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Grow Your Service Level
Brendon Burchard said, “You grow into the service level you want to provide.” We know it is our choice how we present ourselves each day at work with our customers and coworkers. But, I think the message that Brendon is trying to get across though is that we need to make the effort to grow […]
I’m So Tired….
I can’t tell you how many people I talk to who tell me that they have sleep problems. Either they can’t fall asleep or once they fall asleep they wake up and cannot go back to sleep. This can be such a vicious cycle which leads to exhaustion and stress. It also leads to poor […]
Are You a Giver?
I just re-read a great little book that left me inspired to continue to be a giver. What is a giver? I guess it depends on who you are, what it is that you do and if you have the desire to do it at a higher level. The book I’m referring to is called […]
Reversing Negative Momentum
The other day, I wrote about defining successful and how this is an individual experience. Even though each person needs to define what success is to themselves, many have a hard time doing that. They are stuck because of someone or something. They can never see themselves being successful at anything. My blogging friend, Kristen Barton Cuthriell, […]
Lessons from Disney – Throw Back Thursday
Happy Thursday to you all! Last year when I was at the Disney Hotel to present at one of the largest Podiatric Medical Conferences in the U.S. , I shared with you some lessons from Walt Disney. I thought it would be great to revisit a lesson or two again this year. I hope you enjoy […]
What? Another Meeting?
In Verne Harnish’s book “Mastering the Rockefeller Habits” he states that successful businesses have daily meetings for 5-15 minutes, which he calls huddles. He states by having these huddles you can actually save time because you are focusing on what is happening that day. There are only three questions covered at this meeting and they […]
Communication Miracles At Work
Communication with others, whether it is at work or home, takes effort. Often times what happens when trying to communicate with others is that generally we will believe that our reality is the only one that counts. We think that everyone thinks like we do and agrees with what we think. At work clear […]
Can You Really Make Your Workday Better?
Many of our jobs are very stressful and hectic. At times is it hard to be thankful when we are “under the gun” to perform and produce. I have talked to people who are unhappy with their work situation and feel that there is no way that things could ever change. If this sounds like […]
Knowing Where You Are Headed
I have been working with a client for a few months now trying to figure out what direction to take his business and then how to accomplish it. There have been some struggles in hiring the right people for certain positions in the business, but it appears that this has finally been accomplished. Hiring the […]