Hard skills are worthless by themselves and here’s why…

Undeniably, soft skills are the most under appreciated skillset in today's workforce.  When we are looking to add people to our teams, clear cut experience always seems to take precedence over critical soft skill sets and I firmly believe that is a catastrophic disservice to the teams we lead and here's why... It's completely rationale for us to look for the highest quality candidates when expanding our teams because we the teams we lead to … Continue reading Hard skills are worthless by themselves and here’s why…

How important is hard work…really?

I will never forget the day my father drove home his beautiful yellow Porsche for the first time.  My brothers and I just stood there with our jaws wide open until my father pointed out his favorite part of the car - the license plate - that read "HRD WORK". But how important is hard work, really? Hard work has always been a pillar of my upbringing but the day he brought home that car … Continue reading How important is hard work…really?

Guest post from Tina Martin: The Top Apps to Free Up Time While Running Your Business

A few weeks ago, a follower of this blog named Tina Martin, reached out to me and asked if she could write a guest post to share a variety of apps that may be helpful to leaders.  Of course I couldn't pass up on the opportunity to share resources that may be helpful to my fellow leaders. Please take a few moments and read Tina's post below and thank you, Tina for sharing these resources … Continue reading Guest post from Tina Martin: The Top Apps to Free Up Time While Running Your Business

Here’s what happens when we apply one of life’s simplest lessons to our leadership approach but…in reverse order.

As I'm sure is the same for many of you, my parents constantly stressed the importance of one of life's most valuable lessons; saying please and thank you.  I was taught to say please before I asked for something and thank you after I received it.  Sounds familiar, right? But if I'm being honest, this was one of my least favorite lessons as a kid.  Despite being so simple, somehow it was also so difficult … Continue reading Here’s what happens when we apply one of life’s simplest lessons to our leadership approach but…in reverse order.

Oh how the times have changed for leaders…

Contrary to popular opinion, the millennial generation is full of motivated people who can have profound impacts on the people, places and organizations around them IF they have the right leadership in place to help them succeed.  But most leaders aren't ready to have that conversation.  My experience has shown me that many leaders prefer to make comments about the lack of work ethic and motivation in the millennial generation but those comments are often unfounded. … Continue reading Oh how the times have changed for leaders…

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