I once heard someone say that “individual days may feel long, but the years, they fly by.” How true that is! A new decade is this big, blank canvas where you can dream up the next 10 years. What will that look like for you, professionally and personally? What are the goals and legacy you’d like to be actively creating?
In my sales and leadership keynotes I talk about the need in today’s world to design your legacy looking forward instead of looking back. From exactly where you are today, you can choose to be an active creator of your life and legacy. That’s what I’ve come to look forward to about my annual One Word Tradition. Creating the anchor point I want to live by for the next 365 days.
In this week’s post, I share my One Word for 2020. Have you participated in the One Word tradition? If so, I’d love to hear your word and reasons behind it.
Girl Scouts Founder Juliette Gordon Low once said, “The work of today is the history of tomorrow, and we are its makers.”
As the new president and chair of the Girl Scouts of Ohio’s Heartland Board of Directors, I’m ready to make history! In this week’s blog, I share reflections on giving back, and as a bonus, provide tips for developing your own world-class board.
Has your organization filled its leadership pipeline?
For success into the future, you’ll need more professionals selling as part of your succession planning practices. When your professionals are equipped to sell, you’ll create more client opportunities, you’ll generate stronger revenues and profits, and you’ll be in a better position to diversify your services.
In this week’s post, I share four strategies for growing your sales culture and developing next-generation leaders with the experience and know-how to generate revenue.
What are the secrets to longevity? After considering the traits of one very exceptional nonagenarian, I can boil it down to two things: self-care and lifelong learning.
Today’s post digs into the second of those two… what lifelong learning can do for us personally and professionally. It’s the best investment you can make.
I was recently asked how I define leadership. Three traits stood out above the rest. Leaders are first, intentional and blind. What do I mean? I dive into each of the three traits on this week’s blog.