6 Ways to Know You Need a Course Correction

Some people measure success by the wealth they’ve accumulated, the power they’ve attained, or the status they’ve achieved. Yet, even though they’ve reached success beyond their wildest dreams, they still have an empty feeling — something is missing from their life.

In order to fill that void and be completely fulfilled in life, their soul may be searching for something more.
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6 Ways to Spot All Talk No Action

When you “walk the talk,” your behavior becomes a catalyst for people’s trust and faith in you. And it also emphasizes what you stand for. So, any time you make a claim, no matter how small, and display inconsistent behavior, you shatter the comfort zone –– and weaken your bond of trust with others. As a result, anything thought to be predictable in the future may be treated as suspect. The fact is, everything you do in life sends a message. So make sure to practice what you preach. As Ben Franklin said, “Well done is better than well said.”… Read More»

Why Nothing Is Something Worth Doing

We live in a hyperactive world in which active lifestyles and overachievers are celebrated. In fact, we try to squeeze as much as we can into the day –– with no time to spare. When we’re not busy multitasking, we’re racing from activity to activity. Right? So when was the last time you did nothing, simply because you thought doing nothing was time well spent?… Read More»

An All-Call for a New Style of Leadership

Over the past 10 years, the world has changed dramatically. The enormous increases in globalization and in technology, the power of “social media” to upend everything from buying behavior to political campaigns, the explosion of information resulting in increased customer knowledge and expectations are just some of the significant developments that forever changed the way we conduct business. … Read More»

Employee Commitment: A Recipe for Peak Performance

  For today’s employee, being part of something special and making a difference in the world is much more important than the rewards sought by yesterday’s “me” generation. Employees of this new breed want to work for an organization they can feel proud of — one that contributes back to society; an organization that has […] Read moreRead More»

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