I’ve said it before, and I will say it again, “The best investment you will ever make as a leader is in developing other people.” Hands down this is both the most challenging task and the most rewarding as a leader. Anyone can delegate tasks. Very few leaders will…Continue
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I know it’s only a few weeks into the New Year but statistics show that 25% of people abandon their New Year’s resolutions after 1 week! And 60% do so within 6 months. And the average person makes the same resolution 10 separate times without success.…Continue
If you use the f-word often, you might just find greater success. Faster, too.
No, we aren’t thinking of the same f-word. ~grin~ I am talking about failure.
Did that make your stomach sink?
Hogwash! Absolutely not. Let’s get this straight right now. Failure can be the…Continue
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I will be hosting a "How To Make It In The Music Business" one and a half day seminar this summer. You'll learn how I went from 10-20 gigs a year to 125+ by using a system. . Find out more HERE. Enter "48 days" in the coupon code and take an additional $100 off, plus the early bird discount equals a total of $300 off. Expires January 31.
You'll learn these…Continue
Since it is the holiday season and many of us are “out of our minds” with long lists of things to finish, I thought I would just share with you today. We can talk about dreaming, setting goals, and accomplishing next week!
This time of year gets so hectic! Everything…Continue
How will 2016 compare to 2015? Most people would answer that question with some degree of positive movement; few say they hope next year is worse than this year! Yet, those who fail to take an analytical look at the previous…Continue
In a few weeks, we will be winding down another year and starting to think about how we want to begin the next one. Many people go into a new year with high expectations and goals; nothing wrong with that, but a study from Scranton University discovered that only about 8% of the population who make resolutions actually achieve the end product they wanted; JUST 8%!
There are many thoughts about why people are unsuccessful in keeping resolutions but regardless of the reason, the…Continue
A lot of us have dreams and goals we are working hard to realize. Trying to unlock the success you want in the areas of career, family, financial, physical, spiritual, or self development can be a challenge.
However we define success in those areas, it is probably taking more time to…Continue
I was meeting with a friend last week and he said something very profound…
“The challenge most business leaders face is staying focused long enough to allow their ideas to gain traction.”…Continue
King Solomon is generally considered to be one of the wealthiest men who ever lived. By some estimates, he may have been worth as much as 2 Trillion dollars. Yep, that’s…Continue
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Humans are social animals. Whether you think of yourself as one in a gaggle of geese or one in a pride of lions, we all want to be part of something and belong.
Businesses, because they are made up of people, are the same way. It’s the connections and relationships that really breed success and growth.
If you look at leaders in successful organizations, they are friends with other successful people. Their success was not achieved by…Continue
For most people, that makes the pulse race and the heart pound. Whether because of fear or the thrill of sales, selling is emotional.
I say, if you think you hate selling, don’t let that emotion become a deterrent in your quest for success. “Ha!” you say. “Easier said than done.”
What if I told you it could all change for you with the change of one little bit of perspective. Well, maybe it won’t all…Continue
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People have different definitions of success. The dictionary defines it as the accomplishment of an aim or purpose. I don't think I've ever met anyone who admitted to not wanting to achieve success. I have, however, met a lot of people who didn't know how to find it. So, here are three places…Continue
Albert Einstein didn't view himself as a genius; he did, however, acknowledge his inquisitive persistence. Einstein stuck with problems long after other people gave up. He found solutions because he viewed failure as progress and the skepticism of others as encouragement. He asked a lot of questions even when asking those questions agitated his superiors. He gathered a lot of information, but he didn't stop there.…Continue
I recently talked to a lady who, in tears, told me she felt like such a failure because she was in a conference and felt overwhelmed and not ready to do what was being asked of her. I told her that IF her only take away from this conference was that she learned more about herself, what is holding her back and what she needs to do to move forward...when she is ready...the money and time spent attending was well worth it. Dan and I have seen that over and over again. When people come to one…Continue
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