The Power of the Right Meeting Pulse In my 20+ years of experience as a coach and EOS implementer, one of the key areas where many businesses often stumble is in their meetings—too many, too unfocused, and lacking engagement. Let’s face it, meetings are nobody’s favorite way to spend their precious working hours. However, for a business
For more than 20 years, I’ve coached business owners and their leadership teams to achieve their goals and see tangible results. Since I’ve been in the business for over 2 decades, I’ve seen all the ups and downs, and not hitting your sales goals is a very common issue. While this is frustrating and disappointing, these
As an EOS implementer, a common challenge I see in leadership teams is the lack of alignment in decision-making. Even when a decision is made, there can be differing opinions on whether or not that was the right solution. Of course it’s important that relevant, differing opinions are heard, but the key is to speak
Effective communication is key to the success of any team. However, many teams struggle with cutting each other off and wasting time talking about unnecessary things. If your week is already full of meetings, it’s frustrating when the team becomes stuck in a loop around a particular topic. With each team member contributing their own information
Do you have a to-do list? If so, how often do you get everything crossed off your list? As a business owner or leader, you likely find that your list gets longer rather than shorter as the week progresses. Based on my experience, I offer the following suggestions on what to do about to-dos.
As a business owner, hitting the ceiling can be a frustrating experience. You might feel like you’ve hit a wall, where growth and success seem impossible. This can be discouraging, but it’s important to remember that hitting the ceiling is a common experience for entrepreneurs. If you’ve found yourself thinking, things are good, but what’s next? The