July 23, 2015
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What Success Looks Like

What Success Looks Like: A State of Mind vs. a Destination Success can be defined in a number of ways. If you look up the definition you will several that you may agree with; the accomplishment of one’s goals, the attainment of wealth, position, honors or achieving your goals. All of these definitions are correct—and none of them are. When it comes to success, there isn’t a set in stone definition because of two reasons: It depends on whom you ask It is ever changing In order to ‘obtain’ success, you need to know what success looks like for you. […]
May 22, 2015
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How to Obtain Personal & Professional Balance

How to Obtain Personal & Professional Balance: A Journey of Separation In business today, leaders and organizations have to be more aware than ever of how their employees balance their work demands and their personal demands. Organizations are constantly focusing on how to improve production, profits and performance, while at the same time maintaining a high level of morale. The issue is the search for personal and professional balance. As there are no definitive parameters for measuring balance, the real goal should be personal and professional separation. In the search for this delicate balance, a leader must first understand why […]
April 2, 2015
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Three Ways to Approach Life

Three ways to approach life: Only one of them is the winning way. I talk to people everyday. As a matter of fact, I get paid to talk to people. Sometimes they don’t like what I have to say (if I am totally honest, most of the time they don’t), but after conversations settle in, they might actually hear what it is I am trying to tell them. At the heart of every conversation I have is this; how can one be more successful and happy? The answer lies within each person, and that is not just whimsical talk. It […]
February 2, 2015
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Team Accountability: Harsh or Helpful?

Every turn of the calendar people make New Year’s resolutions. Every election politicians say that the government leaders need to be held accountable. And every year organizations tell their leaders, “We need to hold our people to their words and actions.” Yet—just like New Year’s resolutions—these scenarios for accountability fall drastically short, as the mirror of accountability is often blurry with ego. This means that as leaders we see ourselves as actually holding our people accountable and feel that it’s the others that are failing or not following through. Many leaders have a case of accountability myopia—they see themselves as […]
December 10, 2014
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Don’t Be That Guy or That Girl!

You can enjoy the party without being the party. Have you had your company ‘Holiday’ party yet? It is that time of year for company parties and year-end sales events. Events that leaders spend lots of money and time planning with the intent to show their employees how much they appreciate their hard work as well as recognize their top performers. Festivities aside, you can bet your bottom dollar many of them will ask that famous question the next morning, “Hey did you see that guy or girl last night at the company event?” That question can have many answers […]
December 4, 2014
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Don’t Confuse Loyalty with Tenure

I was meeting with a client recently and we were speaking about coaching and the necessity of accountability in a coaching culture. I asked him about his field management staff and he was going region by region sharing with me which manager was good and bad and who had what results. He started telling me about these 3 managers he had in one market, and that their numbers were off and he felt it was because they were not getting out in the field with their teams and might even be a little complacent. I asked him if he had […]
December 2, 2014
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5 Ways to Overcome Procrastination

5 Ways to Overcome Procrastination (and tackle this busy time of year) It is that time of year- when your already busy life gets even busier. We almost feel like we don’t have time to breathe. Work tasks pile up. Travel plans kick up a notch. Holiday shopping lists grow. To-do lists get longer. It seems ridiculously overwhelming- and it is. Here are a few tips to help overcome the stress of OVERLOAD: Get Up Earlier: This may require you to go to bed earlier too as you still need your 6-8 hours of sleep- minimum. However, we are more […]
November 17, 2014
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Nathan Jamail Holiday Promotion!

Finding the perfect gift can be difficult, but with Nathan Jamail’s best selling books- we have the perfect business gift!  Create a whole gift set with workbooks, CD’s and more!  These make great gifts for; Bosses, managers and leaders Gift exchanges Entire team members Office staff Mentors Business friends and acquaintances Anyone that wants to improve their game!
October 28, 2014
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The Most Desired Skills of the Future

“Three Practices to Communicate, Engage and Influence People” By Nathan Jamail How many parents have a toddler that can work an iPhone or iPad better than they can? What about the parents of teenage kids or young adults that cannot communicate except through texting, email or social media? With technology constantly evolving, technical skills and know-how will be the most common skills among the working and business public—but the ability to communicate face to face will always be one of the most important aspects of business. While younger generations preparing to enter the workforce should keep up with technology to […]
April 22, 2014
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Fire The Bad Attitude

Leaders across the world would say, “that a person having a positive attitude is very important”, in fact when asked many would say the most important, so why do so many leaders accept less than great positive attitudes from their employees?  Some reasons include; too hard; it is because of HR or legal and a “positive attitude” is just too subjective and would require a lot of documentation on the leaders part,  OR too afraid; leader’s are ‘nice’ and really doesn’t like conflict, OR too risky; it seems the employee knows their job very well and has a lot of […]

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