Posts in Category: Leadership & Organization

The Most Profound Thing I’ve Heard

There are a lot of lessons in life, and over the last 10 years I’ve learned a few, and still grind on others. No matter what decisions we make, we end up somewhere. Our best intentions are irrelevant. The profound thing I’ve heard: Direction – not intention – Determines Destination Profoundly simply and simply profound. … Continue reading “The Most Profound Thing I’ve Heard”

Leadership training and how to lead better

There are a lot of leadership training courses, events, and seminars to attend to help us build up ourselves to be better leaders. I struggle to write this, not because I can’t, but because I sometimes I am my worst critic. But after reviewing my journey in leadership and working with others, I realize that … Continue reading “Leadership training and how to lead better”

4 Ways To Gauge When It’s Time To Take A Vacation

When you know it’s time to take a vacation and the signs to begin to plan it. Taking a vacation is not cheap, however your emotional and mental health demands that you do. I’ve worked since I was 19, and I admit that I am not the example of when it’s time to take a … Continue reading “4 Ways To Gauge When It’s Time To Take A Vacation”

Know your target audience

We’ve heard “know your target audience” for years in marketing and sales. But not many are really looking at the audience they sell to very well. In fact most do not have the proper tools to do so. Knowing your audience is difficult because it requires saying no to opportunities more than saying yes. This … Continue reading “Know your target audience”

4 Ways to increase employee satisfaction

Employee satisfaction isn’t always the top of mind for companies. Creating more room for fixing revenue leaks sometimes gets more attention. This leaves behind your people that are helping you get to your goals. I’m not a HR person, but I have been a business owner, employee, and consultant for businesses. I’ve seen a lot … Continue reading “4 Ways to increase employee satisfaction”