Most people fail to keep their New Year's Resolutions by the 2nd week of January. Instead of setting random goals, discover your Core Values and align your New Years Resolutions with what matters most to you!

The Greatest New Year’s Resolutions Hack of All Time | Find Your Core Vales

I think you'll agree with me when I say that New Year's Resolutions are really hard to stick to. Or are they? Well, it turns out, that you can drastically change your life for the better by adding one simple goal setting technique to your resolutions. What is that technique? Aligning your New Year's Resolutions … Continue reading The Greatest New Year’s Resolutions Hack of All Time | Find Your Core Vales

The One Part of New Year’s Resolutions that You’re Missing

It's not going to come as news to you when I say that most New Year's Resolutions are made with the best intentions to improve life, but rarely followed through on. In fact, a study done by Scranton University found that, just 8% of people successfully achieve their New Year's Resolutions. So what's the reason … Continue reading The One Part of New Year’s Resolutions that You’re Missing

There is No Such Thing as Going Over Your Boss’s Head

I want to talk about a common, and sadly mistaken, business expression...going over someone's head. More specifically going over your boss's head. Or for leaders, an employee going over your head. There's no such thing as "going over someone's head". If one of your employees oversteps you in the chain of command to get help, … Continue reading There is No Such Thing as Going Over Your Boss’s Head

6 Simple Tactics to Kickstart Your Corrective Action with Detached Involvement

Detach and TAKE ACTION. I think you will agree with me that taking the proper corrective action when a problem arises can be tough. The issue that most leaders struggle with is detaching from the situation so they can clearly see what action they need to take. As a leader myself, I was once guilty … Continue reading 6 Simple Tactics to Kickstart Your Corrective Action with Detached Involvement