Daniel Burrus November 2, 2020 Given the recent release of the documentary series The Last Dance, I found this example to be more prevalent than ever. Basketball great Michael Jordan once famously stated that he had missed more than 9,000 shots, lost 300 games and missed 26 game-winning shots in his career. Following that statistical … Continue reading Failure Is Just Part of the Game
Debbie Laskey July 8, 2020 In today’s challenging COVID-19 era, too many people have either been furloughed or have lost their jobs. Therefore, many people have become job seekers out of necessity. But do you know what is missing in most job ads? Most job descriptions include the standard items. These include a brief overview … Continue reading What Does Success Look Like?
John Rampton — March 12, 2020 You’ve followed all the tips and tricks to combat productivity. But, you’re still procrastinating on those goals you’ve set. And those to-do-lists still haven’t been completed. So, what’s the deal? It may be because you just haven’t used the right motivation tips. So, why not give these ten motivation … Continue reading 10 Motivational Tips to Succeed at Anything
Corey Reed — February 23, 2020 Everyone always wants something fresh, exciting and new for the sake of new, it seems! However, what if you operate a business that offers a clean-cut experience and purposely doesn’t expand their suite of services, all in order to make their established customer base happy while raking in more … Continue reading Zeroing in: An Argument for Success in Simplicity
Dave Brock — January 14, 2020 Processes, systems, frameworks are thing that help us do things right. That is, they provide us the ability to more consistently do the things that produce the right outcomes and results. Our selling process helps us more effectively and efficiently align with the customer buying process, producing greater value … Continue reading When Doing Things Right is the Wrong Thing
John Coleman — October 29, 2019 How to measure success? Is it even possible? Just to set the scene, I haven’t figured this out yet. I can tell you my story, in all its ugliness. It’s based on a real story, but it’s changed significantly from reality to protect the innocent. I hope you still … Continue reading How to Measure Success: Is it Even Possible?
Liesha Petrovich — September 27, 2019 Follow @lieshapetrovich Photo by Nathan Dumlao on Unsplash We pour our heart and soul into our businesses. We spend endless hours coming up with a strategy to sell our amazing product. We rewrite copy over and over. We practice our sales pitch a million times in the mirror. And … Continue reading Embracing Epic Failures on Our Path to Success
Kyle Weber — September 4, 2019 — September 4, 2019 I recently started a new chapter in my life. I’m newly engaged, I bought a house last winter, my nephew’s started using the potty… I’m looking down the barrel at 29 and I needed to make a change — literally. For the last decade, I’ve … Continue reading Impostor Syndrome and Faking It Till You Make It
Ines Temple — August 5, 2019 Follow @inestemple — August 5, 2019 In the changing world of work, you can futureproof your employability by banishing complacency and re-inventing yourself. Whether you like it or not, the simple fact is that you won’t be part of your company’s staffing plans forever. Since no one is exempt … Continue reading News Flash: You’re Accountable For Your Success
Sarah Deane — May 1, 2019 Follow @effectUX — May 1, 2019 Having extensively studied the behaviors and thought processes of high-performance, positive people at EffectUX, there are many key competencies (in fact, we found 74 in the creation of EMQ, a model for feeling and performing your best). However, one stands out that all … Continue reading The Thing That All Successful People Do and How You Can Too