The Millennials are coming to an organization near you. Actually, they’re already here. Millennials account for an estimated 34% of the workforce. Over the next decade, estimates show Millennials will become 75% of the available workers. In 2016 alone, 3.6 million Boomers will retire. Are you prepared? Millennials have a lot to offer, but they […]
Have you ever gone to the movies expecting nothing more but to see a 4 year old entertained? I went this weekend to see Zootopia with no expectations except a couple laughs here and there. Well, it didn’t disappoint in laughter, but there was an underlying tone that caught my eye as well. Zootopia is a new release […]
Search “Trust Leadership” on Google and you will find about 372,000,000 results. It seems like these two go hand in hand. If trust in leadership is such a hot topic, then why are there so many issues trusting leaders? The answer is, we’ve been let down to many times. Like the old saying “fool me […]
There are people we trust and others we do not. Some are ones we may have once trusted, while others never earned that level of respect. In today’s post, I am discussing 6 Key Components of Trust and why they are vital to leaders. Early in my career, I worked for a boss who considered […]
It is January 1st and that means a new year. 2017 is gone but a whole new year is before us. Sure we can all look back on our regrets for 2017, but do so only for the opportunity to learn and improve in 2018. This is a new year, and that means the chance […]
Who Moved My Cheese? (G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1998)
Who Moved My Cheese was a very quick read. A simple story that can be completed in one day. This fun story is a little bit corny mixed with a little bit goofy. The premise of the story follows four characters in search of their “cheese”. It is a good reminder for people that change is inevitable and those who chase it find more than they could imagine. If you can get past the story, I recommend it if for nothing else, the illustration and reminder.
As I entered mile 7 my body began to shame me. I had not prepared for the distance or accounted for the toll that 13.1 miles would take on my body. My first half marathon was just over half done and I was falling apart. I remember my decision to run a half marathon. It […]
It’s 9AM and you open Facebook to find notifications awaiting you. One of the notifications is linked to a funeral home’s in memory page that contains your obituary. Shocked to see your name and realize that it isn’t a simple typo, rather your name and story have ran in the obits as if you passed […]
A man who views the world the same at fifty as he did at twenty has wasted thirty years of his life. – Muhammad Ali
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What if there was one thing that could even the playing field between the super successful and you? There are a lot of differences between resources available, wealth, and even abilities of people, but there is one thing that we all share equally. Time. Managing time is one of the greatest habits of successful people. […]