Practical strategies for businesses, thought leaders, and influencers who want to determine the next steps in their business and grow.
Many leaders tend to shy away from being brutally honest with themselves and with their team.
But you have to know how you’re people are doing and what things are required of you as a leader in order to build a higher level of trust with them.
What many entrepreneurs don’t understand is that mindset impacts their revenue and their profit.
Unfortunately, when you bust through each new level of success, things are going to get triggered. Hence, mindset work is critical to keep your momentum going.
How do you respond in times of crisis?
As humans, we have this fight or flight response. We do it because it’s how we survive in the world.
If you’re dissatisfied with the work output of your team all the time or you’re always finding yourself taking the responsibilities back from the people you delegated, you might be the common denominator in these scenarios.
Are you considering making a career out of speaking on stage?
Speaking pays well but you have to show up.
And showing up doesn’t mean you’re just winging it. It actually takes more time, more research, and more effort than you probably think – but you will get there!
Are there any big, audacious goals on your bucket list that you still haven’t done because you’re too afraid of failing?
Sure, you could trip and fall many times – whether that means only three people showed up at your first webinar or you didn’t get that deal of a lifetime, whatever that may be – but falling is not failing.
Did you know you can actually build habits in five days or less?
Dr. BJ Fogg, director of the Behavioral Design Lab at Stanford University, has created a science-based method called Tiny Habits®. Together with Linda Fogg-Phillips, they’ve created the Tiny Habits Academy, a program that teaches people how to create new, lasting habits quickly and easily.
As leaders, we have to be open to people disagreeing with us. But it is important that we set up a framework for how you can share disagreement within your team.
As a nation, we’ve helped each other in ways we never thought possible at this time of the COVID-19 crisis. And it’s amazing how all these companies have come together to help each other out.
Nobody wants to be another statistic of a small business that failed. And people have this notion that you have to scale quickly if you don’t want to fail.
But what you really need to scale your business is not speed, but momentum.
Entrepreneurship is an incredibly lonely gig and having your spouse in the business at least helps with that loneliness.
But what if when the going gets tough and the tough get going?
Would you still be able to run your company together – for better or worse?
Through thick and thin?
First, you need to understand the magic that can actually come out of a successful working relationship with your spouse.
During times of chaos or crisis, do you find yourself taking a pause?
Or would you choose to pivot?