what are people looking for

What are you looking for?  Professionally?  Personally?  I heard once that there are three things that drive a person to a higher level of performance.  These are three things that every person is looking for, whether they are aware of it or not. What are people looking for? The threeRead More →

slow down to go faster

Here’s an idea that I’ve heard before, but used to think was pure BS.  If you want to go fast, slow down.  I never believed it.  My type-A, High ID style, go for it attitude says drive harder, drive faster.  But I have learned a strange fact in the pastRead More →

constant state of learning

It is now estimated that modern jobs require you to relearn 30% of skills each year.  Think about that.  Roughly every three years, you have to learn essentially everything you need to do your job all over again.  Now we know that around 30-40% of your job knowledge stays consistentRead More →

Motivational or Inspirational

Motivation and inspiration are both important, but they’re also very different. Motivation often feels like someone is pushing you. Inspirational leaders help you find more of the good inside you.  Motivational leaders encourage you to press ahead.  Inspirational leaders get you to see a higher purpose of moving ahead.  MotivationalRead More →

Employee engagement is a popular topic these days.  And for good reason.  Employee engagement has been staggeringly low for many years (although there has been some improvement in it lately).  I will talk about employee engagement in a future blog, but this post focuses on EMPLOYEE DISENGAGEMENT.  While engagement canRead More →

For most people, pursuing their dreams seems just like that, a dream. While most say that they are trying to figure out their place in life, the majority of us are afraid to pursue those big dreams. Finding our purpose is only the first step, acting on it is muchRead More →