Preparing for the Post-Crisis Crisis

COVID-19 has evolved into a pandemic the likes of which have not been seen for a hundred years. And as difficult as this crisis has been on the physical and emotional health of people across the globe, it’s also creating an economic crisis. Trying to balance physical safety with economic rebuilding, some companies are reopening…

Success Secrets from a 1,300 Year-Old Family Business

What are the success secrets to keeping a business in the family…and keeping it successful…beyond one generation? What success secrets are you passing down to the next generation of leadership in your organization?

Expanding the Team: Orientation and “Fit”

Fit is Everything A few months ago, my wife and business partner, Jocelyn, and I knew we needed to expand our team in the upcoming year. Our top priority was finding the right “fit,” especially since ours is a lifestyle business with periods of frequent travel and a blurred line between work and play. Orientation…

Run Your Own Race!

Do you know what defines a runner? A runner is someone that runs. NOT someone who wins races. NOT someone who owns running shoes. NOT someone who reads running books. A runner is nothing more than a person who runs. What’s your race? What are you doing today to prepare yourself for the race you run, whatever that race may be?

The National Employee Engagement Conference!

Do you know what one Black Sabbath founder demonstrates about EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT? How about the connection between EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT and the movie Scarface with Al Pacino? Are you ready to take your engagement–and the engagement of your organization–to the next level?

Today I Learned…

There are three types of people. Type #1 says, ‘I’m not going to learn anything new today.’ Type #2 says, ‘Let’s wait and see if this is any good.’ And type #3 says, ‘I can’t wait to learn!’ True leaders fall into Type #3. Real leaders are life-long learners.