This week’s challenging question comes from Zeya, in Ontario, Canada: Q: How do I prioritize ideas in my head? Often I start working on one project, but suddenly think of the other projects that I need to work on, and then the process gets scattered.
Congratulations! If you are fortunate enough to be able to read this email, then, in all likelihood, you’ve managed to reach the finish line of another year. While last year’s New Year’s resolution to eliminate pasta from your diet may have backfired, maintaining your career through another year means something must be going right. Before … Continue reading “How to Make the Most of Your Annual Review”
In the coming months, you may be the recipient of a gift. There’s a good chance this might be a tad uncomfortable. Some of us–I’m not naming names–are terrible at receiving gifts. It’s not always easy, but showing appreciation matters. After all, it’s the thought that counts in business and in life. So, here’s a … Continue reading “When Thank You Notes Just Aren’t Enough”
Do you ask enough questions? I’d say most people don’t. Of course, my subscribers aren’t most people. My followers are leaders. They understand that the mighty question mark is the most powerful punctuation in their arsenal. They know there are no “dumb questions” in their epic adventure for truth and continuous improvement. They believe that … Continue reading “What is Your Question? Ask and Receive”
It shouldn’t come as a shock that I take a strong stance on the topics of “business” and “focus.” Heck, I even wrote a book called The Focused Business, which happens to be available on Amazon and makes a great stocking stuffer! *wink, wink* What’s one sign your business is losing focus? Follow the money. … Continue reading “Why Your Business Should Stop Loaning Money”