As a coach, as a leader both in the military and private enterprise, I’ve often wondered why do people say they want to change yet never do? It seems from my experience, it is our human nature to rely solely on willpower in creating change in our business and our lives…but what if we are
In this week’s episode of “Success From Scratch,” Meghan Pelley from the San Antonio market shares how she applies the art of “stop selling and start listening” to create a business she loves, by design. “Stop selling and start listening.” – Meghan Pelley, JP and Associates Realtors®
Happy Monday. Last week I wrote about sharpening the saw… continuing with that theme today. As we learned together from the Stephen Covey video, to become a master of your time, you need to first be aware of your priorities in the larger context. The framework that I will be sharing with you in this
Execution is a NOUN! Here is what I know, no book, no certification, no training, no coaching program or pill will EVER help you succeed as much as: The vision you see. The decisions you make. The beliefs you have. The peers you keep. The priorities you choose. I’m often asked what’s the secret to
Stephen Covey’s book proves it and Googles research reinforces it… there is ONE thing in common to every individual, relationship, family, organization, and government throughout the world. The one thing which when removed will destroy the most powerful army, the most successful business, the greatest friendship and the deepest love. The ONE thing is: TRUST!
It’s been about 134 days since we all made those “New Years Resolutions.” So, how are you doing with those? The answer was either a wow, an ouch or something in-between. Good, because whatever emotion that brought up for you, declare it perfect and move forward in a powerful direction. Gym owners and weight loss
Delegate, Automate or Eliminate — Today’s post is short and sweet. Sometimes those are the best, yes!? You see, I’ve seen too many entrepreneurs follow this idea like it’s some kind of commandment: “If you want something done right, you have to do it yourself.” Can you relate? Imagine if you could delegate, automate or eliminate many
What matters most – the most urgent or the most important? If you are like me, you face the challenge each day of choosing to handle what is urgent and what is important. I’ve been struggling with this balance lately and wanted to re-ground myself in those things I know are important, helpful and useful