Don’t waste your 15 minutes of fame
When you have an opportunity to communicate with executives, it’s important to recognize that this could be THE MOMENT, which changes the course of your career.
Not every presentation will be career-changing, but you never know which one could be. Read More
What do I mean by office housework?
I describe office housework as tasks that are important and need to be done, but are not directly moving your career or business forward. Very often, it comes in the form of PowerPoint presentations. Read More
Make More Time
This month’s topic in my Executive Mentoring Group is Make More Time.
The goal here is to create 2 or more hours a week for yourself to have time to think, plan, work on strategic priorities — or get a little life back! Read More
Why do strategies stall?
I wrote a whole book (MOVE) about this question and how to deal with it.
But today I want to talk specifically about a very simply test you can use to make sure your strategy is executable. Read More
A simple question…
One time when I was running a large corporate organization, I asked the financial analyst in the business, “What is the current headcount in my organization?”
He said, “How accurate an answer do you need?”
I said, “What do you mean?”. Read More
Remember, Great isn’t Cheap
I see leaders setting themselves up for failure and credibility loss when they don’t differentiate the cost of doing a GREAT job from the cost of doing an OK job.
Here’s what I mean. You are the expert. Read More
New year, same pressures
Well it’s the new year, and the new year often comes with a desire to renew, change or improve something in our work and life.
One of the things I find so interesting (and mostly annoying) is that just because you decide you want do something new or better, the rest of the world does not back off and start behaving in a less challenging, tempting or unreasonable way. Read More
Why companies get stuck
The thing that keeps many companies from scaling is that they try to keep doing everything that they started.
This is common occurrence because early in the life of the company, you kind of have to do everything. Read More