You think you’re a person that’s open to feedback. You think people tell you the truth and come to you with open and honest input from the frontlines. They don’t. If you’re intimidating, you’re feared. (And you secretly love it.) People will be hesitant to tell you the truth because of your wrath. If you’re
The Muscle Milk Legacy and Finding Your Niche (If You Employ Family Members in Your Business, Read this Now)
I recently met the founder of Muscle Milk, Greg Pickett, in the airport. He’s a friendly and delightful guy. Greg sold the company for $400M, but before he did, he did something really smart and significant for his family. He spun-off a small business that supplied the flavors to Muscle Milk and other drink companies.
You are at a critical juncture in your business, and you feel it. Perhaps you are already clear about the change in direction that’s on the horizon. Maybe you know the what, when, and how or maybe you don’t—details are yet to be determined. Either way, strong and effective leadership is needed—NOW. Right now. Not
Inaction is more expensive than you realize. I don’t say that to scare you, just to remind you that courageous, intentional action is always rewarded. (And you delay standard-raising decisions to your detriment.) Think about the last time you had a strong feeling to do something–make an improvement, elevate to a new standard, take new