We live in a culture of experts. We are encouraged to become experts, and we are bombarded by experts who want to tell us the way to do things. But expertise has its limits.
Do people hire you because you’re convenient, or do they go out of their way to find you because you deliver outstanding value? What kind of business do you want to be?
A 30-day challenge can be a fun way to challenge yourself, but if you want to create a lasting change, time-fixed challenges are a waste of time.
Setting clear goals and measuring your progress will lead you somewhere. The question is whether it will take you to where you want to go. Without this crucial element, your SMART goals are dumb.
Learning to climb a rope is reinforcing a lesson I’ve been teaching myself for years: the power of building slowly on a solid foundation.
If you’re already off-track with your resolutions, you’re in good company. The truth is, you likely set yourself up to fail. Here’s why.
To have the kind of year that is meaningful and that leads to growth, something has to happen that you can’t plan.