Office politics and gossip can create a minefield that is tough to navigate. Learn how implementing policies and procedures can reduce the risk of HR problems at your company.
Get your contracting business pointed in the right direction by setting up effective mission, position, and end game statements to guide your progress.
Learn a fool-proof way to prioritize and energize all those great ideas so that you work on the right things, at the right time, in the right way with Master Top 30 and Top 5 project lists.
Your business is supposed to serve your life, not your life serving your business. But the fact is at first, especially, some sacrifice is required. In this episode I talk about how to minimize that sacrifice by working smarter not harder.
The ability to stop what you’re doing (and time away from your business will help) can help you learn how to work smarter and not harder and avoid burning out. This episode talks about how to do just that.
Ever set goals and even have actions attached to them but you never seem to reach those goals? The step you might be missing is belief.
What’s the difference between a Leader and a Manager? It’s a great question because it can be confusing to distinguish between the two roles. In this episode I explain how to tell the difference.
What are you going to do right now to make things better moving forward? One of the ways to make your future better is to organize your workspace.
Making smart long term investments involve spending money. Are you starving your future by pinching pennies today?
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