When you’re running your own business, you find yourself taking on several roles, roles you didn’t even know existed. You find yourself wearing too many hats — and eventually end up feeling overworked, overwhelmed, and burned out. That’s why you should always aim to “replace” yourself.
Many goal-oriented achievers tend to overcommit — and thus abandon their personal needs, such as health, family, friends, and fun. And because they are stretched so thin, they can’t give their best selves to those they promised to spend time with, whether it’s their clients or loved ones. Their professional calendar is often the culprit.
Albert Einstein famously said, “We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” If we want to get to our next level, we have to change our behavior. Yet, our brain is lazy and naturally efficient — and we unintentionally allow it to be our greatest obstacle.
By providing you with direction, motivation and boundaries, strategic planning allows you to live with intention – to navigate the whitewaters of life with your oars, rather than be thrown about by the vicissitudes that life hands you. Your professional life should be supported by an intentionally led personal life — the essential fuel for success.
When your team is engaged, energized, and excited to come to work every day, there's no telling what your firm can accomplish. But when you're in high-growth mode — when your schedule is already stretched — how can you make the extra time for connection? Enter, the Wooo session.
When it comes to building a high-performing team, persistence is what delivers true results. Put your team on the fast track toward success by introducing a meeting that will inspire all members to support each other and give their best.
Fostering an engaging, growth-focused culture is so much more than just coming up with core values. It requires the right business structure, and strategic leadership that inspires ownership and responsibility from the next generation.
In a small group this week, we talked about the Qii mindset.
Let’s take a quick step back and review: Qii is “Quadrant 2,” the second of four quadrants popularized by Steven Covey as a method for organizing one’s priorities. Quadrant 2 is the “Important, Not Urgent” category.
Most of the time, many of us operate in "Quadrant 1," which represents the “Impor...