I recently read a statistic that 42% of college graduates never read a book after college. I mentioned this in one of my previous blogs. Growth has to be a top priority if you’re going to experience any level of success. If there is one habit you need to create, it’s this. Studies have also … More What have you learned?
“Facing difficulties is inevitable. Learning from them is optional.” ~John C. Maxwell Few statements have impacted me as much as that one. It’s so complex in its simplicity. Life is going to be tough. Bad things are going to happen. How you respond is up to you. The ability to take a negative situation and … More Education is optional
First, let me recommend a book for you. “Winning” by Jack Welch (former CEO of General Electric). This is an ABSOLUTE must read for anyone looking to succeed in anything. Period. (Now do you get the “lightbulb moment” joke?) That said, in Jack’s book, he mentions the importance of a mission statement for a business. … More Lightbulb moment
Zig Ziglar once said, “you can have everything you want in life, if you’ll help enough other people get what they want.” I think a common misconception about “Leadership” is that it’s about the leader. Leadership is less about you, and more about the people you’re leading. If your focus is on being a great … More Selfless Promotion
There are so many different ways to let people know exactly what you’re doing, where you’re doing it, and many times you’ve been there doing the same thing. (Foursquare, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, etc.) Unfortunately, this occurs rarely when we’re doing the things we SHOULD be doing to get to where we complain about not being. … More Are you “checked in”