In today's episode, we are going to explore a lesson you can apply in small, medium or big Business as well as any other organization. This process helps successful people short-circuits the time to increased productivity.
For every role you have in your business and personal life, you can develop specific goals. Every role in your life with worthy goals requires time. Time is the one commodity you can't get back, so the challenge is making the best use of every moment you have. How do you do that?
The fastest way to accelerate your learning is to seek out mentors in areas for which you are psychologically willing to become an apprentice. Listen and learn how to get great counsel from mentors who have 'been there - done that' and then apply what you learn by following ten specific steps to maximize the value.
World-class companies are grounded on core principles... or at least that's what most of them say. The challenge is that more often than not, what is plastered on the wall and what is in the heart of the corporate organization are two different things.
Today's episode is about driving the entrepreneurial vision deep into the culture of a growing organization and the consequences of not effectively doing so. What happens when the message is off? How will your team react.
You'll begin to discover strategies to create alignment that is consistent with the founding dream of the entrepreneur who launched a company of one.
New companies frequently get started because an entrepreneur looks at an old problem in a new way. If you study recent upstarts like UBER or AirBNB, you'll get a good idea of what happens when revolutionary thinking smashes into tradition.
Rocking old industries requires out-of-the-box thinking and is usually received with predictable patterns. In today's episode, you'll get an idea of how strong entrepreneurs engage when they commit to making their mark on the future.
There are personal characteristics necessary to demonstrate BOLD thinking. We'll discuss how this level of clarity can not only impact your company but your community and the nation at large.
What is it like for an enlisted service member, who regularly makes life and death decisions, to begin a transition into a new career in the civilian world? Meet Steve Navarro, a US Navy Corpsman who jumped out of perfectly good airplanes (crazy from a pilot's perspective) and trained with the US Marine Corps around the world.
In this episode, you'll get insight into the value of a veteran who has served in unique environments and how he discovered a path into the financial services industry. Veterans in today's world face a significant series of challenges when it comes to communicating past experiences so that it is relevant to corporate organizations who are hiring.
You'll come to understand how fired up Veterans are to continue to serve in the civilian world. Veterans are also uniquely positioned to pursue entrepreneurial ventures. The cultural transitions are tough on both sides of the equation, but Steve will give you a number of great ideas to maximize performance with veterans and civilians.
In today's episode you'll learn how a group of Moms decided to pursue a vision to serve other Moms. The dream to launch the 'BUGGY BUNCH' started a great local ministry within the framework of a non-profit business.
This show is a case study on the power of a dream and the kind of impact that can be created when you see a problem that needs solving. You'll also learn that there are situations all around you that are invisible to you, not because you don't care, but because you are not in the middle of the circumstance.
Moms with young kids share a very similar experience. No matter what the socio-economic profile of the Mom, the core essence of having a child, nursing a baby, and having little-to-no uninterrupted sleep create an unbreakable bond between these women.