As I have done for the last several years, instead of coming up with a soon-to-be-abandoned New Years Resolution, I choose three words to guide thoughts and activities for the year. This method was inspired by Chris Brogan and it’s been so useful and effective I’ve kept it up. Consider giving it a try if you, like most of us, never seem to see resolutions through to real change.Read the Post→
It’s despicable and horrendous that Facebook allowed Cambridge Analytica to exploit user information for such nefarious purposes. If you don’t know what I’m referring to you can read about it here. The only upside to the whole disaster is that finally, after many years of waffling, the decision to delete my account was easy.
The freedom is close to intoxicating.Read the Post→
Think about an initiative to grow your business you intend to tackle or perhaps a self-development program you’ve been meaning to start. Could be coming up with a robust marketing plan, writing that book, losing 10 pounds, getting a better job, becoming more active in a social cause, etc.
Got one? Good.
Now, you need to be able to answer this one-word question.Read the Post→
In the 17 years I’ve had my own business I’ve had a number of accountability partners. Some have been successful partnerships and others not. Right now, I’m in a great one. From the trenches, these tips will improve your chance of success.Read the Post→
Everybody needs to focus in order to get the right things done. But there are six ways you may be sabotaging your ability to get the focus time you need.Read the Post→