Desire to Inspire - 4th Post


Desire to Inspire - 4th Post

Monday, November 18th, 2019

Great leaders have a crystal clear vision for what the future holds, and they can articulate that vision precisely and with contagious energy. Martin Luther King Jr’s “I Have a Dream” speech is proof of his ability to paint a picture so clearly that it almost seems we are already [...]

Desire to Inspire - 3rd Post

Friday, November 15th, 2019

Want to be inspirational to others? You must first be inspired yourself.
Think about it; reflect upon some of the individuals in your life who have inspired you. You’ll see a common thread between them all – you fed off of their enthusiasm. If you don’t know where you are going, [...]

Desire to Inspire - 2nd Post

Wednesday, November 13th, 2019

Being inspirational can be a trait that appears to be intangible; you either have it or you don’t. It seems that individuals like Steve Jobs, Winston Churchill, Tony Robbins or JFK were most certainly born as charismatic and influential individuals. So if being inspirational to others is something we all [...]

Happy Veterans Day

Monday, November 11th, 2019

Thank you to ALL veterans for your service, especially our very own Juliette Lovell!

Opportunistic Outsourcing - FINAL Post

Monday, November 4th, 2019

Even when individuals are assigned difficult challenges, when they are involved in the decision, there is a huge increase in performance. Those who volunteer look at projects as developmental, while those who are assigned regard the task as hard labor. Take the initiative now to truly engage the hearts and [...]

Opportunistic Outsourcing - 13th Post: Just Ask (continued)

Wednesday, October 30th, 2019

More questions to ask to assess the present and design the future:
• What would you be excited to take on? (projects, responsibilities, clients)
• When was the last time you feel like you massively over-delivered on something? What was it, and why did you work so hard?
• What would make you [...]

Opportunistic Outsourcing - 12th Post: Just Ask

Monday, October 28th, 2019

Not sure what to outsource, and to whom? Challenge yourself to get to know those on your team. Ask questions to assess the present and design the future:
• When you come to work each day, what things do you look forward to?
• What are you learning here? What have you [...]

Opportunistic Outsourcing - 11th Post: Survivorship Bias (continued)

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2019

An additional option is to opportunistically outsource. Give others the chance to take on tasks and responsibilities they succeed with and are passionate about. Be sensitive to the skills and interests of individuals; match the dreamer with more creative tasks and the perfectionist with the detail-oriented projects. Just think how [...]

Opportunistic Outsourcing - 9th Post: Survivorship Bias (continued)

Monday, October 14th, 2019

Until now, we have been focusing on key contributors – those whom you feel strongly will continue to play an integral role in the success of your organization. What about those who hover just below that line?
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Opportunistic Outsourcing 8th Post: Survivorship Bias (continued)

Wednesday, October 9th, 2019

For every Branson, Gates, and Zuckerberg, there are thousands, if not millions, of other entrepreneurs who dropped out of school and failed in business. We just don’t hear about them, and so we don’t take them into account. The misconception? You should focus on the successful if you wish to [...]