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Define and Align....Execute and Accelerate....Manage and Repeat

Unmotivated employees? We can fix that.

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“Individual commitment to a group effort–that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work.”– Vince Lombardi

A Problem

Of course, we all want our teams to be high performing.   Accomplishing great things is rewarding on many levels.   However, the gap between this desire and realizing the achievement is often wide.   How do we get our team aligned and working together?  Why are so many focused on individual goals rather than those of the team?

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Looking for a book that will change your thinking?

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“We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them”  Albert Einstein

Bookstores, Amazon wish lists, and many Kindle devices are filled with ‘business how-to’ books where a myriad of authors promise to share their self-improvement secrets.   Most are either overhyped or are a regurgitation of what another author said the previous year.

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Focus: What I learned from Jay Papasan’s “The ONE Thing”

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The Hunter who chases two rabbits catches neither one.

-Russian proverb

A few weeks ago, my friend, Vince, and I were discussing how the most successful people and organizations have a clear focus on a simple goal. Conversely, the topic arose of how those that struggle are far more likely to be aiming at too many targets or continuously changing their point of aim. Vince reached back on his shelf and handed me a book and suggested that I give it a read. That’s how I was introduced to “The ONE Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results” by Jay Papasan. Read More

3 Telltale Traits of a Successful Entrepreneur

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When helping small to midsize businesses launch, grow, and reinvent themselves, I introduce new and improved systems and techniques that help to move the enterprise towards its goals. However, these tools stand upon the foundation of a leader that can introduce and implement them effectively.

With such a leader, the results can be spectacular. In the absence of a business savvy leader, the output of even the best processes is limited. Read More