Most importantly, they have to mean something to you personally.
Unfortunately, many companies are now sacrificing service because demand is high. Labor shortages and increased customer demand has made for some pretty challenging situations. How you handle them matters.
Gallup surveys show 74% of employees are actively looking for new employment. Employee engagement is relatively unchanged from where it was 15 years ago. Many leaders are taking superficial action, but talent is still walking. So what can you do about it?
Business leaders will tell me they never have enough. There’s never enough time. Never enough money. Never enough talent. It seems the only thing there is an endless supply of are shortages. Does this sound like you?
A new year means a new book. Go Far, Go Fast! is currently in the works but you can put into practice some of the concepts today. Join Us for the Go Far, Go Fast! 30 Day Challenge. Below you will find the link for downloading the Time Mapper to use for five days to … Continue reading “Track Your Time To Be More Productive”
In Part 4 of our Back From the Brink series featuring HM Manufacturing. We’ve learned that surviving theft and dishonesty is challenging enough, but it’s not the end of the story. Whenever this happens to a business they need to go through the process of rebuilding. In HM’s case it meant starting from scratch. Nicole … Continue reading “How HM Manufacturing Came Back”
Unemployment is at an all-time low. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics the national average is now 3.7% which is the lowest rate since 1969. That means there’s some facts you are going to have to face: Employees are going to be hard to come by for probably the next 2-5 years Good candidates … Continue reading “Hurting for Talent? Here’s What You Can Do About It.”
Success gurus have it all figured out, right? That is why it seems that only the success gurus seem to be driving in the nice cars and living in the expensive houses? My father used to say casinos weren’t built on the winnings of the gamblers who played there. You say to yourself, “If I … Continue reading “Your Success is a Lie”
It’s Groundhog Day! If you are a Bill Murray fan like me you might remember a little movie he starred in a few years back called Groundhog Day. Bill played Phil Conners, a weatherman sent to Puxatony, Pennsylvania, to cover the annual Groundhog Day festivities. A sudden snowstorm hits and Phil is trapped in town … Continue reading “What’s Your Groundhog Day?”