You've heard this before, “necessity is the mother of all invention.” So today, we’ll go one step deeper and talk about what few do. I recently went on a week-long tour with my sister and her granddaughter throughout Israel. We had a bunch of activities planned, and on a whim we decided to visit a farm. Now I’ll be honest. I didn’t have high hopes.
It's messing things up. Here's why... Chances are that your office has some messy drama. You’re not alone - most workplaces do. Last week we discussed shifting from Victim to Creator: creating your own reality instead of being a passive, helpless Victim. Now it’s time to meet the next character in this trio- the Rescuer. To recap: Dr.
Office drama is real. And it’s ugly. Scott’s dad was difficult, very difficult. He was critical, inflexible and overbearing. The two had been in business together for decades, but things were getting over the top. To make matters worse, Scott was in the investment industry.
As I’ve been researching and speaking to dozens of entrepreneurs about their secrets to creating a Culture of Accountability, I discovered an interesting study that changed the way I looked at things. Read on for a new perspective that might change the way you look at your employees... “Whether you think you can or think you can’t, you’re right.” -Henry Ford.
Upward Jumping Monkey, Noun. a project or job that moves from a team member of lesser responsibility and experience, to one of greater responsibility and experience, thereby exhausting and depleting the latter team member. Check out the video below...