Why are successful people so successful? There is only one simple answer. Successful people expect to be successful.
Your mind is powerful. Your subconscious thoughts will put on a path toward success or sabotage your obstacles to failure. Believing that you will be successful is the main ingredient for success. People . . . → Read More: What you should expect
Because email and texting is so much a part of daily communication, how you communicate through electronic means is an extension of who you are.
Over time email has become (and texting always has been) a medium for short snippets of information. As a population, we have gotten lax with email . . . → Read More: What your email (or texts) says about you
Three years ago this month, I went to France for business to deliver some training programs. While there I was blessed to have been able to spend two days touring by myself. With my pedometer I was able to track 12.5 miles each day (25 miles total) on a self guided tour of the . . . → Read More: Alone in Paris
In a recent blog post, I offered advice for how to handle people who make mistakes when they should have known better. The premise discusses how to understand the situations that lead to their mistakes. But what if you are the person who should have known better? How can you avoid being that person? . . . → Read More: Avoiding “You should have known better”
A earlier post outlined the components of a basic process flow. When you have a process that is critical, consider documenting your process. A process is critical if there are negative consequences when the process is not done correctly.
When I schedule a trip, I kick off my expense invoicing process. At the time I . . . → Read More: Documenting the process